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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 246 (2023) No

End renewable energy grants, direct money to ratepayer cost reductions

HB 247 (2023) Yes

Removes encroachment waivers, requires the use of a setback reduction…

HB 248 (2023) Yes

Removes the requirement that revenue from commemorative bottles of…

HB 249 (2023) Yes

Regulate pet insurance, let restaurant owners bring dogs to work

HB 25 (2023) Active Budget bill for capital improvements
HB 250 (2023) Active

Increase benefit to family after accidental death of firefighter, police

HB 251 (2023) No

Require estimated total cost of Renewable Portfolio Standards on electric bills

HB 252 (2023) Yes

Exempt farms from noise limits

HB 253 (2023) Yes

Study extended producer responsibility

HB 254 (2023) No

Allow remote participation in public meetings

HB 255 (2023) No

Campaign donation limits for LLC members

HB 256 (2023) No

Prohibit towns from blocking use of public spaces based on speech

HB 257 (2023) Active

Allows for an incumbent telephone utility to be relieved of its carrier…

HB 258 (2023) No

Exempt animal chiropractors from vet licensure

HB 259 (2023) No

Study whether working the polls should be mandatory, like jury duty

HB 260 (2023) No

Fine for driving with an animal

HB 261 (2023) Active

Let tenants break leases for domestic violence, disability

HB 262 (2023) Yes

Adds naturopathic doctors to the definition of "licensed medical…

HB 263 (2023) No

Notify customer generators when utilities claim them for Renewable Portfolio Standards

HB 264 (2023) Active

Allow sex change on birth certificates without court order

HB 265 (2023) No

Allow community revitalization tax credits for installing sprinkler system

HB 266 (2023) Yes

Regulate hybrid and virtual public comment hearings

HB 267 (2023) Active

Allow more frequent background checks in schools

HB 268 (2023) Yes

Requires the state to pay number plate fees for the enforcement and…

HB 269 (2023) No

Establish procedure, limits for delegates to policy-making conventions

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