Legislators mull holiday changes

Dec 25, 2017

BY: Citizens Count

As the holidays near an end, the 2018 legislative session is getting closer.

In honor of the season, here is a rundown of bills legislators will consider next year related to holidays and vacation.

HB 1201

Sponsor: Rep. Andy Renzullo

This bill would require employers to pay employees for earned but unused vacation time.

HB 1393

Sponsor: Rep. Michael Cahill

This bill would require employers to pay terminated employees for vacation time and personal time.

Click here to learn more about debates over business regulation in New Hampshire.

HB 1604

Sponsor: Rep. Timothy Horrigan

This bill would change the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day.

Click here to learn more about the debates over Columbus Day in New Hampshire.

HB 1638

Sponsor: Rep. Werner Horn

This bill would declare April 7, 2018 as tabletop gaming day in New Hampshire. Don’t expect your employer to give you this day off, though.

SB 507

Sponsor: Jeb Bradley

This bill would establish June 27 as post-traumatic stress injury awareness day.

Click here to learn more about issues related to mental health in New Hampshire.

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