New Hampshire Representative William Marsh [R]

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NHHB445Intro

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Relative to competitive bidding in Carroll county.
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2021-09-08
To House Municipal and County Government Committee
NHSB98Engross

Sine Die
Relative to the SNAP incentive program.
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2021-08-31
To House Finance Committee
NHHB556Intro

Sine Die
Relative to state-ordered counseling.
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2021-08-18
To House Children and Family Law Committee
NHHB191Intro

Sine Die
Relative to prior authorizations and patient transfers under managed care group health insurance policies.
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2021-08-17
[Hearing: Sep 21 @ 10:00 am]
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHHB65Intro

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Requiring food service establishments to establish food allergy awareness procedures.
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2021-08-17
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHHB343Intro

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Relative to billing for ambulance services.
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2021-08-17
[Hearing: Sep 21 @ 11:30 am]
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHSB69Engross

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Requiring employers to provide access to a sufficient space for nursing mothers and reasonable break time.
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2021-08-17
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHSB68Engross

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Requiring an employer to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees.
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2021-08-17
To House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee
NHHB99PassRelative to seasonal platforms on public waters of the state.
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2021-08-16
Signed by Governor Sununu 08/10/2021; Chapter 181; Eff: 01/01/2022
NHHB120PassRelative to administration of psychotropic medications to children in foster care.
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2021-08-16
Signed by Governor Sununu 08/10/2021; Chapter 182; I. Sec. 12 Eff: 01/01/2023 II. Rem. Eff: 01/01/2022
NHHB187PassRelative to the emergency powers of the commissioner of health and human services and relative to the membership of the oversight committee on health and human services.
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2021-08-16
Law Without Signature 08/11/2021; Chapter 211; Eff: 08/11/2021
NHHB234Intro

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Relative to freedom of speech and association on college campuses.
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2021-08-16
To House Education Committee
NHHB479PassRelative to pharmacist provider status, nicotine cessation therapy, and pharmacy benefit manager requirements.
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2021-08-16
Signed by Governor Sununu 08/10/2021; Chapter 189; I. Sec. 6 Eff: 01/01/2025 II. Sec 1-4 Eff: 01/01/2022 III. Rem. Eff: 08/10/2021
NHHB101PassRelative to the close of a county's books of records.
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2021-08-03
Signed by Governor Sununu 07/30/2021; Chapter 162; Eff: 09/28/2021
NHSB74PassRelative to advance directives for health care decisions.
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2021-08-03
II. Remainder Effective 07/30/2021
NHHB600PassRelative to funding for newborn screening.
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2021-07-26
Signed by Governor Sununu 07/23/2021; Chapter 145; Eff: 11/20/2021
NHSB45PassRelative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
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2021-07-26
II. Remainder Effective 07/23/2021
NHSB120PassRelative to physician assistant medical services through the Manchester Veterans Administration Medical Center.
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2021-07-26
Signed by the Governor on 07/23/2021; Chapter 0151; Effective 09/21/2021
NHSB85PassEstablishing a broadband matching grant initiative and fund.
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2021-07-15
II. Remainder Effective on 07/01/2021
NHHB79PassRelative to town health officers.
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2021-06-09
Signed by Governor Sununu 06/04/2021; Chapter 61; I. Sec. 7 & 8 Eff: 08/03/2021 / II. Rem. Eff: 06/04/2021
NHHB169Intro

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Establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles.
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2021-06-09
To House Science, Technology and Energy Committee
NHHB308Intro

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Relative to broadband access to pole attachments.
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2021-06-09
To House Science, Technology and Energy Committee
NHSB123Engross

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Relative to employer payment of required COVID-19 testing.
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2021-06-04
Lay on Table (Rep. Infantine): Motion Adopted DV 355-10 06/04/2021 House Journal 9 P. 3
NHSB59Engross

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Relative to the collaborative care model service delivery method.
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2021-06-03
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted DV 196-174 06/03/2021 House Journal 8 P. 85
NHHB163PassRelative to cannabis use during pregnancy.
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2021-05-27
Signed by Governor Sununu 05/25/2021; Chapter 47; Eff: 07/24/2021
NHHB381Engross

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Relative to laboratory testing.
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2021-05-20
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
NHSB24PassRelative to the Brewster Academy charter.
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2021-05-10
Signed by the Governor on 05/06/2021; Chapter 0029; Effective 05/06/2021
NHHB67Engross

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Relative to warrant articles in official ballot town, school district, or village district meetings.
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2021-05-06
Inexpedient to Legislate, Regular Calendar 23Y-0N, Motion Adopted === BILL KILLED ===; 05/06/2021; Senate Journal 14
NHHB540Engross

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Relative to supported decision-making as an alternative to guardianship.
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2021-04-29
To Senate Judiciary Committee
NHHB272Engross

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Relative to the labeling and sale of hemp products containing CBD.
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2021-04-22
To Senate Commerce Committee
NHHB62Intro

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Relative to continued in-network access to certain health care providers.
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2021-04-09
Lay on Table (Rep. Hunt): Motion Adopted DV 193-158 04/09/2021 House Journal 7 P. 89
NHHB316Intro

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Requiring a person issued a summons to remain of good behavior.
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2021-04-07
Reconsider (Rep. Osborne): Motion Failed Voice Vote 04/07/2021 House Journal 5 P. 50
NHHB577Intro

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Relative to parenting and divorce cases involving allegations of domestic violence.
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2021-04-07
Reconsider (Rep. Osborne): Motion Failed Voice Vote 04/07/2021 House Journal 5 P. 50
NHHB541Intro

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Relative to the priority of child support payments over other court costs and expenses.
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2021-04-07
Reconsider (Rep. Osborne): Motion Failed Voice Vote 04/07/2021 House Journal 5 P. 50
NHHB95Engross

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Relative to milk pasteurization.
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2021-04-01
Sen. Bradley Moved to Rerefer to Committee, Regular Calendar 23Y-1N, Motion Adopted; 04/01/2021; Senate Journal 10
NHSB121Intro

Sine Die
Relative to a state-based health exchange.
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2021-04-01
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
NHSB150Intro

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Establishing a dental benefit under the state Medicaid program.
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2021-04-01
Pending Motion OT3rdg; 04/01/2021; Senate Journal 10
NHHB389Intro

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Relative to the establishment of a joint legislative emergency executive order oversight committee during a declared state of emergency.
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2021-03-30
To House Legislative Administration Committee
NHHB78Intro

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Relative to certificates of title and drivers' licenses for members of the United States foreign service.
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2021-03-29
To House Transportation Committee
NHHB149Intro

Sine Die
Extending certain civil immunity to public and private entities during major public health emergencies.
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2021-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
NHHB379Intro

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Relative to electronic notice.
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2021-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
NHHB229Intro

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Defining "wake boat."
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2021-03-12
Minority Committee Report: Ought to Pass
NHSB70Intro

Sine Die
Relative to insurance coverage for emergency behavioral health services for children and young adults.
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2021-03-11
To Senate Commerce Committee
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