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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

2012 #nhhouse final legislation update sent to towns of #Durham #Lee #Madbury

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NH House of Representatives

Strafford County      

District 7      

Durham, Lee, Madbury

Representative Phil Ginsburg       Representative Tim Horrigan    Representative Naida Kaen      

Representative Jenna Roberts      Representative Judith Spang      Representative Janet Wall

                                   

                                               

 

To:      Durham Town Council

            Lee Selectmen

            Madbury Selectmen   

 

From: Strafford-7 Delegation

                       

Date:   July 16, 2012

 

Re:       2012 Legislation

 

 

Below you will find legislation from 2012 that you should review as these laws may directly impact functions of your municipality.  The first section simply lists the title and you will find the complete text following that section of legislation most applicable to municipal governing.  Please note that your Representatives did not necessarily support these bills. 

 

To get more information you can go to the NH General Court website: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/

For a link to these laws, go to: 

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/misc/chaptered_final_version.aspx

 

 

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NH General Court - Bill Status
2012  Chaptered Final Version

Chapters : 282

Chapter #

Bill #

Title

0001

SB106

naming the visitor center at Jericho Mountain state park for Robert Danderson.

0002

HB648

(4th New Title) relative to eminent domain by public utilities and establishing a commission to investigate the procedural rights of the landowner when a petition is presented to the public utilities commission by a utility seeking eminent domain, develop a framework for the state to provide use rights to transmission developers on state owned rights-of-way, develop policies to encourage burying such lines where practicable, and establish a structure for payment.

0003

HB110

(New Title)establishing a committee to study the reporting of crimes by professional safety and security services personnel.

0004

HB382

(New Title) relative to the maintenance of municipal public cemeteries.

0005

HB418

(New Title) relative to the use of open source software and open data formats by state agencies and relative to the adoption of a statewide information policy regarding open government data standards.

0006

HB1170

allowing municipalities to authorize the inclusion of a statement of the estimated tax impact of the budget and special warrant articles to be voted at annual meeting.

0007

HB1488

relative to the alternative budget procedure in a school administrative unit.

0008

SB201

apportioning state senate districts.

0009

HB592

(2nd New Title) apportioning state representative districts and relative to the boundaries of wards.

0010

HB449

(New Title) relative to reports on information available on the state website.

0011

HB624

(2nd New Title) establishing a committee to study the rulemaking authority of state agencies to establish fees.

0012

HB1134

(New Title) establishing a committee to study the construction of a permanent memorial to Governor John Gilbert Winant on state property other than the state house grounds.

0013

HB1196

repealing the task force on state procurement policies and procedures.

0014

HB1302

relative to underpayment of estimated taxes and equalization of valuations administered by the department of revenue administration.

0015

HB1349

relative to the service of town health officers.

0016

HB1420

relative to the disposition of the remains of service members.

0017

HB1717

apportioning county commissioner districts.

0018

SB202

apportioning congressional districts.

0019

SB290

naming a bridge in Woodstock, New Hampshire the Hilliard Family Bridge.

0020

SB321

(New Title) establishing a committee to study the continuation of payments to long-term care facilities.

0021

SB360

naming a pond in the town of Sandown.

0022

SB391

naming a portion of New Hampshire route 107/43 in the town of Deerfield the Honorable Joseph E. Stone Highway.

0023

SB223

(New Title) to make technical revisions relative to the health information organization corporation and relative to the membership of the health information organization board.

0024

HB108

(New Title) relative to trees and roadside growth.

0025

HB1127

relative to barbering apprentices.

0026

HB1136

relative to special state elections.

0027

HB1155

relative to the regulation of dentists by the board of dental examiners.

0028

HB1203

relative to the membership of the capital budget overview committee.

0029

HB1224

(New Title) allowing municipalities to send tax, water, and sewer bills electronically.

0030

HB1266

requiring the assessing standards board to recommend standards rather than guidelines.

0031

HB1311

changing a statutory reference to reflect the current homestead exemption amounts.

0032

HB1336

relative to reciprocity for nonresident trainers of hunting dogs.

0033

HB1351

(New Title) relative to disclosure of information by the board of funeral directors and embalmers and governing boards of allied health professionals.

0034

HB1356

classifying certain land in Litchfield as land to be retained by the state.

0035

HB1370

making technical changes to the New Hampshire real estate practice act.

0036

HB1378

relative to transfer by pharmacy technicians of prescription drugs between pharmacies.

