New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Gary L. Woods

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 1421 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to lead in school drinking water.
Dec 01 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 07/08/2022; Chapter 325; 07/08/2022 Hj 14
Jul 13 2022
SB 289 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to glucagon administration and relative to the dispenser report under the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
Dec 14 2021 Signed By The Governor On 06/17/2022; Chapter 0215
Jun 22 2022
HB 1320 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to public exposure of deceased human bodies.
Nov 20 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 06/17/2022; Chapter 192; Eff. 08/16/2022 Hj 14
Jun 22 2022
HB 1038 (2022 Regular Session)
naming a bridge in Londonderry in honor of Robert J. Prowse and a bridge in Portsmouth in honor of Staff Sergeant Jesse E. Sherrill.
Nov 02 2021 Enrolled (In Recess Of) 05/26/2022
Jun 09 2022
HB 1602 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to perfluorinated chemicals in drinking water.
Dec 21 2021 Interim Study Work Session: 06/22/2022 10:00 Am Lob 305-307
Jun 06 2022
HB 1263 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to prescribed studies on health, physical education, wellness, and personal finance literacy in schools.
Nov 19 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 05/27/2022; Chapter 112; Eff. 07/01/2022
Jun 01 2022
SB 220 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to establishing a committee to study licensure of mental health professionals.
Dec 14 2021 Signed By The Governor On 05/27/2022; Chapter 0125; Effective 05/27/2022
Jun 01 2022
HB 1644 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to the placement of telecommunication antennae and establishing a registry for residents who are experiencing biological symptoms from wireless radiation exposure.
Dec 27 2021 Interim Study Work Session Work Session: 05/31/2022 10:00 Am Lob 306-308
May 25 2022
SB 279 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing a study committee on harm reduction and overdose prevention programs.
Dec 14 2021 Signed By The Governor On 05/20/2022; Chapter 0090; Effective 05/20/2022
May 24 2022
HB 1435 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to the right of a victim of domestic violence to have a support person present when testifying or being deposed.
Dec 01 2021 Interim Study Work Session: 06/08/2022 09:00 Am Lob 206-208
May 18 2022
SB 319 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to vaccination status and wellness incentives.
Dec 14 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Dv 179-150 05/04/2022 Hj 11
May 04 2022
HB 1346 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing a commission to study the New Hampshire family court system.
Nov 20 2021 Refer To Interim Study, Ma, Vv; 04/14/2022; Sj 8
Apr 14 2022
HB 1642 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to lead testing in children.
Dec 27 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/31/2022 Hj 9
Mar 31 2022
HB 1633 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to requiring COVID-19 vaccination for school attendance.
Jan 11 2022 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/15/2022 Hj 6
Mar 21 2022
HB 1332 (2022 Regular Session)
excepting public universities and colleges from requirements under medical freedom in immunizations.
Nov 20 2021 Lay Hb1332 On Table (Rep. Ladd): Ma Rc 172-142 03/16/2022 Hj 7
Mar 21 2022
HB 1007 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to qualifications for office.
Oct 29 2021 Lay Hb1007 On Table (Rep. Hill): Ma Rc 186-150 03/17/2022 Hj 8
Mar 17 2022
HB 1162 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to requiring insurance coverage for vaccinations, devices, and medications authorized for emergency use by the United States Food and Drug Administration.
Nov 17 2021 Refer For Interim Study: Ma Vv 03/15/2022 Hj 6
Mar 15 2022
HB 1013 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to meetings of the New Hampshire rare disease advisory council.
Oct 29 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/10/2022 Hj 5
Mar 12 2022
HB 1550 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to the right of children and teenagers to testify in family court proceedings.
Dec 14 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/10/2022 Hj 5
Mar 11 2022
HB 1199 (2022 Regular Session)
prohibiting reunification therapy.
Nov 18 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/10/2022 Hj 5
Mar 11 2022

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