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Public Safety Bills Sponsored By Senator Ivey-Soto

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HB336 (2016) COMPREHENSIVE CRIMINAL RECORDS DATABASE

This bill -- which is now law -- implements federal requirements on the National Instant Background Check Program. It was supported by the Department of Public Safety, the NRA, and New Mexicans Against Gun Violence.


SB331 (2016) BACKGROUND CHECK REPORTING FOR FIREARMS

This bill -- the content of which became law through HB 336 (2016) -- implements federal requirements on the National Instant Background Check Program. It was supported by the Department of Public Safety, the NRA, and New Mexicans Against Gun Violence.


SB345 (2015) REPORTS REGARDING FIREARMS & LICENSES

This bill -- the content of which became law through HB 336 2016) -- implements federal requirements on the National Instant Background Check Program. It was supported by the Department of Public Safety, the NRA, and New Mexicans Against Gun Violence.


HB31 (2015) LINE OF DUTY INJURY ACT

This bill -- the concept of which became law through HB 43 (2016) -- protects police officers and first responders when injured in the line of duty.


HB208 (2015) REMOVAL OF EMERGENCY PLACEMENT CHILDREN

This bill -- the content of which is now law through SB 176 (2106) -- enables CYFD to perform a more thorough background check when placing children with family in an emergency.


SB136 (2014) FIX OUTDATED CHILD ABUSE NMSA REFERENCE

This bill -- which is now law -- updates the child abuse laws to ensure prosecution of those who don't report child abuse.


SB513 (2015) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUFFOCATION & STRANGULATION

This bill would create a new level of crime for strangulation or suffocation of a household member or a child.


SB545 (2015) CONFIDENTIAL SUBSTITUTE ADDRESS ACT

This bill would have created better-defined rules for victims of domestic violence who fear for their lives.


SB613 (2015) CREATE DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE CODE

This bill would have recompiled all the DWI statutes into a single DWI Code, including license revocation and implied consent.


HB599 (2013) SUBSTANCE ABUSE & CRIME PREVENTION ACT

This bill would have focused on treatment for addicts who commit crimes associated with their addiction. In other states this has resulted in a reduction in recidivism and significant long-term cost savings.


SB641 (2013) OVERDOSE PREVENTION & PAIN MANAGEMENT

This bill -- and the companion bill HB 624 (2013) -- sought better to implement the inter-disciplinary work of overdose prevention.


SB174 (2016) DRIVER'S LICENSE ISSUANCE & FEDERAL REAL ID

This bill -- the concept of which was passed in HB 99 (2016) -- makes New Mexico REAL ID compliant and protects New Mexican's ability to travel.


SB314 (2015) NO PRISONERS WITH SOME COMMUNICATION DEVICES

This bill would have clarified the level of crime of bringing an illegal communication device into a prison.


HB338 (2014) PUBLIC DEFENDER DEPT. PERSONNEL POLICIES

This bill -- which is now law -- implements part of the independent public defender commission by placing in law their personnel rules.


HB50 (2014) BAIL BONDSMAN QUALIFICATIONS & LICENSURE

This bill -- which is now law -- modernizes and updates the process of bail bond licensure. It was supported by the Superintendent of Insurance and the Bail Bond Association.



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