New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Kate R. Murray

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 601 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to state participation in the Medicaid direct certification program for free and reduced price school meals.
Jan 12 2023 Executive Session: 02/06/2023 09:30 Am Lob 205-207
Jan 31 2023
HB 151 (2023 Regular Session)
establishing a committee to study the issue of unmarried cohabitants, domestic partnerships, and common law marriage.
Dec 28 2022 Minority Committee Report: Inexpedient To Legislate
Jan 27 2023
HB 650 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to prohibiting suspension of driver's licenses due to nonpayment of fines or fees.
Jan 17 2023 Executive Session: 01/31/2023 01:00 Pm Lob 201-203
Jan 25 2023
HB 105 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to the registration of medical spas.
Dec 23 2022 Public Hearing: 01/25/2023 11:30 Am Lob 306-308
Jan 18 2023
HB 341 (2023 Regular Session)
establishing licensure for massage establishments.
Jan 09 2023 Public Hearing: 01/25/2023 10:45 Am Lob 306-308
Jan 18 2023
HB 361 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to Pease development authority board of directors.
Jan 09 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Public Works And Highways
Jan 09 2023
HB 1429 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing licensure for massage establishments.
Dec 01 2021 Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 8-5)
Oct 26 2022
HB 169 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles.
Jan 04 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 07/01/2022; Chapter 286; I. Sec 2 Eff. 12/01/2022 Ii. Rem Eff. 07/01/2022 Hj 14
Jul 07 2022
SB 305 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to the operation of personal water craft in marked channels from Hampton Falls to Hampton Harbor.
Dec 14 2021 Signed By The Governor On 06/07/2022; Chapter 0162; Effective 06/07/2022
Jun 08 2022
HB 1673 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to certain provisions of the fetal life protection act requiring an ultrasound examination.
Dec 30 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 05/20/2022; Chapter ; Eff. 05/20/2022
May 24 2022
SB 291 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing a committee to study the issue of unmarried cohabitants, domestic partnerships, and common law marriage.
Dec 14 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Dv 179-143 04/21/2022 Hj 10
Apr 21 2022
HB 1443 (2022 Regular Session)
proclaiming the first Monday of March as COVID-19 Victims and Survivors Memorial Day.
Dec 01 2021 Removed From Consent (Rep. Meuse) 03/10/2022 Hj 5
Mar 21 2022
HB 169 (2021 Regular Session)
establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles.
Jan 04 2021 Committee Report: Ought To Pass 11/04/2021 (Vote 21-0; Cc) Hc 48 P. 15
Nov 08 2021
HB 529 (2021 Regular Session)
relative to cruelty to a wild animal, fish, or wild bird.
Jan 12 2021 Signed By Governor Sununu 07/28/2021; Chapter 156; Eff: 01/01/2022
Jul 29 2021
HB 184 (2021 Regular Session)
relative to the operation of personal water craft around the marshlands or flats of the Rye estuary and the New Castle back channel.
Jan 04 2021 Veto Sustained 06/24/2021: Rc 173-182 Lacking Necessary Two-Thirds Vote
Jun 24 2021
SB 110 (2021 Regular Session)
relative to animals in motor vehicles.
Jan 29 2021 Lay On Table (Rep. Abbas): Ma Dv 210-158 06/03/2021 Hj 8 P. 93
Jun 03 2021
HB 516 (2021 Regular Session)
allowing voters to vote by absentee ballot.
Jan 12 2021 Minority Committee Report: Ought To Pass
Mar 25 2021
HB 557 (2021 Regular Session)
relative to the authority of state and county correctional facilities to discipline inmates using close or solitary confinement.
Jan 12 2021 Minority Committee Report: Ought To Pass With Amendment # 2021-0746h
Mar 23 2021
HB 590 (2021 Regular Session)
relative to paid sick time.
Jan 13 2021 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Rc 202-148 02/24/2021 Hj 3 P. 81
Feb 24 2021
HB 1595 (2020 Regular Session)
relative to the referral of minors convicted of alcohol and drug related offenses to the department of health and human services.
Dec 04 2019 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 14-1)
Oct 20 2020

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