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HB1480 Relative to the membership of the board of trustees of a chartered public school. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1819 Relative to administration of the education tax credit. Taxes - State Senate - Ways and Means SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB393 (Second New Title) establishing a committee to study child care in New Hampshire, relative to tuition waivers for children in state foster care or guardianship, relative to penalties for violations related to obtaining public assistance, relative to designated receiving facilities, relative to the membership of the commission to study the environmental and health effects of evolving 5G technology, and relative to the moratorium on health facility licensure. Children Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB508 (Second New Title) relative to direct primary care. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB511 Relative to vaping. Public Health Senate - Commerce PASSED
HB1593 Authorizing a school district meeting to adopt an article authorizing the trustees of the trust fund to charge certain expenses against capital reserve funds. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1493 Relative to the statewide assessment system of performance in schools. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB587 Relative to organ donation on a driver's license. Motor Vehicles Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB180 Requiring postsecondary education institutions to compile and submit reports on remedial education courses. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB127 (New Title) relative to the board of medicine and the medical review subcommittee and relative to health care workforce survey data. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB1354 (New Title) relative to the speaker of the house of representatives and senate president as members of the university system board of trustees. Education - Higher Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1598 Relative to the vote to withdraw from a cooperative school district. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB696 Establishing a protective order for vulnerable adults. Public Health Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB155 Relative to funding for kindergarten programs. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB437 Establishing a commission to study parental alienation. Domestic Relations Senate - Judiciary SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB207 Prohibiting the implementation of common core in public elementary and secondary schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB631 Establishing a deaf child's bill of rights and an advisory council on the education of deaf children. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development PASSED
HB692 Relative to dental care for Medicaid recipients. Public Health Senate - Finance PASSED
HB1594 Relative to the disposition of property upon withdrawal from cooperative school districts. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB237 Establishing the New Hampshire rare disease advisory council. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB410 (Second New Title) allowing all state agencies and political subdivisions to have access to enhanced 911 information. Police Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB1674 Relative to computer science and digital skills required for an adequate education. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1497 Relative to accountability for school performance. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB310 Relative to the membership of the wellness and primary prevention council. Occupational Regulation Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1612 Relative to data security in schools. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB239 (New Title) relative to requirements for supervision for licensure of certain mental health and drug counselors. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB113 Relative to qualifications for and exceptions from licensure for mental health practice. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB369 Relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB446 Relative to initiating amendments and corrections to birth records. State Government Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB1494 Relative to the definition of academic standards. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1495 Relative to standards for determining an adequate education. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1496 (New Title) relative to requirements for performance based accountability for an adequate education and relative to reporting requirements for the civics competency assessment. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB350 (New Title) relative to licensed health care providers authorized to certify that criteria has been met for the use of therapeutic cannabis. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1370 Relative to a school's emergency management plan. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1499 Relative to the focus and components of New Hampshire kindergartens. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1761 (Second New Title) relative to the math learning communities program in secondary schools. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HR12 Memorializing State Representative Ronald Belanger of Salem. HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB1636 (Third New Title) establishing a committee to study teacher preparation and education programs, relative to chartered public school use of unused school district facilities, and establishing education freedom savings accounts for students. Education - Higher Senate - Education SENATE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB351 Relative to exemptions from property attachments. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB293 Relative to employee credit privacy. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce VETOED BY GOVERNOR
HB1744 Authorizing a parent to exempt his or her child from participating in the statewide assessment program. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HR11 Memorializing State Representative William Polewarczyk of Chester. HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB1551 Relative to the retention of records of individualized education programs. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB396 Relative to student assessment data privacy. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB609 (New Title) establishing a student career and college investment program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - General House - Finance HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB641 Relative to high school students participating in New Hampshire's dual and concurrent enrollment program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - Higher House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB122 Relative to withdrawal from a cooperative school district. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1552 Requiring school districts to submit an annual report concerning gifted students. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB129 Repealing the education tax credit. Taxes - State House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB364 (New Title) permitting qualifying patients and designated caregivers to cultivate cannabis for therapeutic use and permitting qualifying patients and designated caregivers to donate excess cannabis to other qualifying patients. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB608 Expanding the law against discrimination based on gender identity to other areas of the law prohibiting discrimination. Discrimination Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HR13 Memorializing State Representative Donald Flanders of Laconia. HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB1228 Removing the limitation on a chartered public school incurring long term debt. Education - General Senate - Education PASSED
HB1698 Relative to the cost of special education services for foster children. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1258 Relative to the advanced manufacturing education advisory council. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB353 Establishing a committee to study whether non-attorney legal professionals could be licensed to engage in the limited practice of law in the family division of the circuit court while under the supervision of a licensed attorney. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB552 Relative to transparency and standards for acquisition transactions in health care. Public Health Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB540 Relative to the issuance of bonds by the county for redevelopment districts in unincorporated places. Counties Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1369 Limiting educational assessments to academic skills and knowledge. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB525 Relative to stabilization grants for education. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB647 Establishing education freedom savings accounts for children with disabilities. Education - General House - Finance HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB597 Relative to calculating the cost of an opportunity for an adequate education and providing fiscal capacity disparity aid. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1263 Relative to educational evaluation of home schooled children. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB155 Relative to funding for kindergarten programs. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1766 (New Title) requiring the department of environmental services to report to the general court regarding bedrock testing and perfluorochemical contamination in the Seacoast area and at other landfills and hazardous waste sites. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1572 Relative to alternative transportation of students for public school activities. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1272 Relative to the powers of local boards of education. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB291 (New Title) removing veterinarians from the requirements of adopting rules for prescribing opioids and querying the controlled drug prescription health and safety program. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB557 Relative to school attendance in towns with no public schools. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB291 (New Title) establishing a committee to study certain findings regarding hospice and palliative care. Public Health Senate - Judiciary SENATE: NO ACTION
HB1415 (New Title) establishing a death benefit for a school employee killed in the line of duty and making an appropriation to the public school infrastructure fund. State Government Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1637 Requiring school districts to establish policies relating to suspensions and expulsions. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
HB1356 (Second New Title) relative to data sharing between the department of environmental services and the department of health and human services; making an appropriation to the department of business and economic affairs for relocation costs; and relative to the exemption for recreational vehicles from property taxation. State Government Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB561 (Second New Title) relative to part-time employment of a retirement system retiree by a participating employer. Retirement Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB122 (New Title) allowing for gifts, grants, and donations to legislative employees or officers for expenses associated with state and national legislative association events. Legislature Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB1694 Requiring a civics examination as a high school graduation requirement. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1254 (Second New Title) establishing a committee to study the procedures for adoption of national codes by the state of New Hampshire; establishing a moratorium on the adoption of changes to the state building code and state fire code; and repealing the joint legislative oversight committee on the emergency management system. Business and Industry Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB154 (New Title) prohibiting non-disparagement clauses in settlement agreements involving a governmental unit. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB295 (New Title) establishing a special marriage officiant license and relative to the assignment of temporary justices to the supreme court. Domestic Relations Senate - Judiciary SENATE: CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
HB1353 Establishing a commission to study equal access and opportunity for students with disabilities to participate in athletics. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1528 Prohibiting discrimination in the university and community college systems. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1253 Relative to membership of the cooperative school district budget committees. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB396 Relative to delay or denial of records under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB478 Prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. Discrimination House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB610 Implementing needle exchange programs in New Hampshire. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1333 Relative to the criteria for teachers in charter schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB223 Relative to night work. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB618 Relative to the definition of contracts relative to official ballot default budgets. Municipalities Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB1311 Prohibiting schools from prohibiting the wearing or display of the American flag. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB275 Prohibiting the inclusion of statewide assessment results in a student's transcript without consent. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB391 Relative to checklists in other districts. Elections Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB406 Relative to reporting and investigation of serious injuries and death in the workplace. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB211 Relative to inquiries by prospective employers concerning salary history. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce VETOED BY GOVERNOR
HB101 Relative to certification for solid waste operators. Environ:Land Use/Open Space Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
SB35 (Second New Title) relative to the guidelines of the legislative ethics committee. State Government House - Legislative Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB285 Relative to filing and approval of rates and rating plans applicable to workers' compensation. Workers' Compensation Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB141 Relative to carrying a pistol or revolver while hunting with a muzzleloader. Fish & Game House - Fish and Game and Marine Resources HOUSE: IN COMMITTEE
