New Mexico Statutes Chapter 9. Executive Department

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  • Article 1. Executive Reorganization
  • Article 2A. Children, Youth and Families Department
  • Article 3. Corrections Department
  • Article 4A. Cultural Affairs Department
  • Article 5A. Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
  • Article 5B. Youth Conservation Corps
  • Article 5C. Rio Grande Trail Commission
  • Article 6. Department of Finance and Administration
  • Article 7. Department of Health
  • Article 7A. Department of Environment
  • Article 8. Human Services Department
  • Article 9. Military Affairs
  • Article 11. Taxation and Revenue Department
  • Article 14. Executive Planning
  • Article 15. Economic Development Department
  • Article 15A. Tourism Department Act
  • Article 15C. Intertribal Ceremonial
  • Article 15D. Green Jobs
  • Article 15E. Bioscience Development Act
  • Article 16. Regulation and Licensing Department
  • Article 17. General Services Department
  • Article 19. Public Safety Department
  • Article 21. Indian Affairs Department
  • Article 22. Veterans' Services Department
  • Article 23. Aging and Long-Term Services Department
  • Article 24. Public Education Department and Commission
  • Article 25. Higher Education Department
  • Article 26. Workforce Solutions Department
  • Article 27. Department of Information Technology
  • Article 28. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department

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