Sponsored by John Reagan - New Hampshire (Current)

StatusStateBillSummary/TitleLast Actionsort icon
Engross
50%
NHSB203Relative to permissible uses of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards.
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2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-0)
Intro
25%
NHHB1616Making changes to the therapeutic cannabis laws.
[Detail][Text]
2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-1)
Intro
25%
NHHB435Relative to funding for chartered public school pupils.
[Detail][Text]
2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 12-10)
Intro
25%
NHHB326Relative to licensure of polysomnographers by the board of respiratory care practitioners.
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2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 8-7)
Engross
50%
NHSB407Relative to wolf hybrids.
[Detail][Text]
2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 11-0)
Engross
50%
NHSB415Transferring surplus revenues to the revenue stabilization reserve account.
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2014-10-31
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 13-10)
Pass
100%
NHSB235Relative to the patients trust fund and relative to a 10-bed psychiatric crisis unit.
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2014-08-05
Signed by the Governor on 08/01/2014; Chapter 0315; Effective 07/01/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB213Establishing a registry for provider orders for life-sustaining treatment.
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2014-08-05
Law Without Signature 08/02/2014; Chapter 0328; Effective 07/01/2015; Art 44, Pt II, NH Constitution
Pass
100%
NHSB193Establishing a commission to study pathways to oral health care in New Hampshire.
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2014-08-05
II. Remainder Effective 08/01/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB385Relative to examination requirements for chiropractors and the definition of practitioner within the system of touch therapy.
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2014-08-05
Signed by the Governor on 08/01/2014; Chapter 0322; Effective 09/30/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB239Relative to the statewide emergency notification system.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-29
Signed by the Governor on 07/28/2014; Chapter 0285; Effective 09/26/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB204Relative to a benefit for certain medical conditions covered by workers compensation and establishing a commission to study soft tissue injuries under workers compensation and to study the feasibility of developing a first responders critical injury ...
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2014-07-23
III. Remainder Effective 07/21/14
Pass
100%
NHSB270Establishing a commission to study mental health implementation in New Hampshire
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2014-07-23
II. Remainder Effective 07/22/14
Pass
100%
NHSB350Relative to the transfer of adequacy aid estimates from the department of education to the department of revenue administration.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-23
Signed by the Governor on 07/21/2014; Chapter 0247; Effective 09/19/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB1434Relative to surrogate health care decision making by a family member or friend.
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2014-07-22
Signed by the Governor on 7/21/2014; Chapter 0239; Effective Date 1/1/2015.
Pass
100%
NHSB310Authorizing tenant brewing.
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2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 07/11/2014; Chapter 0200; Effective 07/01/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB229Relative to the use and disclosure of protected health information.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 07/11/2014; Chapter 0189; Effective 09/09/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB236Relative to delivery of the final budget and recommendation of the municipal budget committee to the governing body and ratifying the approval of a bond by the town of Windham, requiring separate warrant articles for contingency funds, relative to th...
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2014-07-18
II. Remainder Effective 09/09/14
Pass
100%
NHHB1442Relative to mental health courts.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 7/14/2014; Chapter 0222; Effective Date 7/14/2014.
Pass
100%
NHSB306Establishing a commission to study New Hampshire mortgage foreclosure law, new federal regulations, and fair foreclosure practices.
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2014-07-18
II. Remainder Effective 07/11/14
Pass
100%
NHSB259Establishing a palliative care center for health care consumers and providers and continually appropriating a special fund.
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2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 07/14/2014; Chapter 0228; Effective 09/12/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB371Requiring the establishment of a senior citizens bill of rights.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 07/11/2014; Chapter 0203; Effective 01/01/2015
Pass
100%
NHSB381Relative to the membership of the joint legislative oversight committee on the emergency management system.
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2014-07-18
Signed by the Governor on 07/11/2014; Chapter 0206; Effective 09/09/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB1186Relative to rulemaking authority of certain occupational boards concerning examinations.
[Detail][Text]
2014-07-17
Signed by the Governor on 7/11/2014; Chapter 0174; Effective date 9/9/2014.
Pass
100%
NHHB1489Establishing a committee to study the establishment of a fund to reimburse costs associated with firefighters who have cancer.
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2014-07-17
Signed by the Governor on 7/11/2014; Chapter 0182; Effective date 7/11/2014.
Pass
100%
NHSB394Relative to the recognition of out of state marriages, uniform marriage recognition law, civil union recognition, and gender neutral references.
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2014-07-11
Signed by the Governor on 07/10/14; Chapter 0160; Effective 07/10/14
Pass
100%
NHHB1579Relative to penalties for violations of trapping laws and relative to education requirements for issuance of a trapping license.
