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New Mexico FY2023: General Appropriations Act of 2022 

https://nmlegis.gov/Legislation/Legislation?Chamber=H&LegType=B&LegNo=2&year=22

The General Appropriations Act of 2022 is a bill to authorize general expenditures by state agencies.  The following list shows how the Act apportions funding to various departments in the state. 

Legislative:  

• $25,104,500 from general fund 

• $400,000 from other state funds 

• to be appropriated to the legislative council service for allocation to legislative agencies 

Judicial:  

• $340,410,200 from general fund 

• $33,458,600 from other state funds 

• $14,161,300 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $5,606,600 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the administrative office of the courts for allocation to judicial agencies General

Control:  

• $188,553,400 from general fund 

• $1,638,524,500 from other state funds 

• $118,491,400 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $32,366,900 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the department of finance administration for allocation to general control  agencies 

Commerce & Industry:  

• $93,860,800 from general fund 

• $167,176,700 from other state funds 

• $22,694,300 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $924,600 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the department of finance and administration for allocation to commerce  and industry agencies 

Agriculture, Energy, & Natural Resources:  

• $100,796,500 from general fund 

• $90,380,800 from other state funds 

• $13,024,800 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $44,518,100 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to department of finance and administration for allocation to agriculture,  energy, and natural resources agencies 

Health, Hospitals, & Human Services:  

• $2,219,590,000 from general fund 

• $397,710,600 from other state funds 

• $494,018,300 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers

• to be appropriated to the department of finance and administration fro allocation to health,  hospitals, and human services agencies 

Public Safety:  

• $498,756,400 from general fund 

• $115,662,500 from other state funds 

• $22,926,800 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $69,195,000 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the department of finance and administration for allocation to public safety agencies 

Transportation:  

• $605,813,000 from other state funds 

• $8,300,000 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $437,017,700 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the department of finance and administration for allocation to  transportation agencies 

Other Education:  

• $62,227,900 from general fund 

• $24,533,000 from other state funds 

• $6,215,200 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $30,807,400 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the department of finance and administration for allocation to other education agencies 

Higher Education:  

• $1,010,786,900 from general fund 

• $16,843,600 from other state funds 

• $43,093,300 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers 

• $10,492,700 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the higher education department for expenditure or allocation to higher education agencies 

Public School Support:  

• $3,803,954,100 from general fund 

• $7,000,000 from internal service funds/inter-agency transfers

• $486,300,000 from federal funds 

• to be appropriated to the public education department for expenditure or allocation to public school districts and charter schools

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