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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.
The Law Library actively collects, preserves, indexes, and makes available for research copies of historic statutes and legislative materials including those from the New Mexico territorial and statehood eras.
Statutes and Bills
New Mexico Session Laws [HeinOnline]
New Mexico session laws, 1846-2016; searchable by keyword and year.
New Mexico OneSource of Law
Officially published versions of the New Mexico Statutes Annotated back to 1989, state session laws back to 1993, the New Mexico Constitution, and selected territorial laws and treaties including the Kearney Code, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, etc.
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