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2014-07-01
Signed by the Governor on 6/30/2014; Chapter 0155; Effective 1/01/2015
Pass
100%
NHSB267Extending the effective date for integrated land development permits.
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2014-07-01
Signed by the Governor on 06/30/14; Chapter 0156; Effective 06/30/14
Pass
100%
NHSB221Relative to private postsecondary career schools and relative to the authority of the board of barbering, cosmetology, and esthetics.
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2014-06-27
Signed by the Governor on 06/16/14; Chapter 0132; Effective 06/16/14
Pass
100%
NHSB327Relative to economic revitalization zone tax credits.
[Detail][Text]
2014-06-27
Signed by the Governor on 06/16/14; Chapter 0139; Effective 08/15/14
Pass
100%
NHSB339Relative to instituting a credit card affinity program in which fees received are directed to offset the retirement systems unfunded liability.
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2014-06-27
Signed by the Governor on 06/16/14; Chapter 0142; Effective 06/16/14
Pass
100%
NHHB584Relative to covered prescription drugs.
[Detail][Text]
2014-06-27
Signed by the Governor on 6/16/2014; Chapter 0120; Effective 8/15/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB325Relative to oil spill preparedness and response.
[Detail][Text]
2014-06-27
Signed by the Governor on 06/16/14; Chapter 0137; Effective 06/16/14
Pass
100%
NHHB1173Relative to the report submission date of the state retiree health plan commission.
[Detail][Text]
2014-06-16
Signed by the Governor on 6/11/2014; Chapter 0089; Effective 8/10/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB1545Relative to voting booths.
[Detail][Text]
2014-06-16
Signed by the Governor on 6/11/2014; Chapter 0105; Effective 8/10/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB257Establishing a commission to study the sale of beer in refillable containers.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
II. Rem. eff. 05/27/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB1197Permitting the construction of a dam at the natural outlet of Jenness Pond in the town of Northwood.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
Signed by the Governor on 5/27/2014; Chapter 0053; Effective 5/27/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB1392Removing the restriction on the number of pupils eligible to transfer to a chartered public school.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
Signed by the Governor on 5/27/2014; Chapter 0061; Effective 7/26/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB234Relative to procedural changes in the law governing therapeutic use of cannabis.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
Signed by the Governor on 05/27/2014; Chapter 0072; Effective 07/26/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB216Relative to designating an alternate trustee of the trust fund.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
Signed by the Governor on 05/27/2014; Chapter 0070; Effective 07/26/2014
Pass
100%
NHHB587Relative to medical examination requirements for commercial drivers' licenses.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-28
Signed by the Governor on 5/27/2014; Chapter 0035; Effective 7/26/2014
Engross
50%
NHSB283Relative to disposition of funds obtained by the attorney general.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-22
Sen. Forrester Moved Nonconcur with House Amendment 1665h; Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; Senate Journal 14
Pass
100%
NHSB357Naming a scenic overlook and the visitor center on the northbound side of I-93 in Hooksett in honor of Raymond S. Burton.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-16
Signed by the Governor on 05/14/2014; Chapter 0012; Effective 05/14/2014
Pass
100%
NHSB226Relative to reporting of health care associated infections.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-15
Signed by the Governor on 05/14/2014; Chapter 0008; Effective 05/14/2014
Engross
50%
NHHB1622Permitting qualifying patients and registered caregivers to cultivate cannabis for therapeutic use.
[Detail][Text]
2014-05-01
Refer to Interim Study, Motion Adopted, Regular Calendar 14Y-9N; Senate Journal 11
Engross
50%
NHHB1143Relative to the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination.
[Detail][Text]
2014-04-17
Inexpedient to Legislate, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote === BILL KILLED ===; Senate Journal 9
Intro
25%
NHHB1577Relative to regulating alkaline hydrolysis for the disposal of human remains.
[Detail][Text]
2014-04-17
Without objection returned to House per Senate Rule 3-21; Senate Journal 9
Pass
100%
NHSB223Authorizing municipalities to enter into contracts for the private funding and repayment of construction of sewer systems.
[Detail][Text]
2014-04-14
Signed by the Governor on 04/11/2014; Chapter 0004; Effective 04/11/2014
Intro
25%
NHSB328Authorizing the commissioner of the department of health and human services to transfer funds within and among accounting units.
[Detail][Text]
2014-03-27
Inexpedient to Legislate, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote === BILL KILLED ===; Senate Journal 8
Intro
25%
NHHB1239Relative to the implementation of new educational standards.
[Detail][Text]
2014-03-26
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Regular Calendar 182-124
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