New Mexico Legal Updates

Compliance Law Updates Recently Announced:

Last Updated: 5/15/2023

To view all legal updates, visit our Resources page and select the Legal Updates tab at the top.

If you're an existing ComplianceHR client, you can access these updates and robust links to learn more about each of these changes through the PolicySmart™ solution.

New Mexico Legal Updates:

May 2023

  • New Mexico Passes Reproductive and Gender-Affirming Health Care Freedom Act
  • New Mexico Amends Human Rights Act to Add Gender and Gender Identity as Protected Characteristics–Includes Updated Policy

April 2023

  • New Mexico Passes Reproductive and Gender-Affirming Health Care Freedom Act

July 2022

  • New Mexico Enacts Statewide Paid Sick and Safe Time Law–Now Includes Sample Policy (effective 07/01/22)
    New Mexico Issues Final Regulations Under Paid Sick and Safe Leave Law–Includes Updated Policy Template (effective 07/01/22)

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