New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Jim Kofalt

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 409 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to nonresident licensure by the board of barbering, cosmetology, and esthetics.
Jan 10 2023 Executive Session: 02/08/2023 01:30 Pm Lob 306-308
Feb 02 2023
HB 498 (2023 Regular Session)
requiring fish and game officers to obtain a warrant to conduct a search and seizure.
Jan 11 2023 Executive Session: 02/10/2023 11:00 Am Lob 202-204
Feb 01 2023
HB 644 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to regulating barbers, cosmetologists, and estheticians.
Jan 12 2023 Public Hearing: 02/09/2023 02:00 Pm Lob 306-308
Feb 01 2023
HB 539 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to vaccination clinics at schools.
Jan 11 2023 Public Hearing: 02/07/2023 01:45 Pm Lob 205-207
Jan 31 2023
HB 396 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to state recognition of biological sex.
Jan 09 2023 ==Continued== Executive Session: 02/09/2023 09:00 Am Lob 206-208
Jan 30 2023
HB 227 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to fair access to financial services.
Jan 09 2023 Public Hearing: 02/01/2023 02:15 Pm Lob 302-304
Jan 25 2023
SB 246 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to disclosure of post-arrest photographs under the right to know law.
Jan 24 2023 Introduced 01/19/2023 And Referred To Judiciary; Sj 5
Jan 24 2023
SB 219 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to a salary floor for public school teachers.
Jan 24 2023 Introduced 01/19/2023 And Referred To Education; Sj 5
Jan 24 2023
HB 497 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to the confidentiality of records within the division of children, youth, and families.
Jan 11 2023 Public Hearing: 01/24/2023 01:00 Pm Lob 206-208
Jan 19 2023
HB 457 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to state treasury pension and insurance fund management.
Jan 11 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Executive Departments And Administration
Jan 11 2023
HB 557 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to the department of health and human services' rulemaking authority regarding immunization requirements.
Jan 11 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Health, Human Services And Elderly Affairs
Jan 11 2023
HB 499 (2023 Regular Session)
requiring the rules of evidence to apply in family court cases and relative to the admission of certain evidence in family court proceedings.
Jan 11 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Children And Family Law
Jan 11 2023
HB 406 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to parental access to children's medical records.
Jan 10 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Health, Human Services And Elderly Affairs
Jan 10 2023
HB 408 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to foster children and vaccinations.
Jan 10 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Health, Human Services And Elderly Affairs
Jan 10 2023
HB 387 (2023 Regular Session)
permitting election ballots to be viewed pursuant to a right to know request.
Jan 09 2023 Introduced (In Recess Of) 01/05/2023 And Referred To Election Law
Jan 09 2023
HB 185 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to the determination of parental rights and responsibilities based on shared parenting and shared access to the child's records.
Jan 03 2023 Introduced 01/04/2023 And Referred To Children And Family Law
Jan 03 2023
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 Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-4)
Oct 25 2022
HB 1271 (2022 Regular Session)
limiting the authority of the department of health and human services to mandate vaccinations; and relative to quarantine costs.
Nov 19 2021 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 17-0)
Oct 19 2022
HB 551 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to the statewide voter database.
Jan 12 2021 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-0)
Oct 19 2022
HB 1022 (2022 Regular Session)
permitting pharmacists to dispense the drug Ivermectin by means of a standing order and establishing a commission to study the use of Ivermectin to treat Covid-19.
Oct 29 2021 Veto Sustained 09/15/2022: Rc 144-170 Lacking Necessary Two-Thirds Vote Hj 15
Sep 15 2022

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