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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 103 (2023) No

Ban local officials and school employee family members from school boards

HB 104 (2023) Active

Require multi-stall bathrooms and locker rooms in public schools to be same sex

HB 105 (2023) Active

Regulate medical spas

HB 106 (2023) No

Establish extreme risk protection order ("red flag law")

HB 107 (2023) Active

Ban sex offenders from any employment or volunteer service providing direct services to a minor

HB 108 (2023) Active

Modify how an identity is kept secret in a report of child abuse, penalizing bad faith reports

HB 109 (2023) Yes

Revise legal definitions related to occupational therapy

HB 110 (2023) Active

Prohibit state funds for passenger rail

HB 111 (2023) Active

Study electrical vehicle charging for renters

HB 112 (2023) No

Require owners of large rental properties to give tenants the opportunity to buy the property before finalizing a sale

HB 113 (2023) Active

Repeal the physical fitness requirement for law enforcement officers

HB 114 (2023) No

Allow mental health treatment for 16-year-olds without parental consent

HB 115 (2023) Active

Move state primary from September to June

HB 116 (2023) Active

Increase fee to run for governor, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative

HB 117 (2023) No

Allow eviction when a lease expires

HB 118 (2023) No

Prohibit employers from requiring anti-union training

HB 119 (2023) Active

Exempt homestead food operations from licensing and inspection

HB 120 (2023) Active

Build replacement facility for Sununu Youth Services Center

HB 121 (2023) Active

Change from the water's edge method to worldwide combined reporting for BPT

HB 122 (2023) Active

Increase size of homestead food operations exempt from licensing and inspection, modify related definitions and regulations

HB 123 (2023) Active

Clarify that governing body member on budget committee cannot vote

HB 124 (2023) No

Modify definition of temporary alimony

HB 125 (2023) No

Modify limits on working hours for teenagers during the school year

HB 126 (2023) No

Allow child support payments on first or fifteenth of the month

HB 127 (2023) No

Limit governor's power to continue a state of emergency

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