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Senate Bill 262, to reform how NM funds public infrastructure, passed Senate Rules Committee 4-2! Next stop Senate Finance!

Also, many thanks to the following for standing up and testifying in support of the bill:

American Institute of Architects
Association of Commerce and Industry
Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
League of Women Voters New Mexico
NAIOP - Commercial Real Estate Development Association
New Mexico Association of Counties
New Mexico Utility Contractors Association
SMART -Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 49
United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local Union 412
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We are disappointed that SB 192, which would repeal the requirement that at least 30% of lottery revenues go to students, has passed the Senate by a vote of 24-17.

Thanks to the 17 senators who spoke out against this risky bill and voted to protect the interests of students: Senators Bill Soules, Linda Lopez, James White, Cisco McSorley, Sander Rue, Daniel Ivey-Soto, Joseph Cervantes, Bill O'Neill, Jeff Steinborn, Greg Baca, Jerry Ortiz y Pino, Michael Padilla, Richard Martinez, Nancy Rodriguez, Bill Tallman, John Pinto, and Peter Wirth.

We will continue to oppose this bill as it moves to the House!
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Frank Louis MoschAt least 30% of the revenues goes to Manny Aragon and the old-school Hispanic Mafia in NM Government.

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Marilynn SzydlowskiHurrah for Bill Tallman!

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We are delighted that SB 262, our bill to reform how New Mexico funds essential public infrastructure, has the support of a broad and diverse coalition including the American Institute of Architects - New Mexico AIA Santa Fe AIA Albuquerque, Associated Builders & Contractors New Mexico Chapter, Associated General Contractors of America - New Mexico, Common Cause New Mexico, Economic Forum of Albuquerque, Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters Central New Mexico, New Mexico Association of Commerce & Industry, New Mexico Building and Construction Trades Council - IBEW Local 611, New Mexico Chamber Executives Association, New Mexico Utility Contractors Association, and the Rio Grande Foundation! ... See MoreSee Less

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Greater Albuquerque Chamber of CommerceWe enjoy working with you all, thank you for the hard work you do.

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