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Taking a Stand for Our Kids: The Truth Behind the Bad Laws in New Mexico



Video: Better Together New Mexico - https://bettertogethernewmexico.org/not-my-kid/


As concerned citizens, it is our duty to protect the rights of parents, uphold religious freedoms, and ensure the integrity of our elections. Unfortunately, in 2023, the New Mexico Legislature passed six bad bills that have had a detrimental impact on our state, threatening the very fabric of our society.


What makes matters worse is that my opponent, who is running for House District 6, supported all six of these harmful bills. It is time to shed light on the truth and take a stand for our kids' future. Let's delve into the details and understand why these laws are so concerning.


SEE HOW YOUR REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATORS VOTED ON THESE LAWS IN 2023.

BETTER TOGETHER NEW MEXICO - A SUMMARY OF THE BAD LAWS:
  • HB 4, Voting Rights Protections: Closes off election transparency and erodes voter data and election security. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.

  • HB 7, Reproductive and Gender Affirming Healthcare: Removes parental rights to notification of reproductive and transgender health procedures. Establishes fines for any government or healthcare entity who violates that order. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.

  • HB 207, Expanding Human Rights Act: Creates a protected class of citizens. Violates religious freedom for Christians, Muslims, and other religious entities. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.

  • SB 180, Election Changes: Prevents the release of election information to the public. Restricts special elections to mail-in voting. Establishes a permanent absentee voter list. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.

  • SB 13, Reproductive Health Provider Protections: Protects all abortion and transgender treatment providers with an absolute cone of protection, so they can never be sued for malpractice regardless of harm or damages. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.

  • SB 397, School-Based Healthcare Centers: Allows for government healthcare centers in every public school to provide all necessary medical, psychological, dental, and eye care to students without parental notification or awareness. Read our opinion on this bill HERE.




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