New Hampshire Representative Tony Lekas [R]

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NHHB46Engross
50%
Establishing a committee to study replacement of bail commissioners with court magistrates and relative to delinquent payment of accounts by on premises and off premises licensees and relative to electronic payments to employee debit cards.
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2023-06-01
Without Objection, the Clerk is authorized to make technical and administrative corrections which are necessary to reflect the intent of the Senate, Motion Adopted; 06/01/2023; Senate Journal 16
NHSB105Engross
50%
Relative to information collected by the division of vital records administration as part of the live birth worksheet.
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2023-05-30
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment # 2023-1728h 05/23/2023 (Vote 20-0; Consent Calendar)
NHHB360Engross
50%
An act legalizing cannabis for persons 21 years of age or older.
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2023-05-18
Pending Motion Inexpedient to Legislate; 05/18/2023; Senate Journal 15
NHHB555Engross
50%
Appropriating state general fund surplus toward the retirement system unfunded accrued liability.
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2023-05-11
Pending Motion Committee Amendment # 2023-1433s; 05/11/2023; Senate Journal 14
NHHB193PassRelative to administration of the New Hampshire retirement system.
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2023-05-08
Signed by Governor Sununu 05/04/2023; Chapter 19; eff: 07/03/2023
NHHB127Engross
50%
Relative to the declaration of a state of emergency.
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2023-04-13
Inexpedient to Legislate, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote === BILL KILLED ===; 04/13/2023; Senate Journal 13
NHHB198Engross
50%
Modifying the new resident drivers' license transfer requirement.
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2023-04-13
To Senate Transportation Committee
NHHB91Intro
25%
Relative to privacy obligations of the department of health and human services.
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2023-03-28
To House Finance Committee
NHHB539Intro
25%
Relative to vaccination clinics at schools.
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2023-03-22
Lay HB539 on Table (Rep. Ladd): Motion Adopted Regular Calendar 257-123 03/22/2023 House Journal 10 P. 68
NHHB559Intro
25%
Establishing a state retirement plan group for new state employee members of the retirement system.
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2023-03-13
To House Executive Departments and Administration Committee
NHHB647Intro
25%
Relative to causes of action for individual rights.
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2023-03-09
Lay HB647 on Table (Rep. Alexander Jr.): Motion Adopted DV 333-37 03/09/2023 House Journal 8 P. 56
NHHB344Intro
25%
Relative to the home cultivation of cannabis plants and the possession of certain cannabis-infused products.
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2023-02-24
To House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
NHHB110Intro
25%
Prohibiting the use of state funds for new passenger rail projects.
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2023-02-15
To House Public Works and Highways Committee
NHHB650Intro
25%
Relative to prohibiting suspension of driver's licenses due to nonpayment of fines or fees.
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2023-02-15
To House Transportation Committee
NHHB62Intro
25%
Relative to adjusting the road toll.
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2023-02-14
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 02/14/2023 House Journal 5
NHHB164Intro
25%
Relative to prohibiting towns from criminalizing the right to peacefully and orderly assemble.
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2023-02-14
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 02/14/2023 House Journal 5
NHHB187Intro
25%
Permitting a police chief or other designated law enforcement officer to serve process.
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2023-02-14
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 02/14/2023 House Journal 5
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