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New Mexico Legal Research Guide: Legislative Statutes


Bills are proposed laws.

Codified laws are a topical arrangement of the laws currently in force. The New Mexico Statutes Annotated is the official codification of New Mexico's laws.

Session Laws are a collection of the laws passed in a particular legislative session, in the order they were passed.

Statutes are laws enacted by legislative bodies.


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