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New Hampshire legislators have requested hundreds of bills for 2021. The legislature has yet to publish all of the bill texts. Citizens Count will continue to add bills to this page as their text is released. Our analysts read every single bill and summarize it in plain language so you can easily discover what's really up for debate.

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Bill Number Became Law? Description
CACR 1 (2021) Active Constitutional ban on income tax
CACR 10 (2021) Active Constitutional amendment stating, "The General Court shall have the power…
CACR 11 (2021) Active

Constitutional amendment stating the Legislature "may by simple…

CACR 12 (2021) Active Repeal age limit for judges
CACR 2 (2021) Active Constitutional ban on sales tax
CACR 3 (2021) Active Constitutional amendment allowing tax funds for religious schools
CACR 4 (2021) Active Constitutional amendment for independent redistricting commission
CACR 5 (2021) Active Constitutional amendment repealing $200 legislator pay
CACR 6 (2021) Active Raise age limit for judges, sheriffs
CACR 7 (2021) Active Add a lieutenant governor
CACR 8 (2021) Active Constitutional amendment banning gun restrictions
CACR 9 (2021) Active Constitutional cap on property tax increases
HB 1 (2021) Active State budget bill
HB 10 (2021) Active Lower business tax rates
HB 101 (2021) Active Requires counties to close their books 30 days following the end of the…
HB 102 (2021) Active Repeals the water's edge combined group provisions of the Business Profits…
HB 103 (2021) Active Require dental coverage under Medicaid
HB 104 (2021) Active Study unconventional public transit methods
HB 105 (2021) Active Campaign donation limits for LLC members
HB 106 (2021) Active Net metering exemption for a "municipal host"
HB 107 (2021) Active Raise minimum wage to $22.50
HB 108 (2021) Active Requires a public body to keep a list of all minutes of non-public…
HB 109 (2021) Active Requires creditors to give affirmative notice to a consumer before bills…
HB 110 (2021) Active

Requires the state to distribute school funding to municipalities,…

HB 111 (2021) Active

Allows an individual to sue New Hampshire or local government for "…

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