HB151 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the feasibility of using hemp in agricultural and industrial processes and to further study the licensing, registration, and permitting of industrial hemp growers. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB252 Establishing a committee to study certain labor statutes. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB289 Allowing humane societies to place tourist oriented directional signs on the side of the road. Highways House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB215 Requiring the legislative body to approve the appointment of town managers and prohibiting town managers from hiring contractors to perform the duties of town managers. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB430 Requiring school boards to establish conflict of interest policies. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1349 Relative to biological products and diagnostic reagents for animal use. Agriculture Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB631 Establishing a cash balance pension plan for new hires and non-vested employees. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1469 Relative to the dissolution of cooperative school districts. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB339 Relative to reimbursement of transportation costs for students attending a career and technical education center. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB92 Revising the definition of the state building code and ratifying changes to the state building code adopted by the state building code review board. Property - Real House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB494 Relative to eligibility for a chartered public school charter. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1309 Relative to transferring dogs, cats, and ferrets by animal shelter facilities. Animals Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB457 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the making, preservation, and Internet availability of audio and video recordings of proceedings of committees of the house of representatives. Legislature Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1233 Preempting local regulation of seeds and fertilizer. Agriculture Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB468 Relative to licensure of mental health practitioners from other states. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB488 Requiring interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing at the state house campus. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB594 Establishing a registry for persons convicted of animal cruelty. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1446 Relative to childhood cancer awareness month. Public Health Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB214 Repealing an obsolete provision for legislative mileage for attaches from Concord. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1565 (Second New Title) requiring the secure psychiatric unit to be accredited as a behavioral health facility. Mental Health Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1474 Designating the New Hampshire Red as the official state poultry. Animals Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1530 Requiring criminal history records checks for applicants for allied health professional licensure or certification. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1665 Relative to the authority of the governing boards of allied health professionals. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB419 Relative to the position of house clerk. Legislature Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1664 Relative to terms of appointment of members of governing boards for allied health professionals. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1817 (Ninth New Title) establishing the position of state demographer and a commission on demographic trends; requiring state agencies to prepare 10-year current services cost projections; relative to the inclusion of a demographic analysis as part of the legislative fiscal note process; relative to salary increases for state employees and making appropriations therefor; making an appropriation for red list bridge projects; making an appropriation to the revenue stabilization account; making an appropriation for recovery friendly workplaces; relative to kindergarten funding; relative to transitional housing; relative to the state loan repayment program; relative to disproportionate share hospital payments and making an appropriation therefor; and relative to the uncompensated care and Medicaid fund. State Government Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB572 Extending the suspension of prior authorization requirements for a community mental health program on drugs used to treat mental illness. Public Health House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB415 Relative to the official ballot referendum form of town meetings. Municipalities Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB539 (Second New Title) establishing a committee to study the implementation of Accessible Ballots. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs PASSED
HB1472 Relative to the state building code provisions for energy conservation in new building construction. Property - Real Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB490 (New Title) establishing a commission to study the role of clinical diagnosis and the limitations of serological diagnostic tests in determining the presence or absence of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases and available treatment protocols, and appropriate methods for educating physicians and the public about the inconclusive nature of prevailing test methods and available treatment alternatives. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SENATE: REREFERRED
HB523 Relative to integrated pest management for school grounds. Agriculture House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB157 Adding chronic pain to qualifying conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB103 Establishing the office of right-to-know ombudsman. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB423 Relative to budget committee membership. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1604 Renaming Columbus Day as "Indigenous People's Day." Memorials House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1599 Relative to the governor's commission on disability. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1560 Prohibiting Medicaid from paying for sex reassignment drug or hormone therapy or surgery. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB468 (New Title) relative to the inclusion of attendance stipends and certain additional pay for instructional activities as earnable compensation in the retirement system. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB1600 Relative to objections to proposed rules by the joint legislative committee on administrative rules. Legislature House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB471 Relative to induced termination of pregnancy statistics. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1427 (New Title) relative to the reduction in the calculation of state retirement system annuities at age 65. Retirement Senate - Finance SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB589 Relative to signs for New Hampshire liquor and wine manufacturers. Liquor and Beer Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1449 Making hormonal contraceptives available directly from pharmacists by means of a standing order. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: IN COMMITTEE
HB472 Permitting qualifying patients to cultivate cannabis for their own therapeutic use. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB1684 Relative to criminal background checks for emergency medical services license applicants. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB509 Relative to a graduate physician pilot program. Occupational Regulation House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB344 Relative to gifts, honorariums, and expense reimbursements of county elected officials. Counties House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1482 Relative to testing of state law enforcement officers for steroid use. Police House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB143 Relative to incompatibility of offices. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB128 (New Title) establishing a committee to study veterans property tax credits and exemptions. Taxes - Local Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1606 Relative to naturopathic health care practice. Occupational Regulation Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1638 (New Title) declaring April 28, 2018 as tabletop gaming day in New Hampshire. Gambling Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB370 Relative to membership on city and town planning boards. Zoning and Planning Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB272 Relative to temporary workers. Employment - Public Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1738 Transferring the division of film and digital media to the division of travel and tourism in the department of business and economic affairs. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1102 (New Title) enabling the department of health and human services to contract with certain certified physicians. Public Health Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB210 Relative to civil actions against public officials in cities or towns. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB663 Relative to the definition of agriculture and existing agricultural uses. Agriculture Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB1468 (New Title) establishing a commission to study legislative oversight activities related to the department of health and human services and relative to the nursing home bed moratorium. Public Health Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB591 Amending the laws governing OHRVs and snowmobiles. Fish & Game Senate - Transportation PASSED
HB1622 Relative to organization of the department of information technology. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1623 Relative to criteria for debarment of vendors. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB409 Relative to the maximum optional fee for transportation improvements charged by municipalities when collecting motor vehicle registration fees. Transportation Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs VETOED BY GOVERNOR
HB296 Relative to animal waste cleanup in state forests and state parks. Parks and Recreation House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1703 Relative to the requirements for directors of licensed practical nurse education programs. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1755 Establishing an office of the inspector general. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1807 Relative to exploitation of elderly, disabled, or impaired adults and establishing a protective order for vulnerable adults. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1589 Relative to actions against tenants for a caregiver under an agreement for a person with disabilities. Property - Real Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1717 Requiring a jury trial before the municipality transfers certain property. Municipalities House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1327 Relative to apprentice electricians. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB259 Relative to building code violations. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB207 Prohibiting the implementation of common core in public elementary and secondary schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB373 Allowing counties to establish drug and alcohol use prevention and treatment programs. Counties House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB443 Relative to municipal watering restrictions. Municipalities Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs PASSED
HB25 Making appropriations for capital improvements. Agency Appropriations Senate - Capital Budget SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1805 (New Title) establishing a committee to study level dollar amortization of retirement system unfunded accrued liability and relative to the retirement system board of trustees. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1823 Relative to layered amortization of retirement system liabilities. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1319 Prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. Discrimination Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB525 Relative to stabilization grants for education. Education - General House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB312 (New Title) establishing a committee to study tiny houses. Zoning and Planning Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB601 Relative to referral to the Sununu Youth Service Center of youths administered Narcan by a first responder for a heroin overdose. Children House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB477 Relative to free speech on campuses in the university system and the community college system. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB281 Relative to the jurisdiction of the board of claims. Counties House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB210 Relative to a code of ethics for certified educational personnel. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB252 Relative to pro se litigants under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1571 Authorizing an alternative recovery monitoring program for nurses licensed by the board of nursing. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB653 Relative to health care premium contributions for Medicare eligible state retirees. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB245 Relative to the planning board's procedures on plats. Zoning and Planning Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB596 Relative to review hearings in involuntary admission cases. Mental Health House - Judiciary HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB382 Relative to private practice by the Carroll county attorney. Counties Senate - Judiciary LAW WITHOUT SIGNATURE
HB1545 Relative to the statewide interoperability executive committee. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1441 Establishing the office of the ombudsman in the department of state. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1247 Relative to administering oaths to certain state officers. State Officers Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB301 Relative to funeral and burial or cremation expenses for assisted persons. Public Health Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1238 (New Title) relative to animal cruelty involving an equine colt. Animals Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1401 Relative to the New Hampshire accountancy act. Occupational Regulation Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB131 (Second New Title) establishing a commission on mental health education and behavioral health and wellness programs and conferring degree granting authority to Signum university. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development PASSED
SB362 Requiring disclosure of federal income tax returns by presidential and vice-presidential candidates. Elections Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB216 (New Title) relative to educational assignments for pupils who have been suspended. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB103 Relative to school district policies regarding objectionable course material. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB298 (Second New Title) relative to the mechanical licensing board. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
CACR8 Relating to the right to govern. Providing that the people of the state may enact local laws that protect health. CACR House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB181 Relative to the house and senate members of the university system board of trustees. Education - Higher Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB171 (New Title) establishing a commission to study equal access and opportunity for students with disabilities to participate in cocurricular activities. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB305 Clarifying lessee liability for month-to-month leases. Property - Real Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB146 Relative to the counting of defective ballots. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB641 Allowing municipalities to collect an occupancy fee from operators of local room rentals. Taxes - Local Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB628 Relative to a family and medical leave insurance program. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB438 Eliminating the automatic union dues payment for state employees. Employment - Public House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1407 Repealing the prohibition on the use of milk containers. Agriculture Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1320 Establishing a committee to study crop theft. Agriculture House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB366 Relative to the calculation of average final compensation under the retirement system for certain members. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB650 Relative to procedures of the board of psychologists. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1603 Relative to employee representation on the independent investment committee in the New Hampshire retirement system. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB271 (New Title) relative to apprentice electricians and third party electrical inspections. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB694 Establishing a take-back program for illegal controlled drugs. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1403 Relative to members of the state board of education. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB136 Increasing the maximum period for the zoning board of adjustment to hold a public hearing. Zoning and Planning Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB572 Proclaiming the second Saturday in June as Pollyanna of Littleton New Hampshire Recognition Day. Memorials Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB649 Making emergency medical technicians and rescue squad members eligible for a death benefit if killed in the line of duty. Police Senate - Finance SENATE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB346 Relative to noncompete agreements. