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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2022. 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.

Displaying 26 - 50 of 381
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1016 (2022) Active Revise license requirements for speech language pathologists
HB 1017 (2022) Active Make it a felony to harm an essential worker
HB 1018 (2022) Active Change the board of medical imaging and radiation therapy into an advisory board
HB 1019 (2022) Active Study replacing licenses with mandatory minimum liability insurance requirements
HB 1020 (2022) Active Allow police and fire to use more red and blue lights
HB 1021 (2022) Active Prohibit zoning, other property regulations aimed at restricting religious activities
HB 1022 (2022) Active Allow pharmacists to dispense ivermectin
HB 1023 (2022) Active Remove registration requirements for athlete agents
HB 1024 (2022) Active Allow lower local speed limits
HB 1025 (2022) Active Make it a misdemeanor to interrupt or interfere with a law enforcement officer
HB 1026 (2022) Active Allow budget committee to require full line item detail
HB 1027 (2022) Active Makes it a felony to "subvert the legislative process under a false claim of emergency caused by COVID-19"
HB 1028 (2022) Active Allow short term health insurance with renewals
HB 1029 (2022) Active Gives the Claremont City Council, rather than the city manager, the power…
HB 1030 (2022) Active Clarifies alternate military experience requirements for licensure as a…
HB 1031 (2022) Active Prohibit police from encrypting radio
HB 1032 (2022) Active Reinstate authority of Lakeshore Redevelopment Planning Commission
HB 1033 (2022) Active Prohibit the use of any county or local government funds for lobbying
HB 1034 (2022) Active Revise definition of government employee
HB 1035 (2022) Active Allow parents to exempt children from school vaccine mandates as "conscientious objector"
HB 1036 (2022) Active Modify law around non-public meetings about employees
HB 1037 (2022) Active Revise governor's duty to provide list of emergency expenditures
HB 1038 (2022) Active Name the Robert J. Prowse Bridge in Londonderry
HB 1039 (2022) Active Removes the production and manufacturing requirements from the definition…
HB 1040 (2022) Active Study alternatives to the gas tax
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