New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Mary Jane Wallner

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↑
SB 542 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the use of funds in the revenue stabilization reserve account for public health emergencies.
Jan 09 2018 Inexpedient To Legislate, Rc 14y-10n, Ma === Bill Killed ===; 02/15/2018; Sj 4
Feb 15 2018
HB 1681 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing an early childhood development tax credit against business taxes administered by the community development finance authority.
Nov 13 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Dv 153-131 02/15/2018 Hj 4 P. 41
Feb 15 2018
SB 583 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing a pilot program to eliminate employment barriers for certain parents.
Jan 17 2018 Inexpedient To Legislate, Rc 14y-10n, Ma === Bill Killed ===; 03/15/2018; Sj 8
Mar 15 2018
SB 526 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to school food and nutrition programs.
Jan 09 2018 Pending Motion Inexpedient To Legislate; 03/22/2018; Sj 10
Mar 22 2018
HB 1715 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing a committee to study options for tenants to dispute a rent increase in a manufactured housing park if such increase was arbitrary and unreasonable.
Nov 16 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate, Rc 13y-11n, Ma === Bill Killed ===; 04/26/2018; Sj 14
Apr 26 2018
SB 392 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing a commission to study and evaluate the impact of the discharge of state prisoners.
Dec 12 2017 Ii. Remainder Effective 05/25/2018
May 31 2018
SB 484 (2018 Regular Session)
reestablishing the commission to address child hunger in New Hampshire.
Dec 20 2017 Ii. Remainder Effective 05/30/2018
Jun 04 2018
SB 476 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing a committee to study reinstituting the unemployed parent program.
Dec 20 2017 Signed By The Governor On 05/30/2018; Chapter 0142; Effective 05/30/2018
Jun 04 2018
SB 385 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing a foster care children's bill of rights.
Dec 12 2017 Signed By The Governor On 06/08/2018; Chapter 0220; Effective 06/08/2018
Jun 14 2018
HB 1807 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to exploitation of elderly, disabled, or impaired adults and establishing a protective order for vulnerable adults.
Dec 14 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 06/25/2018; Chapter 308; Eff. 1/1/2019
Jun 26 2018
HB 1743 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to funding for the Sununu youth services center, relative to positions at the department of health and human services, and establishing a committee to study alternatives to the continued use of the Sununu youth services center.
Nov 20 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 07/02/2018; Chapter 355; I. Sec 2 Shall Not Take Eff;Ii. Rem Eff 07/02/2018
Jul 10 2018
HB 1811 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the New Hampshire health protection program.
Dec 14 2017 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 17-0)
Oct 29 2018
SB 306 (2019 Regular Session)
establishing the housing appeals board.
Jan 29 2019 Pending Motion Ot3rdg; 03/28/2019; Sj 11
Mar 28 2019
SB 6 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to child protection staffing and making an appropriation therefor.
Jan 14 2019 Signed By The Governor On 06/03/2019; Chapter 0043; Effective 06/03/2019
Jun 04 2019
SB 14 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to child welfare.
Jan 29 2019 Iv. Remainder Effective 08/02/2019
Jun 04 2019
SB 274 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to the newborn home visiting program.
Jan 28 2019 Signed By The Governor On 07/19/2019; Chapter 285; Effective 09/17/2019
Jul 24 2019
SB 1 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to family and medical leave.
Jan 23 2019 Notwithstanding The Governor's Veto, Shall Sb 1 Become Law: Rc 14y-10n, Veto Sustained, Lacking The Necessary Two-Thirds Vote; 09/19/2019; Sj 22
Sep 19 2019
HB 1 (2019 Regular Session)
making appropriations for the expenses of certain departments of the state for fiscal years ending June 30, 2020 and June 30, 2021.
Feb 15 2019 Veto Sustained 09/25/2019: Rc 204-151 Lacking Necessary Two-Thirds Vote Hj 23 P. 14
Sep 25 2019
HB 2 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to state fees, funds, revenues, and expenditures.
Mar 04 2019 Veto Sustained 09/25/2019: Rc 205-151 Lacking Necessary Two-Thirds Vote Hj 23 P. 16
Sep 25 2019
HB 4 (2019 Regular Session)
relative to state fees, funds, revenues and expenditures.
Sep 25 2019 Signed By Governor Sununu 09/26/2019; Chapter 346; I. Sections 1/64/165/248 Paragraph I Of Section 290/314/324 And 355-356 Of This Act Shall Take Effect June 30 2019. Ii. Section 232-233 And 389 Of This Act Shall Take Effect July 1 2019 At 12:01 A.M. Iii. Sections 97-109/ 131-138/ 203-205/ 213/ 252-257 And 365-367 / Rsa 170-G:4-D As Inserted By Section 344 Shall Take Effect January 1 2020. Iv. Sections 92-94 Of This Act Shall Take Effect January 1 2020 At 12:01 A.M. And Section 96 Of This Act Shall Not Take Effect. V. Sections 234-235/ 250/ 259-265 And Rsa 170-G:4-B As Inserted By Section 344 Of This Act Shall Take Effect July 1 2020. Vi. Section 5 Of This Act Shall Take Effect As Provided In Section 6 Of This Act. Vii. Section 393 Of This Act Shall Take Effect July 12 2019 At 12:01 A.M. Viii. Sections 399-419 Of This Act Shall Take Effect As Provided In Section 423 Of This Act. Ix. Paragraph I Of Section 422 Of This Act Shall Take Effect December 1 2024. X. Sections 184-190 Of This Act Shall Take Effect September 26 2019. Xi. Section 191 Of This Act Shall Take Effect As Provided In Section 192 Of This Act. Xii. Sections 360-362 Of This Act Shall Take Effect As Provided In Section 363 Of This Act. Xiii. Section 433 Of This Shall Take Effect December 1 2020. Xiv. Sections 424 And 425 Of This Act Shall Take Effect January 1 2021. Xv. Sections 426-429 Of This Act Shall Take Effect As Provided In Section 432 Of This Act. Xvi. Section 236 Of This Act Shall Take Effect July 1 2021. Xvii. The Remainder Of This Act Shall Take Effect July 1 2019.
Oct 02 2019

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