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB570 Establishing a commission to study career pathways from full-time service year programs to postsecondary education and employment opportunities in support of New Hampshire's future workforce needs. Education - Higher Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB166 Relative to assessments administered to pupils in grades 3 through 8. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB543 Relative to part-time employment by a retiree for a retirement system employer. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB216 Relative to the mileage reimbursement rate for legislators and prohibiting deductions from compensation or mileage reimbursement of representatives. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB393 Relative to the Winnipesaukee river basin control program reserve account. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB582 Relative to public bathing facilities. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB245 Relative to identification of the source of legislative bill proposals. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB509 Requiring the university system to disclose annual expenditures in its operating budget. Education - Higher House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1553 Relative to removal of trees from state property. Environ:Land Use/Open Space House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB311 Regulating sober living facilities. Property - Real House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1434 Relative to the New Hampshire council on developmental disabilities. Mental Health House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB525 Relative to the compensation of members of the general court. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB448 Making technical corrections in the department of education. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1281 Establishing an executive order registry. State Government Senate - Rules and Enrolled Bills SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB85 (New Title) relative to installation requirements for arc-fault circuit interrupters. Property - Real Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB287 Relative to nepotism in state employment. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB293 Relative to the requirements for filing a chartered public school application. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB222 Relative to the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1439 Relative to requirements for private schools that contract with school districts. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1315 Prohibiting the university system funds from being spent to oppose the formation of unions and collective bargaining units. Education - Higher Senate - Finance SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB331 Relative to the duties of a veterinarian. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB559 Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB335 Relative to therapeutic cannabis dispensary locations. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1335 Relative to the cybersecurity software used by the state of New Hampshire. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB729 Establishing a citizen's right-to-know appeals commission and a right-to-know law ombudsman and making an appropriation therefor. Right to Know House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB123 Relative to emergency response plans in schools. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1443 Relative to a jury's determination as to the applicability of a law. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB221 Renaming Columbus Day as Indigenous People's Day. Memorials House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB619 Relative to medical services for prisoners. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB296 Allowing counties to authorize and fund forensic audits. Counties Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: CONSENT CALENDAR REPORT FILED
HB730 Relative to funding for the CART program. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB587 Relative to conversion therapy seeking to change a person's sexual orientation. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB638 Repealing the New Hampshire health protection program. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB395 Relative to state board of education rulemaking authority over home education programs. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1421 (New Title) relative to the regulation of event tents. Business and Industry Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB288 Relative to notice of county convention meetings. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1255 Relative to the state fire code. Business and Industry House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1310 Establishing a committee to study all non-regulatory boards and commissions. Legislature Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB500 Naming the Warner roundabout in memory of Barbara Annis. Memorials Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB656 Relative to the legalization and regulation of marijuana. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB262 (New Title) declaring the common blackberry to be the berry of the biennium. State Institutions Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB243 (Second New Title) relative to membership of the Pease development authority board of directors. Municipalities Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB254 Relative to membership on the assessing standards board. Taxes - State House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB493 Relative to adoption of cooperative school district budget. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1816 Relative to Medicaid managed care. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB405 (Second New Title) relative to the duties of the decennial retirement commission, and relative to the function and organization of the department of administrative services risk management unit and division of personnel. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB615 Relative to the regulation of pharmacies and pharmacists. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB540 (New Title) repealing the voluntary greenhouse gas emissions reductions registry. Agency Appropriations Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB538 (New Title) requiring occupational regulatory boards and commissions to post reciprocity information. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: DIED ON THE TABLE
SB130 (New Title) establishing positions in the department of justice and the department of safety to work in the cold case homicide unit. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Finance SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1785 Changing "hearing impaired" to "deaf" or "hard of hearing" in the New Hampshire laws. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB620 (Second New Title) relative to compliance with state and federal education mandates and relative to school accreditation for the 2017-2018 school year. Education - General Senate - Committee Of Conference SENATE: CONFERENCE REPORT FAILED
HB92 Revising the definition of the state building code and ratifying changes to the state building code adopted by the state building code review board. Property - Real House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HR9 House Resolution HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HJR3 Making temporary appropriations for the expenses and encumbrances of the state of New Hampshire. State Government SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB125 Relative to chartered public school boards of trustees. Education - General House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB471 Relative to induced termination of pregnancy statistics. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB636 (New Title) establishing a department of military and veterans services. Claims, Military & Vets House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB168 Relative to the definition of the New Hampshire fire code. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR4 Relating to right to govern. Providing that the people of the state may enact local laws that protect health, safety, and welfare. CACR House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB579 Relative to registration of semi-trailers. Motor Vehicles House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB189 Establishing an exemption from criminal penalties for child sex trafficking victims. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB440 Relative to prohibited political contributions. Elections Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB652 Relative to suicide prevention. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1822 Making hormonal contraceptives available directly from pharmacists by means of a standing order. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1492 Relative to a course of action when a child's attendance at a school has resulted in a manifest educational hardship. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB341 Repealing the provisions for tax exemption for certain chartered public school facilities. Taxes - Local House - Education HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB505 Establishing an independent commission as an additional authorizing entity for chartered public schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB447 Relative to school calendar days. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SENATE: REREFERRED
HB489 Relative to changing a pupil's school or assignment because of a manifest educational hardship. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1675 Relative to state house Internet service and relative to calendars and journals of the house and senate. Legislature Senate - Rules and Enrolled Bills SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB544 Relative to the governance of the Manchester school district. Education - General Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB301 Relative to the regulation of electric grills. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB307 Relative to parking at state liquor stores. Liquor and Beer House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB177 Relative to the calculation of stabilization grants. Education - General House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB208 Establishing a commission to study current mental health procedures for involuntary commitment. Mental Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB434 Relative to removal of a town clerk. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB361 Relative to the authority of the commissioner of the department of health and human services relative to certain vaccine requirements. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB503 Prohibiting state employees from providing accounting services on behalf of a third party. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB511 (New Title) establishing a commission to study environmentally-triggered chronic illness. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB264 (New Title) establishing a commission to study allowing pharmacists to prescribe or make available via protocol oral contraceptives and certain related medications. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB197 Adding myelitis disorder or disease to the definition of "qualifying medical condition" for the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB125 Allowing county officers to be chosen by secret ballot, and exempting secret ballots from the right-to-know law. Counties House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB175 Relative to the requirements for school building aid grants. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development PASSED
HB1577 Relative to the administration of anesthesia by dentists. Occupational Regulation Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1627 Prohibiting the transmission of images or sounds of another person who is on private property or to conduct surveillance activity. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1574 Requiring health care providers to provide an opioid disclosure form to patients for whom an opioid is prescribed. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1787 Relative to the rights of conscience for medical professionals. Public Health House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB252 Relative to pro se litigants under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB651 Relative to wrongful voting and penalties for voter fraud. Elections House - Election Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB382 Prohibiting electronic warrants. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1498 Relative to alternate certification pathways for career and technical education instructors. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB556 (New Title) requiring schools to post the state telephone numbers to report child abuse and relative to criminal history records checks of school employees and volunteers. Education - General Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1680 Relative to abortions after viability. Public Health House - Judiciary HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB441 Relative to confidentiality in applying for public sector jobs. Employment - Public House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB305 Clarifying lessee liability for month-to-month leases. Property - Real Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB688 Relative to transfer and inspection of animals. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB625 Relative to an aquatic invasive species decal for boats. Environment - Waters Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1100 (Second New Title) establishing a commission to review and evaluate workforce and job training in New Hampshire. Employment - Public Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB407 Requiring workers' compensation to cover prophylactic treatment for exposure. Workers' Compensation Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB304 (New Title) relative to implementation of academic standards by a local school board and relative to review of academic standards under consideration by the state board of education. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB258 (New Title) establishing a commission to study teacher preparation and education programs. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development PASSED
HB399 Relative to annulment of arrests or convictions for possession of a certain quantity of marijuana. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB306 Prohibiting the destruction of sexual assault evidence collection kits. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
CACR12 Relating to the election of judges. Providing that judges be elected for specific terms. CACR House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1788 Relative to costs charged under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1806 Relative to notification procedures of the New Hampshire health protection program. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1695 Relative to payment for child care services by the department of health and human services. Children House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB512 Establishing a commission to develop a memorandum of understanding between the department of transportation and the department of resources and economic development for staffing, operating, and maintaining the state's rest areas and welcome centers. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB426 Relative to hazardous duty pay for certain department of transportation employees. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB641 Relative to high school students participating in New Hampshire's dual and concurrent enrollment program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - Higher House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1672 Prohibiting release of certain information relative to users of therapeutic cannabis to federal agencies. Public Health Senate - Judiciary SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1347 Relative to information to be included in the minutes under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1201 Relative to an employee's earned but unused vacation time. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB464 (New Title) relative to the definitions of solar energy systems and wind-powered energy systems for assessed value of real estate exemptions and enabling municipalities to adopt a property tax exemption for electric energy storage systems. Energy Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB347 Making an appropriation for rural bus service. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1532 Prohibiting gender reassignment surgery for minors. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB596 Relative to review hearings in involuntary admission cases. Mental Health House - Finance HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB173 Relative to regulations restricting the use of water for outdoor usage. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: CONSENT CALENDAR REPORT FILED
