New Hampshire Representative Tony Lekas [R]

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NHHB1244Engross
50%
Relative to parental consent to medical and dental treatments of children in schools.
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2022-05-17
Enrolled Adopted, Voice Vote, (In recess 05/12/2022); Senate Journal 13
NHHB1487Engross
50%
Relative to the procedure for withdrawal from the vaccine registry.
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2022-05-17
Conference Committee Meeting: 05/17/2022 02:30 pm Legislative Office Building 206-208
NHHB1022Engross
50%
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.
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2022-05-13
House Concurs with Senate Amendment (Rep. M. Pearson): Motion Adopted DV 157-148 05/12/2022 House Journal 13
NHHB1606Engross
50%
Relative to administration of the state immunization registry.
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2022-05-13
House Concurs with Senate Amendment (Rep. M. Pearson): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 05/12/2022 House Journal 13
NHHB1608Enroll
75%
Relative to withdrawal from the state immunization registry.
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2022-05-13
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/12/2022
NHHB1495Engross
50%
Prohibiting the state from requiring businesses to require vaccine or documentation related to vaccination or immunity status.
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2022-05-13
House Concurs with Senate Amendment (Rep. M. Pearson): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 05/12/2022 House Journal 13
NHHB1455Engross
50%
Relative to state enforcement of federal vaccination mandates.
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2022-05-13
House Concurs with Senate Amendment (Rep. M. Pearson): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 05/12/2022 House Journal 13
NHHB1488Enroll
75%
Expanding the prohibition against discrimination based on an individual's election not to participate in the state vaccine registry.
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2022-05-13
Enrolled (in recess of) 05/12/2022
NHHB1101Engross
50%
Relative to a forfeiture of personal property.
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2022-05-05
Refer to Interim Study, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; 05/05/2022; Senate Journal 11
NHSB317Engross
50%
Reducing the interest rate for abatements of paid property taxes.
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2022-05-04
Ought to Pass: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 05/04/2022 House Journal 11
NHHB629Engross
50%
Relative to the home cultivation of cannabis plants and the possession of certain cannabis-infused products.
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2022-04-28
Inexpedient to Legislate, Regular Calendar 15Y-9N, Motion Adopted === BILL KILLED ===; 04/28/2022; Senate Journal 10
NHHB579Engross
50%
Requiring notice to the public before immigration checkpoints are conducted.
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2022-04-14
Inexpedient to Legislate, Regular Calendar 14Y-10N, Motion Adopted === BILL KILLED ===; 04/14/2022; Senate Journal 8
NHCACR24Intro
25%
The attorney general. Providing that the attorney general be elected by a majority vote of the members of the general court in a joint session.
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2022-03-31
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted DV 253-87 03/31/2022 House Journal 9
NHHB1255Intro
25%
Relative to teachers' loyalty.
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2022-03-23
Executive Session: 03/07/2022 01:00 pm Legislative Office Building 205-207
NHHB1371Intro
25%
Relative to school district policies on facial masks of students in schools.
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2022-03-23
Executive Session: 03/07/2022 10:00 am Legislative Office Building 210-211
NHHB1264Intro
25%
Establishing ranked-choice voting for state party primary elections and municipal elections.
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2022-03-21
Remove from Table (Rep. Read): Motion Failed Regular Calendar 116-219 03/16/2022 House Journal 7
NHHB1632Intro
25%
Relative to civil rights education in public elementary and secondary schools.
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2022-03-20
Lay HB1632 on Table (Rep. Ladd): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/16/2022 House Journal 7
NHHB1347Intro
25%
Relative to licensing requirements for health care facilities that operate on a membership-based business model.
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2022-03-20
Lay HB1347 on Table (Rep. M. Pearson): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/16/2022 House Journal 7
NHHB1413Intro
25%
Relative to privacy of online customer information.
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2022-03-18
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted DV 289-47 03/15/2022 House Journal 6
NHCACR35Intro
25%
Relating to cannabis. Providing that all adults have the right to possess, use, and cultivate cannabis, subject to regulation by the legislature.
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2022-03-18
Lay CACR0035 on Table (Rep. Abbas): Motion Adopted DV 260-75 03/15/2022 House Journal 6
NHCACR34Intro
25%
Relating to the use, sale, or cultivation of cannabis. Providing that the state shall make no law prohibiting the use, sale, or cultivation of cannabis for persons over 18 years of age.
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2022-03-18
Lay CACR0034 on Table (Rep. Abbas): Motion Adopted DV 266-68 03/15/2022 House Journal 6
NHHB1519Intro
25%
Defining "religious belief" and protecting it from discrimination.
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2022-03-16
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/16/2022 House Journal 7
NHHB1378Intro
25%
Relative to inspection of public lodging houses.
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2022-03-15
Refer for Interim Study: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/15/2022
NHHB1138Intro
25%
Exempting the display of a front license plate on certain vehicles.
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2022-03-12
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Regular Calendar 226-114 03/10/2022 House Journal 5
NHHB1410Intro
25%
Relative to causes of action involving private business entity policies requiring employees or customers to receive medical treatment.
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2022-03-11
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/10/2022 House Journal 5
NHHB1574Intro
25%
Prohibiting the university system and community college systems of New Hampshire from charging out-of-state tuition to students voting in New Hampshire.
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2022-02-16
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 02/16/2022 House Journal 3
NHHB522Intro
25%
Relative to motor vehicle inspections for new vehicles.
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2022-01-11
Refer for Interim Study: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/05/2022 House Journal 1
NHHCR2Intro
25%
Terminating the state of emergency declared by the governor due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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2022-01-11
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/05/2022 House Journal 1
NHHB63Intro
25%
Relative to the reversal or forgiveness of emergency order violations.
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2022-01-11
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/05/2022 House Journal 1
NHHB325Intro
25%
Relative to termination of a state of emergency by simple resolution.
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2022-01-11
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/05/2022 House Journal 1
NHHB379Intro
25%
Relative to electronic notice.
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2022-01-11
Refer for Interim Study: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/05/2022 House Journal 1
NHHB414Intro
25%
Relative to evacuations under a state of emergency.
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2022-01-10
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Regular Calendar 198-156 01/06/2022 House Journal 1
NHHB72Engross
50%
Relative to ratification of amendments to the state building code and state fire code.
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2022-01-05
Inexpedient to Legislate, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote === BILL KILLED ===; 01/05/2022; Senate Journal 1
NHHB196Engross
50%
Adding trespass as an exception to the charge of criminal threatening.
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2022-01-05
Refer to Interim Study, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; 01/05/2022; Senate Journal 1
NHHB197Engross
50%
Relative to the use of deadly force in defense of another.
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2022-01-05
Refer to Interim Study, Regular Calendar 14Y-10N, Motion Adopted; 01/05/2022; Senate Journal 1
NHHB1610Intro
25%
Requiring the department of health and human services to maintain certain records relative to the vaccine registry.
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2021-12-22
To House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee
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