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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 274 (2023) Active

Limit rulemaking authority

HB 275 (2023) Active

Let parents pay difference to send to another school

HB 276 (2023) Active

Fund cyanobacteria mitigation

HB 277 (2023) Active

Right to sterilization

HB 278 (2023) Active

Allow unlimited special duty hours for retired police

HB 279 (2023) Active

Increase penalty for overserving alcohol

HB 280 (2023) No

Excludes freeze dried fruits and vegetables from the definition of…

HB 281 (2023) Active Energy omnibus bill
HB 282 (2023) Active

Expand Medicaid coverage to immigrant children, pregnant women

HB 283 (2023) Active

Limit rental application fees

HB 284 (2023) Active

Generally broadens the scope of information available to the public…

HB 285 (2023) Yes

Allows the Department of Revenue Administration to incorporate the New…

HB 286 (2023) Yes

Let campaign members retrieve campaign items removed by the state, city, or town.

HB 287 (2023) Active

Legalize fentanyl and xylazine testing equipment

HB 288 (2023) No

Exempt sole proprietors, single member LLCs from business taxes

HB 289 (2023) No

Prohibit legal advice to avoid right-to-know law

HB 290 (2023) No

Removes the $75 limit on civil writs and precepts which may be served…

HB 291 (2023) No

Misdemeanor for false complaint about a business

HB 292 (2023) No

Establishes a criminal penalty for theft by a public servant who…

HB 293 (2023) No

Let towns establish scholarship funds

HB 294 (2023) Active

Let towns and cities adopt child property tax credit

HB 295 (2023) Active

Require livestream for school boards, select boards

HB 296 (2023) Active

Clarifies that local land use boards and not the state fire code…

HB 297 (2023) Active

Establishes a list of funds and accounts which are exempt from…

HB 298 (2023) Active

Grants state and local government more authority when reviewing…

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