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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2021. The legislature has yet to publish all of the bill texts. Citizens Count will continue to add bills to this page as their text is released. Our analysts read every single bill and summarize it in plain language so you can easily discover what's really up for debate. Interested in testifying for or against a bill this year? Read our tutorial.

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Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 253 (2021) Active Require body cameras for law enforcement
HB 254 (2021) Active Limit juvenile detention at Sununu Youth Services Center
HB 255 (2021) Active Limited liability for businesses related to COVID-19 exposure
HB 256 (2021) Active Add Londonderry to PFAS impact commission
HB 257 (2021) Active Restrict political activities and statements by schools and school employees
HB 258 (2021) Active

Requires an employer to permit an employee to electronically sign or…

HB 259 (2021) No

Allows an employee to purchase optional or alternative uniforms offered…

HB 260 (2021) Active Eliminate requirement for front license plates
HB 261 (2021) Active Loosen apprenticeship requirements
HB 262 (2021) Active Requires local bylaws and ordinances to state the enabling state law.
HB 263 (2021) Active Various campaign finance changes
HB 264 (2021) Active Requires health care providers to provide a cost quote for non-emergency…
HB 265 (2021) Active Require bottled water to meet public drinking water standards
HB 266 (2021) Active Require enforcement of federal immigration law at local level
HB 267 (2021) Active Acoustic standards for schools
HB 268 (2021) Active Require bicycles to travel on the left, facing traffic
HB 269 (2021) Active Prohibits the abandonment of underwater cables.
HB 270 (2021) Active Expand access to post-conviction DNA testing
HB 271 (2021) Active Change references to PFAS
HB 272 (2021) Active Regulate CBD and hemp products
HB 273 (2021) Active Proclaims May 13, 2021 as Youth Franchise and Youth Officeholder Day in…
HB 274 (2021) No Add 5% state contribution to teacher, police, and fire retirement funds
HB 275 (2021) Active Restrict governor's emergency powers and add legislative oversight
HB 276 (2021) Active Repeal law requiring schools to provide menstrual hygiene products
HB 277 (2021) Active Allow legislature to end state of emergency order by petition with simple majority
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