a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
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The New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool ( NMMIP) became operational in 1988 and is financed by premiums and assessments to insurers. High-risk individuals previously rejected by commercial carriers, those having received a rate increase exceeding certain limits based on health status, those who have specific pre-existing conditions, or who have received notice of a rider, waiver, or restrictive provision are eligible to participate. The premium cap is set at 107 percent of the standard risk rate. At the end of June 2005, over 1,500 persons were enrolled in the program.
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Only New Mexico residents may adopt. An unmarried adult may adopt and a married person, whether an adult or minor, may adopt. However, a married person must adopt jointly with his or her spouse unless they are legally separated, the failure of the nonjoining spouse to join is excused by the court, or it is a stepparent adoption.
the state that borders Texas on the northwest; New Mexico is located north of Mexico and west of Oklahoma.
Governor Johnson of New Mexico signed "The Electric Utility Industry Restructuring Act of 1999". In January 2001, the Legislature enacted Senate Bill 266. The bill delayed customer choice for small commercial and residential customers until January 1, 2007 and for remaining customers until July 1, 2007.
The Honorable Miley Gonzalez Director/Secretary New Mexico Department of Agriculture P.O. Box 30005 MSC 3189 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8005 Phone: 505-646-3007 Fax: 505-646-8120 http://www.nmda.nmsu.edu
With the state price-cap system set to expire on March 2006, Valor Telecom has asked the Public Regulation Commission ("PRC") to make changes to the caps. Valor's proposal for a revised system would allow it to set basic service rates anywhere between current rates and a set minimum without prior approval from the PRC. Also in New Mexico, the PRC has set a September 14 hearing on major ILECs' proposals to impose local service surcharges to offset revenue impacts of state-mandated cuts in intrastate access charges. Qwest, for example, has proposed a $1.50 monthly surcharge, while Valor Telecom proposes $2.73. A coalition of rural telephone cooperatives have proposed a uniform $5.00 charge for members. The surcharges would begin April 2006, to coincide with the access charge cuts to interstate levels.
1/1/86 Passenger motor vehicles, pickups, motorcycles, and vans, under 10,000 lbs. GVW, sold and registered in New Mexico, normally used for personal, family or household purposes. 4 repair attempts or 30 business days out of service. Express warranty period or 1 year, whichever occurs first.
The State of New Mexico or Estado de Nuevo MÃ©xico is a southwestern state in the United States of America. Over its relatively long history it has also been occupied by Native American populations and has been part of the Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain, a state of Mexico and a U.S. territory. Among U.S. states, New Mexico has simultaneously the highest percentage of Hispanic Americans (some recent immigrants and others descendants of Spanish colonists) and the second-highest percentage of Native Americans (mostly Navajo and Pueblo peoples).