As of June 15, 2019, the State of New Mexico Office of the Superintendent of Insurance removed benefit caps under state-regulated health benefit plans, to comply with House Bill 322, which modified the state's autism insurance mandate. The mandate expands coverage for autism therapies to transition-age youth and adults with autism covered by private, state-regulated health benefit plans; removes age and dollar caps from the state's current autism insurance mandate; and prohibits coverage for included treatments based on an enrollee's age. New Mexico House Bill 322 was signed by Governor Lujan Grisham on April . . .