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A Post Legislative Session Townhall

with Representative Nate Gentry and Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto

When: May 13th at 9am

Where: Del Norte High School Library

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Friday, 05 August 2016 15:33

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Monday, 20 June 2016 16:48

Community Public Safety Meeting on June 25, 2016

Help Keep Your Community Safe

Rep. Nate Gentry will host a public safety town hall and community meting on June 25th at 10 a.m. at the Del Norte High School Library, 5323 Montgomery Blvd. NE in Albuquerque. Local, state, county officials, law enforcement representatives, and neighborhood association heads will be in attendance.

Rep. Gentry will provide an update on public safety legislation passed during the 2016 legislative session. Attendees will be able to ask questions of the panel, and give feedback on still-needed public safety legislation.

As a father of 2 young girls Representative Gentry understands the importance of making sure we are safe in our communities. During the 2016 session, he led the charge to keep our children safe and keep repeat violent offenders behind bars.

Nate will discuss the following 2016 Session Legislation signed by the Governor, which related to community safety:

Jaydon's Law (sponsored by Rep. Gentry)- This law now allows judges access to defendants' violent juvenile criminal histories to make pre-trial release and sentencing decisions.

Consolidated Criminal Database (sponsored by Rep. Gentry/Sen. Ivey-Soto)- Created a criminal database clearinghouse that will provide information from all criminal databases so that law enforcement and judges have the full criminal histories of defendants.

Keeping Guns out of the Hands of Felons and Mentally Ill (sponsored by Rep. Gentry/Sen. Ivey Soto)- Will ensure that courts report information about felons and the mentally ill to the National Instant Check system to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill and felons.

Constitutional Amendment to Keep Violent Repeat Offenders off the Streets (sponsored by Sen. Wirth)- This constitutional amendment will ensure that judges have the authority to keep violent repeat offenders behind bars pending trial.

Closing the Child Pornography Loophole (sponsored by Rep. Sarah Maestas Barnes)- Increased penalties for those individuals convicted of manufacturing, possessing or distributing child pornography.

Increasing DWI Penalties (sponsored by Rep. Sarah Maestas Barnes) - Increased penalties for repeat DWI offenders and those who take a life while driving drunk.

All residents of New Mexico are invited to attend and participate in this meeting.

Monday, 29 February 2016 23:05

Get Involved!

Post-session Town Hall

Saturday, March 5th, 9am - 11am

Savory Fare on Montgomery

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Monday, 11 January 2016 18:26

Get Involved In New Mexico's Future

Pre-session Town Hall

January 16th - 10 am

Savory Fare on Montgomery

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Wednesday, 30 December 2015 21:34

Representative Nate Gentry Pre-Files Legislation to Keep New Mexicans Safer from Violent Repeat Criminals

>Jaydon’s Law” will provide judges with a full picture of defendants’ criminal histories during bonding and sentencing.

Santa Fe, NM – Today, Representative Nate Gentry pre-filed “Jaydon’s Law,” legislation to ensure judges have access to the full criminal histories of violent offenders.

Current law prohibits judges from considering the juvenile record of an adult offender during bond and sentencing decisions. Jaydon’s Law would change the Criminal Procedure Act to allow judges to review an adult defendant’s prior record as a youth offender. It will also give judges access to other information, such as evidence presented during past hearings for youth offenses.

Thursday, 17 December 2015 17:57

Representatives Nate Gentry and Antonio “Moe” Maestas Pre-file Bipartisan Legislation Authorizing County and Municipal Curfews

Bill will allow local governments to impose a curfew on minors less than 16 years of age

Santa Fe, NM - Today, Representatives Nate Gentry and Antonio “Moe” Maestas pre-filed legislation authorizing local governments to impose curfews on minors under the age of 16 after midnight. House Bill 29 would permit cities and counties to enact curfew ordinances to regulate the actions of children at night and during the day on school days.

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