The Kiki Saavedra Senior Dignity Fund Act, sponsored by House Health and Human Services Chair Debbie Armstrong and a top priority of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, Wednesday received concurrence from the New Mexico House of Representatives after the Senate made a small, technical change to the bill.
The concurrence vote means HB 225 has passed the Legislature and now goes to the governor to be signed into law. Ongoing budget negotiations will determine the amount the fund receives.
“This fund is to innovate and incubate senior programs above and beyond what the Department of Aging
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