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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2024. 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 101 - 125 of 1324
Bill Number Became Law? Description
HB 1078 (2024) Active

Establish repository of maps showing radio systems

HB 1079 (2024) Active

Revise critical incident stress management teams, establish rural teacher incentives

HB 108 (2023) No

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

HB 1080 (2024) Yes

Revise Legislative Youth Advisory Council

HB 1081 (2024) Yes

Require direct reimbursement of ambulance service providers

HB 1082 (2024) No

Allow assistant manager of single member professional limited liability company (PLLC) to manage in worst case scenario

HB 1083 (2024) Yes

Allow surviving owner of vehicle held in joint tenancy to register vehicle without a new title

HB 1084 (2024) No

Establish minimum requirements for Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner of Education

HB 1085 (2024) No

Make absentee ballot voter lists open to public, requiring Secretary of State to report absentee voter data

HB 1086 (2024) No

Allow public notice for zoning board of adjustment hearings on the town website

HB 1087 (2024) No

Study information and media literacy instruction

HB 1088 (2024) Yes

Allow schools to stock epinephrine auto-injectors

HB 1089 (2024) No

Remove statute of limitations for PFAS lawsuits

HB 1090 (2024) No

Allow "farmers' market" in trade names

HB 1091 (2024) Active

Rewrite state campaign finance requirements

HB 1092 (2024) No

Limit public political advertising more than 60 days before election

HB 1093 (2024) No

Prohibit mask requirements in schools

HB 1094 (2024) No Keep reference to treatment for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders in required insurance coverage
HB 1095 (2024) Active

Add official pronunciation for "Concord" and "New Hampshire," change occupational licensing administration

HB 1096 (2024) No

Allow visitor's center to sell state symbols with intellectual property right holders

HB 1097 (2024) No

Allow one party consent to record

HB 1098 (2024) Yes

Let local officials deliver ballots to elder care facilities

HB 1099 (2024) No

Enable partisan elections for school districts

HB 110 (2023) No

Prohibit state funds for passenger rail

HB 1100 (2024) No

Limit coyote hunting

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