New Hampshire General Court

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

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 2023

making appropriations to the department of energy for a state emergency fuel assistance program and a supplemental electric benefit, and relative to the electric low-income program fund.

  • Introduced Sep 15 2022
  • Signed by Governor Sununu 09/15/2022; Chapter 346; eff. 09/15/2022 HJ 15 Sep 19 2022
  • Sponsored by Steven D. Smith

HR 24

memoralizing Mary Griffin.

  • Introduced Sep 15 2022

HR 23

Supporting the New Hampshire Presidential Primary”

  • Introduced Apr 21 2022

HR 22

“Memorializing Katherine Rogers”

  • Introduced Apr 21 2022
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Recently Passed

HB 2023

making appropriations to the department of energy for a state emergency fuel assistance program and a supplemental electric benefit, and relative to the electric low-income program fund.

  • Introduced Sep 15 2022
  • Signed by Governor Sununu 09/15/2022; Chapter 346; eff. 09/15/2022 HJ 15 Sep 19 2022
  • Sponsored by Steven D. Smith

SB 440

relative to the office of offshore wind industry development.

HB 1178

prohibiting the state from enforcing any federal statute, regulation, or Presidential Executive Order that restricts or regulates the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

HB 1606

relative to administration of the state immunization registry.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2022 Regular Session 1210
2021 Regular Session 776
2020 Regular Session 1215
2019 Regular Session 1000
2018 Regular Session 1107
2017 Regular Session 871

Sources

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

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