Legislative Research: NH HB501 | 2021 | Regular Session

Other Sessions

SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
2021
Regular Session

(Introduced)
Establishing a minimum pay rate for adjunct faculty of the university system of New Hampshire and community college system of New Hampshire.
[HB501 2021 Detail][HB501 2021 Text][HB501 2021 Comments]
2021-04-07
Reconsider (Rep. Osborne): Motion Failed Voice Vote 04/07/2021 House Journal 5 P. 50
2020
Regular Session

(Engrossed - Dead)
Using fees from registration of commercial animal food sellers to fund the cost of care program in the department of agriculture, markets, and food and establishing a commission to study the identification of unregistered animal feed products being s...
[HB501 2020 Detail][HB501 2020 Text][HB501 2020 Comments]
2020-06-16
Introduced 06/16/2020, and Laid on Table, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; 06/16/2020; Senate Journal 8
2019
Regular Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Establishing a cost of care fund to assist municipalities caring for animals during animal cruelty cases.
[HB501 2019 Detail][HB501 2019 Text][HB501 2019 Comments]
2019-11-14
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment # 2019-2856h (Vote 18-0; Consent Calendar)
2017
Regular Session

(Passed)
Relative to access to minutes of meetings of condominium unit owner's associations.
[HB501 2017 Detail][HB501 2017 Text][HB501 2017 Comments]
2017-06-19
Signed by Governor Sununu 06/16/2017; Chapter 140; Eff. 8/15/2017
2016
Regular Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Allowing municipalities to grant a veterans property tax credit to residents who served not less than one year active duty in the armed forces.
[HB501 2016 Detail][HB501 2016 Text][HB501 2016 Comments]
2016-01-06
Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 01/06/2016 House Journal 4 P. 48
2015
Regular Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Allowing municipalities to grant a veterans property tax credit to residents who served not less than one year active duty in the armed forces.
[HB501 2015 Detail][HB501 2015 Text][HB501 2015 Comments]
2015-11-12
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for Jan 6 (Vote 13-0; Consent Calendar); House Calendar 67, PG. 9-10
2013
Regular Session

(Failed)
Instituting a state minimum hourly rate.
[HB501 2013 Detail][HB501 2013 Text][HB501 2013 Comments]
2013-05-23
Inexpedient to Legislate, Regular Calendar 13Y-11N Motion Adopted, === BILL KILLED ===;
2011
Regular Session

(Failed)
Requiring the teaching of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in public schools.
[HB501 2011 Detail][HB501 2011 Text][HB501 2011 Comments]
2011-03-15
House Inexpedient to Legislate: Motion Adopted Voice Vote; House Journal 26, PG.707

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Legislative Citation

APA
NH HB501 | 2021 | Regular Session. (2021, April 07). LegiScan. Retrieved July 28, 2021, from https://legiscan.com/NH/bill/HB501/2021
MLA
"NH HB501 | 2021 | Regular Session." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 07 Apr. 2021. Web. 28 Jul. 2021. <https://legiscan.com/NH/bill/HB501/2021>.
Chicago
"NH HB501 | 2021 | Regular Session." April 07, 2021 LegiScan. Accessed July 28, 2021. https://legiscan.com/NH/bill/HB501/2021.
Turabian
LegiScan. NH HB501 | 2021 | Regular Session. 07 April 2021. https://legiscan.com/NH/bill/HB501/2021 (accessed July 28, 2021).

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