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2019 NMPHA Policy Forum Legislative Proposal Submission Form
2019 NMPHA Legislative Forum
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
Friday, December 6th
Investing in Our Future: Creating a Healthier New Mexico for All
Each year, the New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA) convenes the statewide Health Policy Legislative Forum to bring together organizations and individuals involved and interested in health policy and/or advocating for specific legislative initiatives in the New Mexico Legislature. The Forum provides an opportunity to share potential and proposed legislation, to build alliances and find partners, and to learn more about the legislative process in New Mexico. In addition, workshops on special topics are presented to encourage dialogue and deepen our awareness of current and proposed public health policies.

If your legislative proposal is approved by the NMPHA Policy Forum planning committee, our hope and expectation is that you will present it “in person” in 2-3 minutes at the Forum on December 6th, 2019. This is a chance to practice your “elevator speech” in front of friends and colleagues. The Forum runs from 7:30am-5pm at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town in Albuquerque, with the legislative proposals presented from about 11am-12pm. If you plan to present, please also plan to register for and participate fully in the Forum. There will be available half-day rates, student/low-income rates, and scholarship options.

Each year a booklet is published with the legislative proposals presented during the Health Policy Legislative Forum.

After the Forum, the Policy Committee will determine the level of support we are able to provide for the proposed legislation and make a recommendation to the NMPHA Board for approval.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd
***** GUIDELINES FOR LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS *****

Legislative proposals should be ideas for or actual proposed health policy changes (such as bills, memorials, resolutions, ordinances) or items related to local, county or state appropriations. Proposals that do not meet these guidelines will not be accepted by NMPHA’s Policy Committee. Should you have questions as to whether your proposal meets these guidelines, before submitting this form, please contact Policy Committee Co-Chairs Shelley Mann-Lev and Justin Garoutte (policy@nmpha.org).

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