New Hampshire Representative Dan Hynes [R]

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NHHB516Intro
25%
Relative to freedom of speech and association at public institutions of higher education.
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2023-01-30
To House Education Committee
NHHB543Intro
25%
Relative to discrimination against veterans and price discrimination among other protected classes.
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2023-01-30
[Hearing: Feb 8 @ 11:00 am]
[Hearing: Feb 9 @ 9:00 am]
To House Judiciary Committee
NHHB173Intro
25%
Relative to toilet facilities provided by restaurants.
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2023-01-26
[Hearing: Feb 1 @ 10:00 am]
[Hearing: Feb 2 @ 1:30 pm]
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHHB388Intro
25%
Relative to number plates for motor vehicles.
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2023-01-25
[Hearing: Jan 31 @ 1:00 pm]
To House Transportation Committee
NHHB650Intro
25%
Relative to prohibiting suspension of driver's licenses due to nonpayment of fines or fees.
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2023-01-25
[Hearing: Jan 31 @ 1:00 pm]
To House Transportation Committee
NHCACR5Intro
25%
Relating to fundamental rights. Providing that the constitution protects the right to marry.
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2023-01-24
To House Judiciary Committee
NHCACR6Intro
25%
Relating to the retirement age for judges. Providing that the mandatory judicial retirement age shall be increased from 70 to 75.
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2023-01-24
To House Judiciary Committee
NHHB164Intro
25%
Relative to prohibiting towns from criminalizing the right to peacefully and orderly assemble.
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2023-01-24
To House Judiciary Committee
NHHB160Intro
25%
Relative to public display of chest.
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2023-01-24
[Hearing: Feb 3 @ 9:00 am]
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB302Intro
25%
Relative to including education in the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the New Hampshire constitution for New Hampshire law enforcement.
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2023-01-24
[Hearing: Feb 3 @ 9:00 am]
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB360Intro
25%
An act legalizing cannabis for persons 21 years of age or older.
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2023-01-18
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB473Intro
25%
Relative to penalties for controlled drug violations.
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2023-01-18
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB498Intro
25%
Requiring fish and game officers to obtain a warrant to conduct a search and seizure.
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2023-01-18
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB545Intro
25%
Amending the victims' bill of rights.
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2023-01-18
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB503Intro
25%
Relative to the rights afforded to a person accused of a crime.
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2023-01-18
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB31Intro
25%
Repealing the prohibition on the possession or sale of blackjacks, slung shots, and metallic knuckles.
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2023-01-11
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB402Intro
25%
Relative to prohibiting false statements against candidates.
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2023-01-11
To House Election Law Committee
NHHB423Intro
25%
Relative to accessory dwelling unit uses allowed by right.
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2023-01-10
To House Municipal and County Government Committee
NHCACR8Intro
25%
Relating to a constitutional right to birth control. Providing that the constitution protects the right to access birth control.
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2023-01-10
To House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee
NHHB277Intro
25%
Relative to patients' right to sterilization treatment.
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2023-01-09
To House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee
NHHB387Intro
25%
Permitting election ballots to be viewed pursuant to a right to know request.
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2023-01-09
To House Election Law Committee
NHHB378Intro
25%
Requiring a health care provider to inform and offer to take and preserve blood and urine samples from a patient who may have been drugged or sexually assaulted.
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2023-01-09
To House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee
NHHB198Intro
25%
Modifying the new resident drivers' license transfer requirement.
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2023-01-03
To House Transportation Committee
NHHB127Intro
25%
Relative to the declaration of a state of emergency.
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2022-12-23
To House Executive Departments and Administration Committee
NHHB62Intro
25%
Relative to adjusting the road toll.
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2022-12-23
To House Public Works and Highways Committee
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