HB486 Relative to the protection of wetlands. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB485 Relative to standards for emerging contaminants in drinking water. Environment - Waters House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1284 Relative to the reports required by the incapacitated and vulnerable adult fatality review committee. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1789 Relative to costs of requests which are in electronic format under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB614 Relative to forfeiture of personal property. Police Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB261 Requiring the commissioner of the department of environmental services to revise rules relative to arsenic contamination in drinking water. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB260 Relative to allodial title and violations of the oath of office. State Government House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1481 Relative to intervention in administrative law cases and matters before the public utilities commission by members of the general court. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB482 Relative to the revenue stabilization reserve account. Agency Appropriations House - Ways and Means HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1274 Establishing a committee to study the needs of certain handicapped and disabled persons. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB206 Eliminating timber taxes for certain properties. Taxes - State House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1506 (Second New Title) relative to the commission on primary care workforce issues. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1769 Relative to maintenance of certification by physicians or applicants for a license to practice medicine in New Hampshire. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB578 Relative to banning abortion after viability. Public Health House - Judiciary HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB592 Repealing the regional greenhouse gas initiative. Environment - Resources House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB268 Establishing a committee to study the consequences of tobacco use by minors in New Hampshire. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB326 Relative to the definition of prime wetland. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB400 (Fifth New Title) requiring the department of health and human services to develop a 10-year plan for mental health services, relative to due process rights of persons subject to involuntary emergency admissions, relative to the Philbrook center, relative to reports of abuse and neglect, and relative to the commission to study grandfamilies in New Hampshire, and extending the commission to review child abuse fatalities. Mental Health Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HJR2 Making an appropriation for restitution to Joseph Haas as a result of failure of the clerk of the supreme court to process a notice of errors. Courts and Procedure House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB334 (New Title) relative to exemptions from licensure by the board of medical imaging and radiation therapy. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB638 Requiring health care providers to provide an opioid disclosure form to patients for whom an opioid is prescribed. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB538 Increasing the road toll and providing funding for state road and bridge projects. Taxes - State House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1503 Authorizing minors 16 years of age or older to independently consent to medical procedures. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1625 Relative to digital foot scanning at hospitals. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB521 Revising the alimony statute. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1471 (New Title) relative to telemedicine and establishing a committee to study health care reimbursement for telemedicine and telehealth. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1748 Relative to status for part-time retired judges. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1206 Relative to bonds for civil officers. Courts and Procedure House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1375 Repealing the prohibition on inhaling toxic vapors for effect. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB337 Relative to municipal regulations of small wind energy systems. Zoning and Planning Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB226 Relative to the renomination of teachers. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development PASSED
HB401 Relative to the implementation of the recommendations of grid modernization. Utilities House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
CACR15 Relating to legal actions. Providing that taxpayers have standing to bring actions against the government. CACR Senate - Rules and Enrolled Bills PASSED
HB529 Prohibiting a school district employee from assisting a person convicted of sexual misconduct with a minor child. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1323 Relative to employment of chief executive officers under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1438 Relative to residential leases including provisions prohibiting tenants from possessing firearms, explosives, or ammunition within the premises. Property - Real House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB241 Relative to the homestead exemption. Banking and Finance House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1617 Relative to definitions regarding immunization requirements. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1373 Relative to an individual's property right in his or her DNA. Public Health Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB459 (Second New Title) defining hemp, relative to its growth and use in New Hampshire, establishing a committee to study the federal guidelines on growing hemp, and relative to costs of care for animals seized in animal cruelty cases and prohibiting the future ownership of animals in certain animal cruelty cases. Agriculture Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB317 Prohibiting the public utilities commission from increasing the system benefits charge without legislative approval. Utilities House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB674 Relative to the impoundment of motor vehicles. Motor Vehicles House - Transportation HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR16 (New Title) Relating to privacy. Providing that an individual's right to live free of governmental intrusion is natural, essential, and inherent. CACR Senate - Rules and Enrolled Bills PASSED
HB610 Relative to treatment alternatives to opioids. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB682 Establishing a water resources fund in the department of environmental services and charging certain application and permit fees. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB428 Relative to pedestrian control signals. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB114 Relative to minimum electric renewable portfolio standards. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB141 Relative to electric renewable energy classes. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB111 Relative to recovery of stranded costs on certain purchased power agreements. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB290 Relative to rabies vaccination protocols for companion animals. Animals Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB109 Exempting certain building plans from the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB733 Relative to emergency kits in classrooms. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1208 Relative to the wording for oath of office for public office. State Officers House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB617 (New Title) relative to penalties for violations of planning and zoning laws. Courts and Procedure Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HCR2 Requesting an investigation on whether opioids, benzodiazepines, and exposure to agent orange contribute to suicides by veterans. Claims, Military & Vets House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB397 Relative to drivers' licenses for New Hampshire residents who do not possess a social security card. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SENATE: REREFERRED
HB523 Relative to limitations on the use of biometric information. Business and Industry House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB605 Establishing a scholarship for students pursuing careers in the service of children and the elderly. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB412 Relative to the pre-engineering technology curriculum. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB221 Relative to the national guard scholarship fund and the New Hampshire national guard education assistance act. Claims, Military & Vets Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HR7 Condemning the use of government shutdowns. State Government House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB556 Allowing municipalities to process absentee ballots prior to election day. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REREFERRED
HB435 Relative to funding of the national guard scholarship fund. Claims, Military & Vets House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1295 Relative to persons held in civil contempt. Domestic Relations Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1387 Relative to the penalty for tampering with public records or information. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB439 (New Title) relative to the admissibility of proffered evidence in sexual assault cases. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB679 Authorizing the department of environmental services to lease land associated with state-owned impoundments. State Government House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB737 Establishing a commission to investigate and analyze the environmental and public health impacts relating to releases of perfluorinated chemicals in the air, soil, and groundwater in Merrimack, Bedford and Litchfield. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB91 Relative to General John Stark Day. Memorials Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1243 Relative to exemptions from property attachments. Civil Actions Senate - Rules and Enrolled Bills SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB495 Establishing a commission on drinking water. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB1344 Relative to collective bargaining under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1417 Relative to failure to make workers' compensation payments. Workers' Compensation House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1786 Prohibiting costs for inspection of governmental records under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB713 (New Title) relative to transportation of pupils. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB544 Relative to earned time credits for prisoners participating in rehabilitative or educational programming. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB712 Relative to a family and medical leave insurance program. Employment - Private House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB564 (New Title) relative to possession of firearms on school property. Education - General Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB185 Relative to the powers of commissioners of deeds. State Government House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB245 Relative to identification of the source of legislative bill proposals. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB736 Reestablishing the commission to study environmentally-triggered chronic illness. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SENATE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB675 Relative to the purchase of service credit in the state retirement system. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB548 Relative to certain organizations that are authorized to issue decals. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB445 Relative to notice of oral arguments in courts. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1268 Relative to selection of delegates to an Article V convention. State Government House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR1 Relating to the general court. Providing that the general court shall hold sessions biennially. CACR House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB619 Relative to medical services for prisoners. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB635 Enabling a payment in lieu of taxes for a combined heat and power agricultural facility. Taxes - Local Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs PASSED
HB87 Relative to vacancies in the office of moderator. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB476 Replacing the milk producers emergency relief fund with the dairy premium fund. Agency Appropriations Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB271 Requiring the department of education to collect data related to the reasons for suspension and expulsion of pupils. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB270 Establishing a committee to study suspensions and expulsions in middle and high schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1231 Relative to dog licenses. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB625 Establishing state holidays for elections Taxes - State House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB158 Adding opioid addiction to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB686 Relative to calculating and funding the interim cost of an opportunity for an adequate education and extending the interest and dividends tax to capital gains. Taxes - State House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB159 Adding fibromyalgia to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB188 Amending the definition of headway speed. Waters and Navigation Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB442 Relative to criminal records checks in the employee application process. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1424 Relative to the penalty for attempts to purchase firearms illegally. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: IN COMMITTEE
HB693 Relative to aid to persons funded by Medicaid and for persons who are uninsured and establishing a special fund. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB183 Establishing a commission to study costs of requests for information under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB623 Relative to the rates of the business profits tax and business enterprise tax. Taxes - State House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB429 Establishing a committee to study ways to improve civic engagement in New Hampshire. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs PASSED
HB1217 Amending the certification requirements for school nurses. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB449 Relative to claims against judges. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB188 Relative to the statute of limitations for continuing violations of rights which are guaranteed by the federal or state constitution. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB143 Relative to recommittal of a prisoner by the parole board. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB186 (New Title) relative to limitation of actions in which the state is a plaintiff. Civil Actions Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB153 Relative to circumstances under which police officer disciplinary records shall be public documents. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB212 Relative to police attendance at public meetings and functions. Police House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB723 Relative to requiring a criminal history records check for applicants for teaching certification. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB522 Establishing a commission to study the environmental and health effects of evolving 5G technology. Business and Industry Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
