Governor Bill Richardson has signed into law two domestic violence bills.
One is designed to help domestic violence victims keep their jobs and the other makes it easier to prosecute stalkers, including cyber stalkers.
They take effect July first.
They're part of a package of domestic violence bills the administration has been pushing in the legislative session that ends tomorrow.
One measure requires employers to give leave to workers who are domestic abuse victims so they can meet with police and lawyers and go to court hearings without losing their jobs.
The second broadens the language in the current stalking law.