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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 176 - 200 of 978
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1151 (2022) No Prohibit open carry of a firearm at a parade, vigil, demonstration, etc.
HB 1152 (2022) No Require Education Freedom Accounts students to verify eligibility for reduced lunch
HB 1153 (2022) No Prohibit early sending of absentee ballots
HB 1154 (2022) No Study legislative commission inactivity
HB 1155 (2022) No

Provides that a person elected to a local board shall be a nonvoting,…

HB 1156 (2022) No Require public employers to provide prospective employees with background check reports
HB 1157 (2022) Active Prohibit ballot counting devices with internet connections
HB 1158 (2022) No Revise requirements, add fines for display of removable handicap placards
HB 1159 (2022) No Proclaim November 7 as Victims of Communism Memorial Day
HB 1160 (2022) Active Stop at railroad crossings for "maintenance of way on-track equipment"
HB 1161 (2022) No

Prohibits any member of a governing body in the state from having an…

HB 1162 (2022) No Require health insurance to cover reactions to vaccines authorized for emergency use
HB 1163 (2022) Active Change how to handle over-voted ballots
HB 1164 (2022) Active Revise the Agriculture in the Classroom Committee
HB 1165 (2022) No Repeal Granite State paid family leave plan
HB 1166 (2022) No Require undeclared voters to choose a party months before voting in a primary
HB 1167 (2022) No Limit PFAS in surface water
HB 1168 (2022) Active Study NH law about soil conditioners
HB 1169 (2022) No Require school boards to provide question and answer time, provide legal reference for policies
HB 1170 (2022) Active Regulate delegates to policymaking conventions
HB 1171 (2022) No Exempt some beauty services from occupational licensing
HB 1172 (2022) No Provide composting, recycling at public housing
HB 1173 (2022) No Recognize Indigenous People's Day on August 9
HB 1174 (2022) Active Let election challengers stand closer to ballot counting
HB 1175 (2022) No Allow recording of public officials
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