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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2022. Our analysts read every single bill and summarize it in plain language so you can easily discover what's really up for debate. Click a bill number below for more detailed information on the legislation.

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Displaying 126 - 150 of 990
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1091 (2022) No Limit conservation officers' right to search
HB 1092 (2022) No Require declaration of war to send NH national guard to combat
HB 1093 (2022) No Let immigrants applying for asylum get temporary driver's licenses
HB 1094 (2022) No Require advance notice of work schedules, certain rest periods
HB 1095 (2022) No Write rules allowing "fresh" condiments at hotdog stands
HB 1096 (2022) No Prohibit open carrying of firearms near polling places
HB 1097 (2022) Yes Ban out-of-state income tax on NH work
HB 1098 (2022) No Limit parking space requirements for housing
HB 1099 (2022) No Prohibit "vaccine passports" for state health and human services
HB 1100 (2022) No Change penalties for driving without a license
HB 1101 (2022) No Limit NH participation in federal asset forfeiture
HB 1102 (2022) Yes Remove some committees and commissions from Department of State
HB 1103 (2022) Yes Prohibit courts from forcing sale of marital property
HB 1104 (2022) No Allow mileage reimbursement for legislators to locations other than Statehouse
HB 1105 (2022) No Limit prisoner sentence reduction
HB 1106 (2022) Yes Study recruiting former members of the armed forces to work in NH
HB 1107 (2022) No Study issues for renters with pets
HB 1108 (2022) No Allow purple paint instead of "no trespassing" signs
HB 1109 (2022) Yes Change process for opening/closing roads to OHRVs
HB 1110 (2022) Yes Increase light transmittance of tinted windshields
HB 1111 (2022) No Study extended producer responsibility for product disposal
HB 1112 (2022) No Establish competitive bidding process for county purchases
HB 1113 (2022) No Prohibit state from limiting remote learning options
HB 1114 (2022) No Require profiles of education service providers
HB 1115 (2022) No Require Education Freedom Account students take state standardized tests
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