New Hampshire General Court

400 Representatives
  • 210 Republicans
  • 188 Democrats
24 Senators
  • 14 Republicans
  • 10 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

SB 98

relative to the SNAP incentive program.

SB 100

adopting omnibus legislation on commissions and committees.

SB 88

adopting omnibus legislation relative to broadband.

  • Introduced Jan 26 2021

SB 87

adopting omnibus legislation relative to municipal finance.

  • Introduced Jan 26 2021
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Recently Passed

SB 2

allowing the preprocessing of absentee ballots for certain 2021 elections and allowing for the postponement of annual town meetings in calendar year 2021 where concerns exist during the COVID-19 health emergency.

  • Introduced Jan 06 2021
  • Public Hearing: 01/22/2021 10:00 am Members of the public may attend using the following links:To join the webinar: https://www.zoom.us/j/91927250837Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout theday time permitting from the time the committee is initially convened. Jan 15 2021
  • Sponsored by Sharon M Carson, Jeb Bradley, Regina Birdsell, and 16 more.

HR 1

a resolution

  • Introduced Dec 03 2020

HB 1240

relative to the grounds for sexual assault and related offenses, establishing a special marriage officiant license, modifying requirements for renewal of pharmacy licenses, and relative to occupational licensure and the office of professional licensure and certification.

  • Introduced Dec 02 2019
  • Signed by Governor Sununu 07/20/2020; Chapter 25; I. Sec. 1/2 & 5 Eff: 01/01/2021 II. Sec. 6 & 11 Eff: 09/18/2020 III. Sec. 3/4/12 & 13 Eff: as prov. in Sec. 14 IV. Rem. Eff: 7/20/2020 Jul 22 2020
  • Sponsored by JP Marzullo, Timothy P. Lang, Barbara J. Griffin, and 2 more.

HB 1665

establishing an independent advisory commission on redistricting.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Regular Session 710
2020 Regular Session 1215
2019 Regular Session 1000
2018 Regular Session 1107
2017 Regular Session 871

Sources

Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the New Hampshire General Court.

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