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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 173 (2023) Active

Remove requirement for separate toilet rooms for each sex in restaurants

HB 174 (2023) Yes

Require timely action on notice of intent to cut timber

HB 175 (2023) Active

Focus energy consumption reduction goal on greenhouse gas emissions, not fossil fuels

HB 176 (2023) Active

Require SEC to revise rules

HB 177 (2023) No

Allow community revitalization tax relief incentive for land as well as structures

HB 178 (2023) Active

Allows a condominium association to initiate a foreclosure proceeding…

HB 179 (2023) No

Allow campaign clothes at polling places

HB 180 (2023) No

Change Columbus Day to Indigenous People's Day

HB 181 (2023) No

Study school meal programs

HB 182 (2023) Active

Prohibit firing of volunteer firefighter or EMT during emergency

HB 183 (2023) Active

Allow retired firefighters to teach without limit on hours

HB 184 (2023) No

Allow online notice for zoning board of adjustment hearings

HB 185 (2023) Active

Establish preference for equal parenting time in custody agreements

HB 186 (2023) Active

Requires the approval of waivers for alternative sewage disposal…

HB 187 (2023) No

Let local law enforcement enforce civil orders

HB 188 (2023) Yes

Remove requirement for physical therapist to refer to other provider

HB 189 (2023) Yes

Name Private First Class Nicholas Cournoyer Highway

HB 190 (2023) Active

Vary length of unemployment benefits based on statewide unemployment rate

HB 191 (2023) No

Let state destroy surrendered firearms

HB 192 (2023) Active

Reset I&D tax, increase exemptions

HB 193 (2023) Yes

Various retirement system changes

HB 194 (2023) Active

Requires the director of the Division of Archives and Records…

HB 195 (2023) Yes

Broaden definition of "political advocacy organization"

HB 196 (2023) No

Review campaign finance laws

HB 197 (2023) Yes

Pro-rate property tax exemptions for fractional interest in a property

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