New Hampshire Legislature | 2022 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

BillSummaryAction
HB1454Relative to permits for the siting of new landfills.2022-06-29
Vetoed by Governor Sununu 06/24/2022 House Journal 14
HB1022Permitting 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-19.2022-06-29
Vetoed by Governor Sununu 06/24/2022 House Journal 14
HB1421Relative to lead in school drinking water.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
HB1567Relative to consequences resulting from election official misconduct.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
HB1148Relative to a report on the authority of government entities subordinate to the state to restrict the types of fuel sources that may be used for energy.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
HB1547Relative to per fluorinated chemical remediation in soil and procedures for certain hazardous waste generators.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
HB2022Relative to the 10-year transportation plan.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
SB401Making appropriations to the department of transportation for local highway aid and to the body-worn and dashboard camera fund, and permitting the department of transportation to operate dash cameras in fleet vehicles.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
SB302Establishing the personal privacy protection act.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14
HB1269Relative to certain legislative study committees.2022-06-27
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/26/2022 House Journal 14

Top New Hampshire Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. William Marsh [D]64Syndicate content
Rep. Brodie Deshaies [R]53Syndicate content
Rep. Glenn Cordelli [R]46Syndicate content
Rep. John Potucek [R]44Syndicate content
Rep. Timothy Lang [R]44Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. David Watters [D]185Syndicate content
Sen. Thomas Sherman [D]150Syndicate content
Sen. Suzanne Prentiss [D]131Syndicate content
Sen. Cindy Rosenwald [D]122Syndicate content
Sen. Becky Whitley [D]118Syndicate content

Top New Hampshire Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Election Law1Syndicate content
Finance1Syndicate content
Commerce and Consumer Affairs1Syndicate content
Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs1Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary13Syndicate content
Executive Departments and Administration4Syndicate content
Commerce4Syndicate content

Most Viewed New Hampshire Bills

BillSummaryText
HB1022Permitting 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.Bill Text
HB1431Establishing the parental bill of rights.Bill Text
HB1178Prohibiting the state from enforcing any federal statute, regulation, or Presidential Executive Order that restricts or regulates the right of the people to keep and bear arms.Bill Text
HB1598Legalizing the possession and use of cannabis.Bill Text
HB1131Relative to facial covering policies for schools.Bill Text
HB1671Relative to the content of an adequate education.Bill Text
HB1469Establishing a committee to study the need for anti-discrimination legislation in the New Hampshire financial services industry.Bill Text
HB1633Relative to requiring COVID-19 vaccination for school attendance.Bill Text
HB1115Relative to record of educational attainment under the educational freedom account program.Bill Text
SB249Prohibiting planning and zoning ordinances that prohibit short-term rentals.Bill Text

Most Monitored New Hampshire Bills

BillSummaryText
HB1022Permitting 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.Bill Text
HB1131Relative to facial covering policies for schools.Bill Text
HB1633Relative to requiring COVID-19 vaccination for school attendance.Bill Text
HB1210Relative to exemptions from vaccine mandates.Bill Text
HB1255Relative to teachers' loyalty.Bill Text
HB1431Establishing the parental bill of rights.Bill Text
HB1671Relative to the content of an adequate education.Bill Text
SB249Prohibiting planning and zoning ordinances that prohibit short-term rentals.Bill Text
HB1224Prohibiting state and local governments from adopting certain mandates in response to COVID-19; and prohibiting employers and places of public accommodation from discriminating on the basis of vaccination status.Bill Text
HB1598Legalizing the possession and use of cannabis.Bill Text

New Hampshire Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2022Regular Session1211323BrowseSearchDownload
2021Regular Session776245BrowseSearchDownload
2020Regular Session122245BrowseSearchDownload
2019Regular Session1000360BrowseSearchDownload
2018Regular Session1112385BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session872276BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session1079335BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session904292BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session914333BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session816313BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1063348BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session872310BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session986397BrowseSearchDownload
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