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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 201 - 225 of 978
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1176 (2022) No Reduce penalty for some prostitution offenses
HB 1177 (2022) No Allow four-unit housing so long as there is public water and sewer
HB 1178 (2022) Active Block enforcement of federal actions on firearms
HB 1179 (2022) No Ease voting requirements for reducing lot sizes or increasing density in zoning
HB 1180 (2022) No Add protection for differentiating between male and female sexes in various settings
HB 1181 (2022) No Allow father to petition to block an abortion
HB 1182 (2022) Active Make Board of Court Reporters an advisory board
HB 1183 (2022) No Add 5-year education property tax credit for residents over age 75
HB 1184 (2022) No Allow revolving funds for various local investments
HB 1185 (2022) Active Allow wastewater plants to require industrial and commercial facilities to test for PFAS
HB 1186 (2022) Active Require emergency shelters to accept people with pets
HB 1187 (2022) Active Allow raw milk desserts
HB 1188 (2022) Active Establish commission on OHRV use
HB 1189 (2022) No Allow government to establish voluntary donation fund
HB 1190 (2022) No Block federal education initiatives that are not fully funded
HB 1191 (2022) No Allow unlicensed work by homeowner in two-family home
HB 1192 (2022) Active Revise acupuncture licensing regulations
HB 1193 (2022) No Limit charter school fees, require preference for in-state students
HB 1194 (2022) No Require supermajority to override tax cap
HB 1195 (2022) No Require public comment period at all public school board meetings
HB 1196 (2022) No Require public academies to file annual financial report
HB 1197 (2022) No Lower the vote threshold for official party status
HB 1198 (2022) No Prohibit state rules on culture and climate in schools
HB 1199 (2022) No Prohibit reunification therapy in parenting plans
HB 1200 (2022) No Require 45 days' notice to increase rent
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