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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 126 - 150 of 381
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1117 (2022) Active Revise criminal threatening law to cover protected groups of people
HB 1118 (2022) Active Consider contact with parents, guardian's wishes following death of a parent or guardian
HB 1119 (2022) Active Let towns regulate plastic and paper bags
HB 1120 (2022) Active Add requirements for providers who receive Education Freedom Account scholarship funds
HB 1121 (2022) Active Require insurance, bond for new landfill applicants
HB 1122 (2022) Active Let towns, cities resell debris
HB 1123 (2022) Active Direct state to support use of biofuels
HB 1124 (2022) Active Require employers to use federal E-Verify system
HB 1125 (2022) Active Submit school emergency plans to Department of Safety
HB 1126 (2022) Active Allow vaccines without parental consent for minors over 16
HB 1127 (2022) Active Allow Legislature to grant posthumous exoneration
HB 1128 (2022) Active Require towns to pay for OHRV damage to class VI roads
HB 1129 (2022) Active Add minority party representation to fiscal committee
HB 1130 (2022) Active Require access to employee bathrooms for customers with some medical conditions
HB 1131 (2022) Active Ban school face mask requirements
HB 1132 (2022) Active Change approval process to convert public school to charter school
HB 1133 (2022) Active Prohibit eviction solely due to a property sale
HB 1134 (2022) Active Study proper labeling and disposal of disposable wipes
HB 1135 (2022) Active Audit Education Freedom Account program
HB 1136 (2022) Active Require planning boards to list the type of studies they require
HB 1137 (2022) Active Revise duties of school boards, for example to conduct parental surveys
HB 1138 (2022) Active Allow limited exemption to front license plate requirements
HB 1139 (2022) Active Require lens prescriptions to contain interpupillary distance
HB 1140 (2022) Active Allow voluntary informal administration of small estates
HB 1141 (2022) Active Revise special education requirements related to charter schools, parents
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