Bill Sponsors: NH HB271 | 2015 | Regular Session

Bill Title: Relative to possession and administration of an opioid antagonist for opioid-related overdoses.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Passed) 2015-06-03 - Signed by the Governor on 6/2/2015; Chapter 65; Effective Date 6/2/2015 [HB271 Detail]

Text: Latest bill text (Chaptered) [HTML]

Sponsors

NameTypeSponsorshipDistrictFinancialEncyclopediaBiography
Representative Amanda Bouldin [D]PrimarySponsored BillsHD-012FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative Kathleen Hoelzel [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-003FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative William Goulette [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-023FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative Christopher Herbert [D]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-043FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative William Hatch [D]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-006FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative Joseph Hannon [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-025FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative David Luneau [I]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-010FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative John Burt [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-039FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative James Spillane [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-002FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Senator John Reagan [R]CosponsorSponsored BillsSD-017FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart
Representative June Frazer [D]CosponsorSponsored BillsHD-013FollowTheMoneyBallotpediaVoteSmart

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