Your Input Sought on New Mexico Regulatory Reform Initiative

Date: December 15, 2021

NFIB members can aid state in drafting clearer rules and possibly help eliminate some

Earlier this year, through an executive order, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham directed the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, in consultation with the Economic Development Department, to conduct a comprehensive review of the state’s rules and regulations to identify opportunities for updates, simplifications, or repeals that will streamline the regulatory system.

The executive order specifically referenced a goal to remove unnecessary burdens to professional licensing to provide a simpler path to entrepreneurship. In addition, these departments will collaborate with local governments to reduce timelines for approving construction-related permits, a commonly reported impediment to expeditious development.

As the state of New Mexico explores ideas, NFIB New Mexico would like to hear from our members on their ideas on how to accomplish regulatory reform in New Mexico. Let us know what ideas you have related to addressing burdensome regulations, and excessive fees and fines.

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