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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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Displaying 76 - 100 of 265
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 329 (2023) Active

Establish ALS registry

HB 332 (2023) Active

Increase school building aid

HB 333 (2023) Active

Move state primary from September to March, add run-off

HB 344 (2023) Active

Allow marijuana possession and home-growing without sales

HB 345 (2023) Active

Allow ranked-choice voting for state primaries, local elections

HB 347 (2023) Active

Establish land use review docket

HB 350 (2023) Active

Use ranked-choice voting for state and federal elections

HB 352 (2023) Active

Allow excused absences for mental health

HB 353 (2023) Active

Establish multi-state universal healthcare program

HB 354 (2023) Active

Allow school building aid for charter schools

HB 361 (2023) Active

Changes the membership of the Pease development authority board of…

HB 362 (2023) Active

Provides that only the complainant can remove a case from the state…

HB 368 (2023) Active

Various protections for gender-affirming health care

HB 369 (2023) Active

Task force for energy relief on farms

HB 37 (2023) Active

Study best practices for companion animal groomers

HB 370 (2023) Active

Allow tinting on side windows for medical reason

HB 373 (2023) Active

Prohibit balance billing for ambulance

HB 375 (2023) Active

Let immigrants applying for asylum get temporary driver's licenses

HB 378 (2023) Active

Require health care provider to share rights, offer to keep samples after sexual assault

HB 379 (2023) Active

Provide attorney for low income evictions

HB 38 (2023) Active

Revise bail laws

HB 381 (2023) Active

Require legislative action to increase system benefits charge

HB 383 (2023) Active

Provides new provider contract standards for pharmacy benefit managers…

HB 387 (2023) Active

Include ballots under right-to-know law, with some exceptions

HB 395 (2023) Active

Let JLCAR write explanation for constitutional amendments

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