HB202 Requiring notice to municipalities of the relocation of state offices located within the municipality. State Institutions House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB584 Relative to the procedures governing possessory actions against tenants. Property - Real House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB630 Increasing certain fines for OHRV and snowmobile operation violations. Fish & Game Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB568 Relative to the taxability of lease interests in public property. Taxes - Local Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB133 Relative to a jury's determination as to the applicability of law. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB476 Relative to the duties of registers of probate. Municipalities Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB124 Repealing certain aircraft registration fees. Aeronautics House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB230 Relative to the referendum procedure for public water systems. Environment - Waters House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1432 Requiring certain schools to establish nondiscrimination and employee background check policies. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR3 Relating to disqualification by age. Providing that there be no age disqualification for a judge of any court, judge of probate, or sheriff. CACR House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB313 Allowing a town to appropriate funds to create a town scholarship fund. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB187 Repealing exceptions to claims against the state. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB305 Relative to the duties of the registers of probate. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB731 Relative to the minimum hourly rate. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB355 Relative to regulation by the New Hampshire real estate commission. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB475 Establishing a shoreland septic system study commission. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB164 Removing the limitations on actions for sexual assaults on victims under 18 years of age. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1216 (New Title) relative to liability for deferred property taxes and relative to applications for abatement of property taxes. Taxes - Local Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB174 Limiting jurisdiction of the superior courts over certain adequate education statutes and adequate education grants. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB101 Relative to regulating possession of firearms in a school district. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Education HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB492 Relative to motorized scooters and wheelchairs operating on public streets. Motor Vehicles House - Transportation HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB160 (New Title) relative to use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB721 Relative to special education in towns with no public schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB194 Permitting employers to pay wages to employees weekly or biweekly. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB502 Establishing a committee to study the will of Benjamin Thompson and whether the university of New Hampshire is in compliance therewith. Education - Higher House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB520 Relative to right to work. Employment - Public House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: MISCELLANEOUS
HB1570 Relative to the scope of rules adopted under the administrative procedures act pursuant to statutory authorization for agency rules. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB532 Relative to payment for earned but unused vacation or personal time. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB472 Relative to special number plates for certain veterans. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB500 Relative to organizations that are authorized to issue decals. Motor Vehicles House - Transportation HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1246 Relative to the minimum hourly rate for tipped employees. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB381 Repealing requirements for transfer of appropriations in Carroll county. Counties Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REREFERRED
HB267 Repealing the rail transit authority. Transportation House - Transportation HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1314 Repealing the board of conciliation and arbitration. Employment - Public House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1716 Establishing apprenticeship programs for unemployed workers. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB174 Relative to alternative treatment center licenses. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB346 Relative to the payment of wages to an employee. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1688 Relative to salary ratios for employers and employees. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB453 (New Title) making changes to the membership of the state house bicentennial commission, declaring June 2 - June 8 as New Hampshire State House Bicentennial Week, and declaring June 6 as New Hampshire Legislators' Homecoming Day. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB360 Reducing the pari-mutuel tax. Gambling House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1386 Establishing a joint committee on employee relations. Employment - Public Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1303 Relative to the purposes of revolving funds in towns. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB240 Establishing a commission to study the causes of high suicide rates of emergency and first responders. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB624 Establishing a commission to study management systems and customer service of New Hampshire government agencies. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB275 Relative to school nurse certification. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB673 Relative to the governor's scholarship program to cover the costs of the college level examination program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB665 Relative to New Hampshire cost-of-living information. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1556 Relative to licensing requirements for barbers, cosmetologists, estheticians, and licensed nursing assistants. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1642 Relative to the compensation of the house chief of staff. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1649 Relative to the determination of mileage for legislators and legislative officers. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB169 Requiring school districts to submit an annual report concerning gifted students. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB223 Prohibiting recipients of county or municipal funds from using such funds for lobbying. State Government House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB575 Establishing a commission to study establishing a code of ethics for school board members. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1212 Establishing a local option for commercial buildings with environmental liability that are delinquent on property taxes. Taxes - Local House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB394 Relative to public employees testifying before legislative committees. Employment - Public House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB329 Relative to review and adoption of school data security plans. Education - General Senate - Education and Workforce Development SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB342 Establishing a commission to study the transition of certain regulatory authority to the department of environmental services from the Environmental Protection Agency. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB399 Relative to pesticide use and notification in places where children play. Children House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB283 Relative to the age rabbits can be transferred. Animals Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB509 Requiring the university system to disclose annual expenditures in its operating budget. Education - Higher House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB228 (New Title) extending the commission to study the current statutes related to management of non-tidal public waterways and the construction or placement of structures within them and relative to the New Hampshire rivers management and protection program. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB452 Establishing a commission on the first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB263 Relative to facilities licenses for charitable gaming. Gambling House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB121 Relative to the maximum optional fee for transportation improvements charged by municipalities when collecting motor vehicle registration fees. Motor Vehicles Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB96 Relative to the price of Lucky 7 tickets. Gambling House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB562 Allowing online gambling. Gambling House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB243 Relative to the seal of the general court. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB137 Establishing a commission to examine the effects of wake boats in the state of New Hampshire. Environment - Waters Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1747 Relative to packaging of certain controlled drugs. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR19 Relating to right to govern. Providing that the people of the state may enact local laws that protect health, safety and welfare. CACR House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1771 Relative to hiring a state toxicologist and making an appropriation therefor. Public Health House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB426 Establishing a committee to study allowing town clerks to accept proof of certain exemptions from the rabies vaccine for the purpose of registering dogs. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB200 Relative to Food and Drug Administration approval of medication, equipment, and therapies. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB617 (New Title) establishing a committee to study recycling streams and solid waste management in New Hampshire. Environment-Conservation Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB95 (New Title) establishing a committee to study how taxpayer funds appropriated to the university system of New Hampshire and the community college system of New Hampshire are expended and the procedures to ensure accountability for such expenditures. Education - Higher Senate - Finance SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB183 (Second New Title) establishing a committee to study the applications of microgrids in New Hampshire and changes in law necessary to allow for microgrids in electrical supply, and relative to baseload renewable generation credits for biomass energy facilities. Utilities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HJR3 Requiring payment of certain money to Timothy Rioux due to malfeasance of a judge in a child support reduction case. Courts and Procedure House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB300 Requiring state employees and state public officials to display identification badges when attending meetings and hearings of the general court. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1691 Authorizing the utilization of a portion of the Volkswagen settlement as a funding source for zero emission vehicle infrastructure in New Hampshire. State Government House - Finance HOUSE: IN COMMITTEE
HB483 Prohibiting the issuance of a summons or warrant for failure to license a dog. Animals House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB417 Relative to property restrictions on certain amateur radio antennas. Property - Real House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB172 Relative to tax anticipation notes in counties. Counties Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB494 Relative to removal or containment of contaminants from the Coakley Landfill. Environ:Land Use/Open Space Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB1277 Relative to the renomination of teachers. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB484 Relative to group dog licenses. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB303 (New Title) relative to filling vacancies in the office of county commissioner and relative to procedures for adoption of the budget for Rockingham County. Elections Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB394 Relative to crop theft. Agriculture Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB667 Relative to testing wells before issuing a certificate of occupancy. Environment - Waters House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB107 Making appropriations for costs involved in controlling invasive aquatic species. Environment - Waters House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB425 Relative to vulnerable users of highways. Motor Vehicles House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB410 Relative to the legislative youth advisory council. Children House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1701 Making the Coakley Landfill Group subject to the provisions of RSA 91-A. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB481 Relative to the use of small capacity, light weight plastic bags by retailers. Environment - Waters House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HCR3 Relative to welcoming communities. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB487 Establishing a registry for the deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf/blind in the department of health and human services. Public Health Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: REREFERRED
HB634 Establishing a commission to study the licensure of individuals who forage for wild mushrooms for sale to others. Agriculture Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB108 Relative to municipal record retention and conversion. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB150 (New Title) relative to statements of financial interests filed by state officials. State Officers Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: REREFERRED
HB702 Relative to licensing of supervised visitation centers. Occupational Regulation House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB450 Relative to the membership of the New Hampshire commission on deafness and hearing loss. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB264 Making an appropriation to the Carroll, Strafford, and Coos counties freight rail improvements project and making an appropriation for the Coos county freight rail improvements project. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB722 Relative to the retail sale and taxation of marijuana. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB436 Relative to foreclosure of a lien on a condominium unit. Property - Real House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1463 Relative to requirements for noise ordinances in towns. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB249 Relative to showing a ballot. Elections House - Election Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB533 Relative to political advocacy organizations. Elections House - Election Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB372 Relative to construction of the terms "resident," "inhabitant," "residence," and "residency." Elections Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB406 Establishing a committee to study procedures for a New Hampshire constitutional convention. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1461 Relative to penalties for unconstitutional actions by municipal officials. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB590 Establishing a state bank. Banking and Finance House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB147 Relative to appeals from recounts. Elections House - Election Law HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB236 Relative to determination of parental rights and responsibilities and establishing a presumption in favor of shared residential responsibility. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB135 Relative to the submission of evidence prior to hearings in divorce cases. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB118 Relative to appropriations in petitioned warrant articles. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB326 Regarding immunity under the child abuse reporting law. Children House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HJR2 Recommending and requesting the president of the United States and the United States Congress to exclude the state of New Hampshire from offshore oil and gas drilling and exploration activities. Waters and Navigation House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB588 Relative to presidential nominations. Elections Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB506 Relative to notice of a petition for modification of child support. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB646 Relative to the placement and detention of a minor in a secure facility. Children House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB645 Establishing a dock registration procedure. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB365 Relative to net energy metering limits for customer generators. Energy Senate - Energy and Natural Resources VETOED BY GOVERNOR
