New Hampshire General Court

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

Bills

Recently Introduced

HR 11

affirming revenue estimates for fiscal years 2021, 2022, and 2023.

SB 148

adopting omnibus legislation relative to vocational and career education, environmental education, and emergency plans for sports injuries.

  • Introduced Feb 09 2021
  • Remote Hearing: 02/18/2021, 01:30 pm; Links to join the hearing can be found in the Senate Calendar; SC 11 Feb 12 2021

SB 159

establishing the department of children's services and juvenile justice.

  • Introduced Feb 09 2021
  • Remote Hearing: 03/03/2021, 08:45 am; Links to join the hearing can be found in the Senate Calendar; SC 12 Feb 17 2021

SB 160

relative to multiple employer welfare arrangements.

  • Introduced Feb 09 2021
  • Remote Hearing: 03/02/2021, 09:30 am; Links to join the hearing can be found in the Senate Calendar; SC 12 Feb 18 2021
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Recently Passed

HB 242

relative to the content of an adequate education.

  • Introduced Jan 09 2021
  • Reconsider (Rep. Cordelli): MF DV 144-203 02/25/2021 Feb 25 2021

HB 194

relative to the release of student assessment information and data.

  • Introduced Jan 04 2021
  • Ought to Pass with Amendment MA RC 193-152 02/25/2021 Feb 25 2021

HR 11

affirming revenue estimates for fiscal years 2021, 2022, and 2023.

HB 349

relative to certification requirements for school nurses.

  • Introduced Jan 09 2021
  • Reconsider (Rep. Baldasaro): MF VV 02/25/2021 Feb 25 2021
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Regular Session 769
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.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.