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The NMSU Office of Government and Community Relations represents New Mexico State University’s interests and priorities with the state legislature, federal government, and government agencies.


2024 Legislative Session

The 2024 Legislative Session adjourned on Thursday, February 15, 2024. The Governor has until March 6, 2024 to take action on any Legislation that was passed by the state legislature. The Post-Session legislative report reflects the status of the bills that impact NMSU and Higher Education. Items include Funding for NMSU System Instruction & General (I&G), compensation and other NMSU initiatives.  

2024-Post-Session-Report.PNG  2024 Post-Session Report

  2024 Legislative Pocket Card

 

Capture.PNG   2025 Budget Overview & Recommendations

 

2023 Legislative Session

The 2023 Legislative Session adjourned on March 18, 2023. The Governor had until April 7 to act on any legislation that was passed by the state legislature. The Post-Session Legislative Report reflects the status of bills that impact NMSU and higher education.  Items include funding for NMSU system Instruction & General (I&G), compensation, and other NMSU initiatives. 

Click on the link below to read the post-session report of the 2023 legislative session:

 

New-Mexico-Santa-Fe-New-Mexico-State-Capitol-Building.jpg  2023 Post-Legislative Session Report

  

Capture1.PNG  2023 Legislative Priorities