New Hampshire Legislature | 2015 | Regular Session

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Active New Hampshire Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
HB190Establishing a statutory commission to study the standards for collaborative pharmacy practice.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2015-1337s, 4/30/15; Vote 5-0; Consent Calendar; Senate Calendar 19
HB523Relative to the jurisdiction of the penalty appeal board.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Vote 5-0; Consent Calendar; Senate Calendar 19
SB116Repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.2015-04-17
Minority Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate
HB109Relative to the testing of backflow devices.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19
HB344Relative to membership on advisory boards for municipal economic development and revitalization districts and relative to the financing plan of such districts.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2015-1320s, New Title, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19
HB559Relative to vehicle registration by entities doing business in New Hampshire.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19
HB522Making certain changes in the law governing toxic substances in the workplace to comply with federal law.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Vote 5-0; Consent Calendar; Senate Calendar 19
HB162Transferring authority for explosives and fireworks rules from the director of state police to the commissioner of safety.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19
HB607Relative to fees for carrying a concealed firearm.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19
HB362Relative to the reliability of the electric grid.2015-04-17
=== RESCHEDULED === Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 4/30/15; Senate Calendar 19

Top New Hampshire Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Del. Daniel Itse [R]54Syndicate content
Del. Alfred Baldasaro [R]40Syndicate content
Del. J.R. Hoell [R]38Syndicate content
Del. Robert Cushing [D]33Syndicate content
Del. James Spillane [R]33Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. John Reagan [R]117Syndicate content
Sen. Sharon Carson [R]116Syndicate content
Sen. Martha Clark [D]114Syndicate content
Sen. Sam Cataldo [R]95Syndicate content
Sen. David Watters [D]88Syndicate content

Most Viewed New Hampshire Bills

BillSummaryText
HB552Requiring the state treasurer to develop an implementation plan for the state to accept bitcoin as payment for taxes and fees.Bill Text
SB116Repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.Bill Text
HB2Relative to state fees, funds, revenues, and expenditures.Bill Text
HB582Repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.Bill Text
HB373Establishing the red-tailed hawk as the New Hampshire state raptor.Bill Text
HCR2Applying to Congress to hold a convention for amendments.Bill Text
HB685Prohibiting a state agency, state employee, or political subdivision from enforcing any federal law regarding a firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition.Bill Text
HB618Relative to penalties for the possession of marijuana.Bill Text
SB105Relative to child-resistant packaging for tobacco products and establishing a committee to study revising the indoor smoking act.Bill Text
HB356Exempting persons using private virtual currencies for internet commerce from the licensing requirements for money transmitters.Bill Text

Most Monitored New Hampshire Bills

BillSummaryText
SB116Repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.Bill Text
HB582Repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.Bill Text
HB685Prohibiting a state agency, state employee, or political subdivision from enforcing any federal law regarding a firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition.Bill Text
HB618Relative to penalties for the possession of marijuana.Bill Text
HB124Relative to the implementation of new college and career readiness standards.Bill Text
HB617Requiring state police to wear a camera when interacting with the public.Bill Text
HB552Requiring the state treasurer to develop an implementation plan for the state to accept bitcoin as payment for taxes and fees.Bill Text
HB593Permitting qualifying patients and registered caregivers to cultivate cannabis for therapeutic use.Bill Text
HB512Prohibiting confiscation of firearms, ammunition, or firearms accessories during a state of emergency.Bill Text
HB276Providing that school districts shall not be required to adopt the common core standards.Bill Text

New Hampshire Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2015Regular Session90016BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session914333BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session816313BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1063348BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session872310BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session986397BrowseSearchDownload
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