HB263 Relative to department of health and human services family reunification practices involving convicted sex offenders. Children Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1312 Relative to adult changing stations in places of public accommodation. Property - Real House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB341 Relative to insurance investigations. Insurance House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB239 Establishing a committee to study reducing the cost of county government. Counties House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB432 Relative to automobile insurance reimbursement rates. Insurance House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB564 Relative to information available to members of school boards or budget committees. Education - General House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB491 Relative to default budgets. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB325 Relative to control of marine pollution and aquatic growth. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1410 Establishing a penalty for violations related to statutory liens on personal property. Property - Personal House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1504 Expanding the jurisdiction of the state commission for human rights to hear civil rights and civil liberty issues. Discrimination House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB189 Establishing a homestead right. Courts and Procedure House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB407 Clarifying the non taxability of certain telecommunications devices and equipment. Taxes - Local Senate - Ways and Means SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HCR7 Urging the president and congress to adopt a policy renouncing the first use of nuclear weapons. State Government House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB1490 Relative to limits on money judgments in landlord-tenant cases. Property - Real House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1559 Relative to certification requirements for assistant principals. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1765 Relative to policies regarding chartered public schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1211 Relative to presite built housing. Zoning and Planning House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB2018 (Third New Title) relative to the state 10-year transportation improvement program, establishing a committee to study the removal of the Merrimack tolls, and establishing a committee to study driveway permitting. Transportation Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB478 Establishing a road usage fee and making an appropriation therefor. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB461 Relative to the acceptance of grants by Carroll county. Counties Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB530 Relative to charges for services by the register of deeds. State Government House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB550 Extending foster care beyond age 18. Children Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB367 Relative to central registry checks for out-of-state child care providers and staff. Children Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB503 Relative to notice to property owners regarding changes in assessments of property values for tax purposes. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB325 Permitting certain towns to appoint a town clerk. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB456 Relative to petition articles in the warrant of a cooperative school district. Education - General House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB547 Relative to licensure of polysomnographers. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1215 Relative to voting on variances. Zoning and Planning Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1440 Relative to prohibiting the adoption of administrative rules after final objection by the joint legislative committee on administrative rules. Legislature House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB266 Relative to the elderly property tax exemption. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB238 Establishing a task force on applications of microgrids in electricity supply. Utilities House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB374 Relative to the process for inhabitants of the state to effectuate the protections of Article 14. State Government House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB583 Relative to the calculation of average daily membership in residence and average daily membership in attendance. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1336 Establishing a commission to study the construction of a memorial wall to honor state legislators. Memorials House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HR9 Affirming revenue estimates for fiscal years 2017, 2018, and 2019. State Government HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB253 Relative to criminal records checks in the employee application process. Employment - Private Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB660 Relative to studying the economic and other impacts of OHRV use in New Hampshire. Fish & Game Senate - Transportation PASSED
HB549 Relative to beverage vendor fees. Liquor and Beer Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB557 (New Title) relative to funds credited to the harbor dredging and pier maintenance fund and making appropriations for the dredging of Rye harbor and Seabrook/Hampton harbor. Environment - Waters House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB256 Relative to self-ordering for laboratory testing. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB521 Revising the alimony statute. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB257 Relative to the use of cloth diapers in licensed child day care centers. Business and Industry House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1237 Relative to the definition of "public at large." State Government Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB299 Relative to the sharing of moorings in a congregate mooring field. Waters and Navigation House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HJR1 Supporting efforts to develop wind power off the New Hampshire coast. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB437 (New Title) relative to the authority of municipal law enforcement officers and relative to information contained in certain motor vehicle records. Police Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB384 Relative to access to historic burial sites on state-owned land. Municipalities Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REREFERRED
HB542 Establishing a grant program to support municipalities in updating their wetlands regulations. Environment - Waters House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB514 (New Title) relative to alternate members of planning boards. Zoning and Planning Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB244 Repealing the moorings appeals board. Waters and Navigation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB616 Relative to a cost of living adjustment for retirees in the state retirement system. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB1229 Relative to the teachers' voting requirement for becoming a charter conversion school. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1452 Relative to equalized property valuation used to apportion expenses in cooperative school districts. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB676 Repealing the collection of the state education property tax. Taxes - State House - Ways and Means HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1634 Regulating disorderly houses. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1645 Relative to forwarding addresses of tenants in landlord tenant actions. Property - Real House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB614 (New Title) increasing penalties and fines for air pollution and water pollution. Environment - Resources Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB604 Establishing the John and Molly Stark workforce opportunity program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB555 Relative to the enforcement authority of the liquor investigators. Liquor and Beer House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB427 Allowing hobby distillation of liquors. Liquor and Beer House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB605 Relative to criminal penalties for possession, transfer, or manufacture of animal fighting paraphernalia with the intent to be present at, aiding in, or contributing to such fighting. Animals Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB112 Relative to the mechanical licensing board. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB158 Relative to induced termination of pregnancy statistics. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB186 Establishing a state minimum wage and providing for adjustments to the minimum wage. Employment - Public Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB371 Adding cats to the definition of commercial kennel. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB194 Relative to public bonds. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB514 Imposing a waiting period between the purchase and delivery of a firearm. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB524 (New Title) relative to the definition of "emergency" for purposes of a quorum under the right-to-know law. Right to Know Senate - Judiciary SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1304 Relative to the authorization for forensic audits by a county convention. Counties Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB248 Relative to the authority to establish turnpike toll rates and charges. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB711 Relative to funding an adequate education. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB179 Establishing a New Hampshire health access corporation. Public Health House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1450 Relative to retention of job applications and personnel files. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB151 Relative to the definition of "agriculture." Agriculture House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB642 (New Title) defining specialty cider. Liquor and Beer Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB362 Prohibiting certain immunization requirements for noncommunicable diseases. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB582 Relative to the regional greenhouse gas initiative cap and trade program for controlling carbon dioxide emissions. Environment - Resources Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB1326 Repealing the compensation appeals advisory board. Workers' Compensation House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1405 Relative to the eligibility of school district employees for family and medical leave. Education - General House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1232 Naming a portion of Route 4A as the Alan Leslie Seamans highway. Memorials House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB637 Relative to criminal history background checks by employers and public agencies. Employment - Private Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB2 Relative to state fees, funds, revenues, and expenditures. Agency Appropriations Senate - Finance VETOED BY GOVERNOR
HB1340 Relative to absences among officers required to be present at school district elections. Elections Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1371 Repealing certain exemptions from permitting requirements for temporary seasonal docks. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB133 Repealing the licensing requirement for open-air shows and repealing the laws related to the keeping of billiard tables. Business and Industry House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB707 Relative to settlement money from actions pertaining to the contamination of groundwater or drinking water. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1307 (Second New Title) relative to the first session of annual meetings. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB204 Establishing a committee to review and update the penalties for contaminating drinking water and groundwater. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1693 Relative to appropriations for bridge construction or reconstruction. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB512 Relative to dogs on hiking trails in state parks and state forests. Animals House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB342 Establishing a commission to study the transition of certain regulatory authority to the department of environmental services from the Environmental Protection Agency. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB399 Relative to pesticide use and notification in places where children play. Children House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1631 Relative to the assessment of property in municipalities that are part of a multi-town school district. Education - General House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB250 Relative to oral prophylaxis for dental patients. Occupational Regulation House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB204 Relative to bonds for public employees. Employment - Public House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB80 Relative to the administration of building code enforcement. Energy House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1332 Allowing warrant articles to be split by the deliberative session. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB139 (New Title) relative to restrictions on smoking in state forests, parks, land, or buildings operated by the department of natural and cultural resources. Parks and Recreation Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1321 Relative to the hours youth are permitted to work. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB1402 Relative to ordinances regarding forestry activities. Municipalities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB463 (Second New Title) relative to licensure of advanced pharmacy technicians. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB659 Relative to reporting of internal pharmaceutical costs. Public Health House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB163 Relative to the responsibility of a municipality to enforce its ordinances. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB215 (New Title) requiring the department of administrative services to assess the costs of allowing the community college system employees to participate in the state health plan. Education - Higher House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB108 Relative to the number of days per year a charitable organization may offer bingo. Gambling House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB55 Relative to backflow devices for water. Environment - Waters Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: REREFERRED
HB359 Relative to warning labels on prescription drugs containing opiates. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services PASSED
SB1 Reducing the rate of the business profits tax. Taxes - State Senate - Ways and Means SENATE: REREFERRED
