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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2023. 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. We will continue to update this page as more bill texts are published.

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Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 211 (2023) Active

Removes the Department of Environmental Services from a report on the…

HB 212 (2023) Active

Send $2 million to PFAS response fund, add duties related to PFAS investigation

HB 213 (2023) No

Renames Little Haystack Mountain as Mount Kosciuszko.

HB 214 (2023) Active

Removes the authorization for complete capacity utilization (up to 30…

HB 215 (2023) Active

Directs the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt…

HB 216 (2023) Active

Remove criminal penalties for DMT

HB 217 (2023) Active

Study effects of fluoride on children

HB 218 (2023) Active

Allow creation of transcript or recording of family court

HB 219 (2023) Active

Repeals or moves several laws no longer associated with administration…

HB 220 (2023) Active

Study regulation of charitable gaming

HB 221 (2023) Active

Requires that agricultural land development rights purchased by the…

HB 222 (2023) Active

Require seat belts

HB 223 (2023) Active

Allow 90-day refills for low testosterone medication

HB 224 (2023) Active

Repeal criminal penalties in abortion ban

HB 225 (2023) Active

Restrict currency related to privacy rights

HB 226 (2023) Active

Let towns regulate single use packaging

HB 227 (2023) Active

Limit banks' ability to deny services

HB 228 (2023) Active

Repeal Commission on Demographic Trends

HB 229 (2023) Active

Require declaration of war to activate NH National Guard

HB 230 (2023) Active

Require Department of Agriculture to use electronic licensing system

HB 231 (2023) Active

Prohibit cat declawing

HB 232 (2023) Active

Use OSHA standards for public employees

HB 233 (2023) Active

Let Department of Energy rule if thermal energy method falls under Renewable Portfolio Standard

HB 234 (2023) Active

Repeal law allowing customer-generated electricity to count towards Renewable Portfolio Standards

HB 235 (2023) Active

Study landlord-tenant mediation program

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