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A renewed effort to ban trapping on public land in New Mexico moved through the House of Representatives by a close vote of 35-34 and is now on its way to the governor's desk for a signature.

In addition to outlawing the use of traps, Senate Bill 32 prohibits the use of snares and wildlife poison on public land.

Days remaining in session: 58 Video on demand: The New Mexico House of Representatives and Senate for years have webcast their proceedings live online. But the lawmaking bodies have not archived the videos, meaning viewers have not been able to …

Days remaining in session: 53 Kiss of death Usually it's considered the kiss of death for a bill to receive three committee referrals. Rep. Bill McCamley's bill to legalize marijuana in New Mexico, (House Bill 160, which was introduced Monday) …