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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 236 (2023) Active

States condominium conversion is not a legal subdivision

HB 237 (2023) Active

Set date for purpose of evaluating assets for property tax exemptions

HB 238 (2023) Active

Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to seek out and…

HB 239 (2023) Active

Require condo association to disclose financial records

HB 240 (2023) Active

Protect right to marry a person of another race

HB 241 (2023) Active

Require time before or after school for union representative to meet with school employer for contract negotiations

HB 242 (2023) Active

Ban PFAS in food packaging

HB 243 (2023) Active

Require public tabulation of votes

HB 244 (2023) Active

Cut off absentee ballot distribution at 12pm day before election

HB 245 (2023) Active

Pay legislators with silver coins

HB 246 (2023) Active

End renewable energy grants, direct money to ratepayer rebates

HB 247 (2023) Active

Removes encroachment waivers, requires the use of a setback reduction…

HB 248 (2023) Active

Removes the requirement that revenue from commemorative bottles of…

HB 249 (2023) Active

Regulate pet insurance

HB 250 (2023) Active

Increase benefit to family after accidental death of firefighter, police

HB 251 (2023) Active

Require PUC to show total cost of Renewable Portfolio Standards

HB 252 (2023) Active

Exempt farms from noise limits

HB 253 (2023) Active

Study extended produce responsibility

HB 254 (2023) Active

Allow remote participation in public meetings

HB 255 (2023) Active

Campaign donation limits for LLC members

HB 256 (2023) Active

Prohibit towns from blocking use of public spaces based on speech

HB 257 (2023) Active

Allows for an incumbent telephone utility to be relieved of its carrier…

HB 258 (2023) Active

Certify animal chiropractors

HB 259 (2023) Active

Study whether working the polls should be mandatory, like jury duty

HB 260 (2023) Active

Fine for driving with an animal

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