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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 128 (2023) No

Repeal the state seed license requirement

HB 129 (2023) No

Revise law requiring free period products in school bathrooms

HB 130 (2023) Active

Repeal Drug Affordability Board

HB 131 (2023) No

Require schools to report in-classroom observer/recording policies

HB 132 (2023) No

Require disclosure of tire age on trailers

HB 133 (2023) Active

Repeal the Communications Services Tax

HB 134 (2023) No

Let legislative employees organize and collective bargain

HB 135 (2023) Active

Limit no-knock search warrants

HB 136 (2023) Active

Require DHHS to consult advisory council before adopting rules

HB 137 (2023) Active

Study boat registration fees, allow Department of Safety to adopt Coast Guard rules

HB 138 (2023) Yes

Repeals three laws: a law about supervision of clerical personnel of…

HB 139 (2023) Active

Establish hydrogen advisory committee

HB 140 (2023) No

Create "Granny D" day

HB 141 (2023) No

Allow dogs off leash on some hiking trails

HB 142 (2023) Active

Protect Burgess Biopower plant through PUC

HB 143 (2023) No

Exempt recordings of domestic violence from wiretapping law

HB 144 (2023) Active

Restore gun rights for non-violent felons

HB 145 (2023) Active

Proclaim NH free from other state sales taxes

HB 146 (2023) No

Require legislative approval before closing a liquor store

HB 147 (2023) Active

Revises membership on the Advisory Committee on the Education of…

HB 148 (2023) Active

Increases the minimum value of county contracts subject to competitive…

HB 149 (2023) Active

Require updates on right-to-know requests

HB 15 (2023) Active

Cut Business Enterprise Tax

HB 150 (2023) Active

Reduces the minimum number of public employees required to certify a…

HB 151 (2023) Yes

Study unmarried cohabitants and common law marriage

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