HB469 (New Title) establishing a continuous quality improvement program for pharmacies, relative to vaccines administered by pharmacists, and relative to the authority of the insurance department on federal health care reform. Occupational Regulation Senate - Health and Human Services SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB131 Relative to the costs for notice of changes in a zoning district. Zoning and Planning Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB420 Relative to naming buildings and other construction built using public funds. Public Health Senate - Transportation SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB115 Relative to the regulation of private investigators, security guards, and bail recovery agents. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB134 Reducing the penalty for certain first offense drug possession charges. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1533 (New Title) relative to termination of variances and special exceptions. Zoning and Planning Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB162 Repealing the requirement for the inspection of timber. Agriculture Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB229 Relative to rulemaking requirements of the department of corrections. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB298 Relative to the mechanical licensing board. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1742 Relative to food service licensure inspections. Agriculture House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB136 Eliminating the land use board and requiring approval of federal land acquisitions by the governor and council. Property - Real Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB129 Relative to property taxes for residents 65 years of age and older. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB470 Relative to storm water or sewage penalties. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB446 Relative to state construction contracts. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1392 (New Title) relative to tallies of votes on budget items or warrant articles. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB492 Relative to rates for parking meters. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB192 Abolishing fluoridation in water. Public Health House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB735 Relative to carbon pricing. Utilities House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB546 Relative to the regulation of art therapists. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB610 Implementing needle exchange programs in New Hampshire. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
SB132 (New Title) establishing a New Hampshire inventory of historic burial grounds and cemeteries. State Government House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB668 Relative to heating, agitating or other devices in public waters. Waters and Navigation Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1210 Establishing a committee to study the effect of current use taxation on small and rural municipalities. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB1436 Relative to lakes with shared borders with 2 or more towns. Municipalities House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1202 Relative to town revolving funds for group net metering. Municipalities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB418 Relative to the limitations on part-time employment under the New Hampshire retirement system. Retirement Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1652 Relative to default budgets. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB426 Relative to hazardous duty pay for certain department of transportation employees. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
SB210 Relative to emergency medical and trauma services. Public Health House - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB1104 (New Title) relative to dredge and fill permit time limits; relative to time limits under the administrative procedure act; and relative to online filing with the secretary of state's office. State Government Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB390 Relative to parties on certain election forms and ballots and relative to the voter registration form used on the day of the general election. Elections Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SENATE: CONSENT CALENDAR REPORT FILED
HB1655 Relative to fines for violations of town or city code violations. Zoning and Planning House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB89 Relative to municipal revolving funds. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB366 Adding opioid addiction, misuse, and abuse to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB716 Relative to transportation costs of certain pupils and making an appropriation therefor. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1630 Relative to unfunded property tax exemptions or credits. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1348 Relative to the annual audit report of public charter schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB550 Establishing a controlled drug scientific review board. Occupational Regulation House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB197 Making an appropriation to the department of justice to enforce election and lobbying laws. Elections House - Finance HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1318 Relative to permits required for certain fires. Parks and Recreation House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB704 Relative to the storage of nuclear waste. Environment - Resources House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB156 Establishing a commission to study the establishment of a state department of energy. Energy Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB98 Eliminating the statute of limitations on sexual assault. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB1269 Relative to the requirement for campground owners to provide certain information to local assessing officials. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1608 Prohibiting a municipality or school district from compensating an employee on leave of absence. Employment - Public House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB220 Relative to licensing requirements for septic system evaluators. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB199 Relative to limited driving privileges after an administrative license suspension. Motor Vehicles Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB286 Requiring reporting on suicide deaths of individuals receiving services through the department of health and human services or its subcontractors. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1361 Relative to county audits. Counties Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1366 Authorizing the town meeting to fund capital reserve funds through the operating budget. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1391 Relative to municipal retention of employment files. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1547 Requiring review of default budgets by the department of revenue administration. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1271 Changing the name of Industrial Drive at the Hugh Gallen Office Park to Ratification Way. Memorials Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB466 Relative to the capacity of electricity customer generators for eligibility for net energy metering. Utilities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: REREFERRED
HB119 Relative to training requirements for electrologists. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB71 Relative to the law governing alimony. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
SB165 Authorizing periodic payments as security after a motor vehicle accident. Motor Vehicles Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB687 Relative to extreme risk protection orders. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1473 Relative to the timber yield tax. Taxes - Local Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB269 Establishing a committee to study ways to educate New Hampshire families about lung cancer risks. Education - General House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1428 (New Title) relative to roadside memorials. Highways Senate - Transportation SENATE: CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
HB454 Relative to site evaluation committee criteria for energy facility siting. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB477 Relative to allowance sales under the New Hampshire regional greenhouse gas initiative program. Environment - Resources House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB311 Relative to including court personnel in judicial performance evaluations. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB137 Relative to qualifications of referees in the superior courts and circuit courts. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB569 Relative to innovation schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB134 Relative to causes for divorce. Domestic Relations House - Children and Family Law HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB1536 Requiring certain signs on divided highways. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB120 (New Title) relative to the regulation of body art establishments and massage, reflexology, structural integrator and Asian bodywork therapy establishments. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1706 Relative to the construction of a Lake Sunapee public boat ramp. Fish & Game House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB577 Relative to call blocking in an automated telephone dialing system. Business and Industry Senate - Commerce SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB178 Relative to motor vehicle registration transfer credits. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB1351 Relative to notification to parents by charter schools when a child's teacher has not met certification requirements. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB209 Relative to the adoption of Atlantic standard time. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB371 Relative to bond requirements for public works contracts. State Government Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1541 Relative to registration and road toll fees for hybrid and electric vehicles. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB211 (New Title) relative to temporary OHRV registrations for nonresidents, and OHRV and snowmobile trail connectors. Fish & Game Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1278 (New Title) naming the rest area in Colebrook in honor of Frederick W. King, Sr. and naming a bridge in Farmington in honor of Major John W. Lawrence, Jr. Memorials Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB124 Repealing the law relative to the buffer zones to reproductive health care facilities. Public Health House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB377 Relative to marijuana sales. Liquor and Beer House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HCR5 Requesting the United States Congress to propose a constitutional amendment to reverse the ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Elections House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED WITH AMENDMENT
HB234 Establishing an exemption from business taxes for media production companies engaged in business in New Hampshire. Taxes - State House - Ways and Means HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB613 Relative to mandatory automobile insurance. Insurance House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB127 Relative to vacancies in county offices. Elections Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HCR4 Encouraging media outlets not to broadcast the name or image of a suspected perpetrator of a mass shooting. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: PASSED/ADOPTED
HB1796 Relative to the legislative oversight committee on electric utility restructuring. Utilities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB259 Relative to the records of the probate court. Courts and Procedure Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB365 Relative to awarding attorney's fees under the right-to-know law. Right to Know House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB614 Relative to forfeiture of personal property. Police Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB132 Relative to net neutrality. Business and Industry House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB512 Establishing a commission to develop a memorandum of understanding between the department of transportation and the department of resources and economic development for staffing, operating, and maintaining the state's rest areas and welcome centers. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HCR6 Applying to congress to propose a congressional term limits constitutional amendment. Elections House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
SB76 Establishing an option to rebate the research and development tax credit against business profits taxes, and making an appropriation therefor. Taxes - State Senate - Ways and Means SENATE: REREFERRED
HB155 Relative to procedures for determining and disclosing exculpatory evidence in a police officer's personnel file. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
SB205 Establishing the small business jobs fund and tax credit. Taxes - State House - Ways and Means HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB181 Relative to the maintenance of private roads abutting residential properties. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB347 Making an appropriation for rural bus service. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB219 Relative to membership on the Structures on Non-tidal Public Waterways Commission. Waters and Navigation House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB612 Requiring a "certificate of origin" to accompany the sale of an automobile. Motor Vehicles House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB170 Relative to the authority of towns to issue bonds for the expansion of broadband infrastructure. Municipalities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: CONSENT CALENDAR REPORT FILED
HB1810 Establishing a commission to study the effectiveness of the current statutes related to management of non-tidal public water ways and the construction or placement of structures within them. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB169 Relative to the definition of agritourism. Agriculture Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: CONSENT CALENDAR REPORT FILED
HB1305 Requiring a performance audit of the department of health and human services, bureau of elderly and adult services. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB172 Relative to dams on residential property. Environment - Waters Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB1203 Relative to reports issued by the judicial council. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB439 Relative to unauthorized occupation of land or structures. Property - Real House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1204 Relative to the duties of the judicial council. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1205 Amending a duty of the judicial council. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB592 Relative to OHRV operation and license. Fish & Game Senate - Transportation PASSED
HB1444 Requiring the legislative body to approve the appointment of town managers and prohibiting town managers from hiring contractors to perform the duties of town managers. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB251 Relative to criminal background checks for education personnel. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB349 Relative to a second opinion on health care matters for state and county prisoners. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary PASSED
HB524 (New Title) establishing a committee to study issues and impediments to starting, running, and growing home and commercial day care facilities in New Hampshire. Children Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB88 (New Title) authorizing wine manufacturer retail outlets. Liquor and Beer House - Commerce and Consumer Affairs HOUSE: REPORT FILED
CACR7 Relating to public education. Providing that the general court shall have the authority to define standards of accountability, mitigate local disparities in educational opportunity and fiscal capacity, and have full discretion to determine the amount of state funding for education. CACR House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1279 Allowing additional charges under a lease to be included in a demand for rent. Property - Real House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB485 (New Title) relative to standards for emerging contaminants in drinking water, and relative to standards for perfluorochemicals in drinking water, ambient groundwater, and surface water. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: LAID ON TABLE
