2022 Legislative Session Breakdown | 2.18.22

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The 2022 Legislative Session ended at noon on Thursday, February 17th. A frantic finish helped push many of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s top priorities over the finish line, including a record budget, substantial teacher raises, and a package of crime bills. Our Line opinion panel of working journalists break down those key issues and the tactics used to get them to the governor’s desk.

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham laid out an aggressive agenda for the 2022 Legislative Session, especially considering it was just a 30-day, budget session. Some of her big-ticket items were seemingly doomed from the start, such as efforts to position New Mexico as a Hyrdrogen energy hub. Others, like the Voting Rights Act, were defeated by a last-minute filibuster. Our Line opinion panelists break it all down and also react to the surprising news that Speaker of the House Brian Egolf will not run for reelection.

Plus, NMiF Host Gene Grant talks with UNM Political Science Professor Timothy Krebs about the recently completed 30-day Legislative Session.

Host:

Gene Grant

Line Opinion Panelists:

Algernon D’Ammassa, reporter, Las Cruces Sun-News

Julia Goldberg, reporter, Santa Fe Reporter

Trip Jennings, executive director, New Mexico in Depth

Guest:

Timothy Krebs, UNM Political Science Professor

For More Information:

Gov. touts session successes as 64 bills pass amid challengesAlbuquerque Journal

What passed, what failed in the 2022 legislative sessionSanta Fe New Mexican

Legislature: Last full day of 2022 session unfolds, reconciled budget clears both chambersLas Cruces Sun-News

Voting bill dies as 30-day session comes to an endAlbuquerque Journal

GOP senator's filibuster kills voting rights billSanta Fe New Mexican

What the failed cannabis clean up bill meansNew Mexico Political Report

NM House speaker won’t seek another termAlbuquerque Journal

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