Citizen Voices

Home growing medical marijuana?

Jan 19, 2018

A bill being considered in the 2018 legislative session, HB 1476, would allow patients with medical marijuana identification cards and their caregivers to cultivate their own marijuana in a locked, enclosed... Read more

Out-of-state health insurance?

Jan 17, 2018

Rep. Glenn Cordelli is the primary sponsor of HB 1362, a bill that would allow New Hampshire residents and small employers to purchase health insurance from out-of-state... Read more

Annulling records of marijuana offenses

Jan 17, 2018

A bill being considered by the Legislature this year would make it easier for adults to have arrests and convictions for possession of small amounts of marijuana removed from their criminal records. The bill... Read more

Boat fees for search and rescue

Jan 16, 2018

HB 1794, proposed by Rep. Jonathan Manley, would implement a $1 fee on rentals of canoes, kayaks, jet skis and other small watercraft, with proceeds going to the state’s... Read more

Raising the minimum age to marry?

Jan 15, 2018

Today, New Hampshire law allows boys as young as 14 and girls as young as 13 to enter into a marriage contract, with parental permission and approval from a court. Representative Jacalyn Cilley (D-... Read more

Guns on campus?

Jan 10, 2018

A bill sponsored by state Rep. Brian Stone (R-Northwood) would prevent public colleges and universities in New Hampshire from passing restrictions on carrying firearms... Read more

Fund body cameras with vanity plates?

Jan 09, 2018

HB 1730 creates a new “public safety enhancement” fund to pay for police body cameras for local, county and state police. The fund would include money from federal grants and private donations, as well as... Read more

Penalties for town gun laws?

Jan 09, 2018

If HB 1749 becomes law, it would end all ordinances or rules made by any local public or private entity regarding the sale, use, or possession of firearms, their supplies, or knives. It would also impose... Read more

Cell phones at stoplights?

Jan 02, 2018

HB 1270 would loosen rules on cell phone use while driving a car, allowing motorists to handle their cell phones while stopped at a traffic light. Currently, the law prohibits a driver of a motor vehicle from... Read more

Repeal bottle rocket ban?

Dec 29, 2017

HB 1416 would repeal the state's ban on bottle rockets. Under current state laws, only individuals with a commercial fireworks license can purchase bottle rockets in New Hampshire. The bill would permit the... Read more


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