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Constitutional amendments in New Mexico, 1949. by University of New Mexico. Dept. of Political Science.

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Published in Albuquerque .
Written in English


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A summary of ten amendments to the State Constitution proposed in the 1949 session of the New Mexico legislature.

Statement[Jack E. Holmes, ed.]
SeriesIts Publications -- 21., Publication (University of New Mexico. Division of Government Research) -- no. 21.
ContributionsHolmes, Jack Ellsworth.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 23 p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18582048M

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CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO ADOPTED JANUARY 21, PREAMBLE We, the people of New Mexico, grateful to Almighty God for the blessings of lib-erty, in order to secure the advantages of a state government, do ordain and establish this constitution. ARTICLE I Name and Boundaries The name of this state is New Mexico, and its boundaries are as follows. As used in this section, “fund” means the permanent school fund described in Article 12, Section 2 of this constitution and all other permanent funds derived from lands granted or confirmed to the state by the act of congress of June 20, , entitled “An act to enable the people of New Mexico to form a constitution and state government and be admitted into the union on an equal footing with the . New Mexico Courts - Case Lookup ; New Mexico Statutes and Court Rules ; New Mexico Constitution ; New Mexico Statutes and Court Rules ; City and County Law 98; New Mexico Legislation (Bills) - Legislative Branch 99; New Mexico Court Opinions - Judicial Branch 98; City and County Law 44; New Mexico Court Opinions - Judicial Branch Id., It appears officially in 36 Stat. Ratification was completed on February 3, , when the legislature of the thirty-sixth State (Delaware, Wyoming, or New Mexico) approved the amendment, there being then 48 States in the Union.

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