2019 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 12 - Miscellaneous Public Affairs Matters
Article 5 - Public Holidays
- Section 12-5-1 - [Arbor Day; establishment; observance.]
- Section 12-5-2 - Legal holidays; designation.
- Section 12-5-3 - Legal holidays; Sundays; effect on commercial paper.
- Section 12-5-4 - [August 3rd designated Ernie Pyle Day.]
- Section 12-5-5 - [Onate Day.]
- Section 12-5-6 - American History Month.
- Section 12-5-7 - Bataan Day.
- Section 12-5-8 - Repealed.
- Section 12-5-9 - American Indian day.
- Section 12-5-10 - [Guadalupe-Hidalgo treaty day.]
- Section 12-5-11 - Family day.
- Section 12-5-12 - African-American day.
- Section 12-5-13 - Hispanic culture day.
- Section 12-5-14 - Juneteenth Freedom Day established.
- Section 12-5-15 - Hemophilia Awareness Day.
- Section 12-5-16 - Firefighter Day of Remembrance.
- Section 12-5-17 - New Mexico Youth Day.
- Section 12-5-18 - Bataan-Corregidor heritage month.
- Section 12-5-19 - Rudolfo Anaya I Love to Read Day.
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