HB559 Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund. Energy Senate - Finance SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB385 Establishing a maternity care room for members of the general court. State Government House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB233 Relative to the submission of school emergency response plans. Education - General Senate - Education SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB91 Relative to the title loan default process. Banking and Finance Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB180 Requiring postsecondary education institutions to compile and submit reports on remedial education courses. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB107 Relative to the membership of the advanced manufacturing education advisory council. Education - General Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HCR6 Urging the New Hampshire general court to investigate whether a member of the general court who is a paid employee of an advocacy group is in violation of article 7 of the second part of the New Hampshire constitution. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HCR1 Rescinding all requests by the New Hampshire legislature for a federal constitutional convention. State Government House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB497 Relative to payment by the state of a portion of retirement system contributions of political subdivision employers. Retirement House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1358 Relative to decisions by the site evaluation committee. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB376 (New Title) relative to the disturbance of sediments in estuarine waters. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB77 Relative to dam fees for nonprofit organizations. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB145 Relative to the counting of secret ballots. Municipalities Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB182 Establishing a commission to study adaptation of the tax structure of the state to economic and demographic change. Taxes - Local House - Ways and Means HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB554 Relative to the duty of the moderator to verify the device count. Elections House - Election Law HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB171 Prohibiting the state or its political subdivisions from assisting a federal agency in the collection of electronic data without a warrant. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB84 Relative to payment of workers' compensation benefits by direct deposit. Workers' Compensation Senate - Commerce SENATE: REREFERRED
HB461 Adding qualifying medical conditions to the therapeutic use of cannabis law. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1296 Relative to rules of the judicial council. Courts and Procedure House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB609 Relative to penalties for possession or distribution of child erotica. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB507 Establishing a committee to study the responsibility of a person who through their pollution makes drinking water non-potable. Environment - Waters Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB49 Relative to permits for solid waste facilities. Environ:Land Use/Open Space Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB1101 (New Title) regulating groundwater pollution caused by polluting emissions in the air and relative to standards for perfluorochemicals in drinking water, ambient groundwater and surface water. Environment - Resources Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB481 Relative to the legalization and regulation of cannabis and making appropriations therefor. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SENATE: REREFERRED
HB267 Relative to the international registration plan. Transportation Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1611 Establishing a committee to study off-shore wind energy development. Energy House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1644 Prohibiting the combination of certain regulated utilities. Utilities House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB700 Relative to valuation of utility company assets for local property taxation. Utilities Senate - Ways and Means SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB276 Relative to student exemption from the statewide assessment. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB113 Relative to grounds for denial of a chartered public school application. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB184 Relative to the calculation of kindergarten students in the average daily membership and repealing prorated kindergarten funding based on Keno revenues. Education - General House - Finance HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB321 Relative to authorized organizations producing multiple decal designs in the multi-use decal number plates program. Motor Vehicles Senate - Transportation SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1555 Relative to participation by the public utilities commission in regional activities. Utilities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources PASSED
HB554 Relative to the assessment of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1685 Establishing a statutory commission for oversight over occupational regulation. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1767 Establishing a multiple employer public retirement plan. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB472 Permitting qualifying patients to cultivate cannabis for their own therapeutic use. Public Health Senate - Health and Human Services SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB602 Prohibiting placement of certain persons with mental illness in the secure psychiatric unit, establishing a secure psychiatric hospital oversight commission, and appropriating funds to develop plans for a secure therapeutic psychiatric hospital facility. Mental Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1783 Relative to newborn screening for Krabbe Leukodystrophy. Public Health House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1399 Relative to statutes of limitations in civil actions against public servants. Civil Actions House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB595 Relative to the administration of the tobacco tax. Taxes - State Senate - Ways and Means SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB114 Establishing a committee to study state oversight and regulation of life coaches. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB505 Establishing an independent commission as an additional authorizing entity for chartered public schools. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB122 Relative to withdrawal from a cooperative school district. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB557 Relative to school attendance in towns with no public schools. Education - General Senate - Education SENATE: REPORT FILED
HB1409 Relative to child restraint practices in schools and treatment facilities. Children House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1257 Relative to judicial review of proceedings before the human rights commission. Discrimination House - Judiciary HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB247 Relative to the definition of the state building code. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB477 Relative to free speech on campuses in the university system and the community college system. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HB603 Establishing the John and Molly Stark student debt reduction program and making an appropriation therefor. Education - Higher House - Education HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB444 Relative to reports to the public employee labor relations board. Employment - Public House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB258 (New Title) relative to the submission and approval of subsurface sewage disposal system plans, relative to septic requirements in conversions to accessory dwellings, and authorizing certain septage and sludge land applications. Environment - Waters Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB303 Relative to certification of building code compliance inspectors. Occupational Regulation Senate - Election Law and Municipal Affairs SENATE: REREFERRED
HB595 Relative to positions in the corporations division of the secretary of state's office. State Government Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB517 (New Title) relative to state fees, funds, revenues, and expenditures. State Government Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB572 Extending the suspension of prior authorization requirements for a community mental health program on drugs used to treat mental illness. Public Health House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1207 Relative to public filing of bonds for public employees. Courts and Procedure House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1754 Establishing a state defined contribution retirement plan for state and political subdivision members of the retirement system. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB148 Relative to chartered public school teacher qualifications. Education - General House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1670 Relative to bonds for public employees. Employment - Public House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB324 (New Title) establishing a commission to study utility property valuation and recommend legislation to reform the current system of taxing utility property in New Hampshire. Taxes - Local Senate - Ways and Means SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB114 Relative to minimum electric renewable portfolio standards. Energy Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SENATE: INTERIM STUDY
HB144 Relative to changes in property assessments. Taxes - Local House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: LAID ON TABLE
HB297 Repealing the education tax credit program. Taxes - State House - Education HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB386 Relative to technical corrections to the education tax credit statute. Education - General Senate - Ways and Means SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB354 Making an appropriation to the department of education to provide additional adequate education grant payments to certain municipalities. Education - General Senate - Finance SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1818 Relative to penalties for certain occupational licensing violations. Occupational Regulation House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB248 Relative to operation of OHRVs on trail connectors in Coos and Grafton counties. Fish & Game House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB387 Clarifying change of use occupancy classifications. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB238 Establishing a committee to study broadband access to the Internet. Utilities Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1456 Relative to state acceptance of the lowest reasonable bid contract and relative to the sale, lease, or transfer of state property. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1803 Relative to payroll deductions for government employees. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB413 Relative to payment by the state of a portion of retirement system contributions of political subdivision employers. Retirement House - Finance HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB80 Relative to the administration of building code enforcement. Energy House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB532 Prohibiting persons who desecrate the American or New Hampshire state flag from receiving financial assistance. Welfare House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB475 Relative to honoring Jessie Doe and Mary L.R. Farnum, the first women elected to the New Hampshire house of representatives. Legislature Senate - Election Law and Internal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB576 Relative to municipal and district budget committees. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB311 Relative to annulment of criminal records. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. House - Criminal Justice and Public Safety HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB195 Establishing a committee to study temporary seasonal docks. Waters and Navigation Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB562 Relative to the state building code. State Government Senate - Executive Departments and Administration PASSED
HB586 Relative to the regulation of certain professions by the office of professional licensure and certification. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1226 Relative to restricting the watering of lawns through the use of private wells. Environment - Waters House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB101 Relative to certification for solid waste operators. Environ:Land Use/Open Space House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: REPORT FILED
HR8 Urging Congress to investigate the lawsuits against Trump University. State Government House - State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB593 Granting group II retirement system status to certain positions in the department of corrections. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB575 Relative to the certification of acupuncture detoxification specialists. Occupational Regulation Senate - Committee Of Conference SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1515 Relative to an exemption from the combustion ban on construction and demolition debris. Environment-Conservation Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB1723 Relative to the reckless beating of animals. Animals House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1385 Establishing a committee to study animal welfare in New Hampshire. Agriculture House - Environment and Agriculture HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB83 Prohibiting family members from serving on the same town, city, or school district board or committee. Municipalities House - Municipal and County Government HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1689 Repealing the repeal of the pollution prevention program of the department of environmental services. Environ:Land Use/Open Space Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB698 Relative to foreign taxing jurisdictions compelling New Hampshire businesses to collect and remit sales taxes incurred by citizens of their respective states. Taxes - State House - Ways and Means HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1708 Requiring the state to remove standing deadwood trees and making an appropriation therefor. Environ:Land Use/Open Space House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB631 Establishing a cash balance pension plan for new hires and non-vested employees. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB82 Relative to hair braiding. Occupational Regulation Senate - Executive Departments and Administration SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB265 Relative to accessory dwelling units. Zoning and Planning Senate - Public and Municipal Affairs SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB225 (New Title) relative to information collection concerning electric renewable portfolio standards. Utilities Senate - Energy and Natural Resources SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB486 Relative to department of corrections procedures concerning the requirement for restoration of the voting rights of felons. Crimes, Crim.Proc. & Corr. Senate - Judiciary SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
HB369 Relative to the amortization of retirement system unfunded accrued liability. Retirement House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1376 Repealing the prohibition on collecting seaweed at night. Fish & Game House - Resources, Recreation and Development HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
CACR9 Relating to redistricting. Providing that an independent redistricting commission shall be established to draw boundaries for state and federal offices. CACR House - Election Law HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE
HB1764 Relative to New Hampshire cost of living information. Employment - Private House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: INTERIM STUDY
HB528 Establishing a municipal opioid reversal agent bulk purchase fund Police House - Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HA1 Seeking the removal from office of superior court judge James D. O'Neill, III. Civil Actions House - Judiciary HOUSE: OUGHT NOT TO PASS
HB139 Limiting the authority of delegates to Article V conventions. State Government House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB213 Relative to the mileage reimbursement rate for legislators and prohibiting deductions from compensation or mileage reimbursement of representatives. Legislature House - Legislative Administration HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB1563 Relative to taxation of solar energy systems. Taxes - Local House - Science, Technology and Energy HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB294 Relative to the cost of fiscal analysis of legislation relating to the retirement system. Retirement Senate - Finance SENATE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB599 Establishing the office of ombudsman in the department of state. State Government House - Executive Departments and Administration HOUSE: DIED ON THE TABLE
HB1393 Relative to compensation for vacation time and personal time earned. Employment - Private House - Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
HB135 Relative to leased railroad property. Transportation House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE
SB209 Establishing a commission to create a New Hampshire recovery memorial. Public Health House - Public Works and Highways HOUSE: RETAINED IN COMMITTEE