0037

HB1504

reinstating the Maine-New Hampshire Interstate Bridge Authority.

0038

HB1585

relative to inspections of trucks and buses.

0039

HB1596

relative to the membership of the advisory council on child care.

0040

HB1618

(New Title) relative to types of community living facilities.

0041

HB1644

(New Title) relative to the regulation of individual home health care service providers by the department of health and human services.

0042

HB1719

relative to the filing period for elections.

0043

SB285

(New Title) authorizing suspension or revocation of a driver’s license for serious boating offenses and relative to loss of motorboat privileges for aggravated driving while intoxicated.

0044

SB296

relative to including next-of-kin contact information on a driver's license.

0045

SB394

(2nd New Title) relative to the reclassification of Province Road in Strafford from the intersection of Route 202A to Ricky Nelson Road from class II to class V and relative to an appropriation in the capital budget for construction and renovations to the Milford Armory.

0046

SB367

naming a bridge in the town of Londonderry in honor of Lance Corporal Peter J. Sora, Jr., U.S.M.C. and Private First Class Eric D. Currier, U.S.M.C.

0047

SB363

(New Title) establishing a commission to study the regulation and licensing of youth camps, including youth skills camps.

0048

SB374

naming marine patrol headquarters in honor of David Barrett.

0049

HB171

relative to restrictions on liquor licenses.

0050

HB247

relative to seller financing of mortgages and making changes to the laws regulating mortgage bankers and brokers and debt adjustment services.

0051

HB1133

relative to membership of the enhanced 911 commission.

0052

HB1150

relative to examinations for licensure as a professional engineer or land surveyor.

0053

HB1195

relative to membership of the joint legislative historical committee.

0054

HB1208

(New Title) relative to advertising of alcoholic beverages.

0055

HB1233

establishing a statute of limitations on wetlands filling and dredging.

0056

HB1240

relative to license suspensions for refusal to consent to an alcohol test.

0057

HB1255

relative to the membership of the commission on primary care workforce issues.

0058

HB1256

establishing a New Hampshire state register of historic places.

0059

HB1296

relative to net energy metering.

0060

HB1304

relative to the waiver of financial responsibility requirements for certain habitual offenders.

0061

HB1442

relative to motorcycle noise emission regulation.

0062

HB1448

requiring public access to any document and Internet content which is incorporated by reference in administrative rules.

0063

HB1672

apportioning delegates to state party conventions.

0064

HB1680

(New Title) relative to the duties of the oversight committee on health and human services.

0065

HB127

relative to the definition of oral communication.

0066

HB151

(New Title) repealing the laws relative to marital masters.

0067

HB342

relative to boat operation rules.

0068

HB1138

naming a bridge in Pelham in honor of Sergeant Daniel R. Gionet.

0069

HB1417

relative to a student's freedom of association.

0070

HB1270

(New Title) requiring an employer to disclose non-compete and non-piracy agreements prior to making an offer of employment or an offer of change in job classification.

0071

HB242

(New Title) relative to the net operating loss carryover under the business profits tax.

0072

HB344

(New Title) relative to judicial performance evaluations.

0073

HB1204

(New Title) relative to matching funds of highway projects, and relative to the administration of the meals and rooms tax.

0074

HB1380

relative to the development of wetland mitigation banks.

0075

HB1409

relative to definitions under the Uniform Securities Act.

0076

HB1537

(New Title) relative to violations of privacy occurring outside a private place.

0077

HB1707

relative to penalties for operation after revocation or suspension.

0078

HB1723

making technical corrections regarding parental notification prior to abortion.

0079

SB49

relative to tip pooling arrangements.

0080

SB152

relative to participation in state employees' group insurance by members of the general court.

0081

SB319

(New Title) changing the membership of and extending the commission to study the effects of service-connected post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury suffered in the line of duty by members of the armed forces and veterans.

0082

HB1231

(New Title) removing the prohibition on the sale, gift, or display of certain young birds.

0083

HB1477

(New Title) relative to the definition of spent material.

0084

SB250

relative to operation of ATVs and trail bikes on state lands.

0085

HB408

(New Title) clarifying the exemption for attorneys from licensing requirements for mortgage brokers or bankers.

0086

HB1144

establishing a commission to study the taxation of alternative fuel and electric-powered motor vehicles for the purpose of funding improvements to the state's highways and bridges.

0087

HB1165

naming a bridge in the town of Meredith the POW/MIA Vigil and Freedom Ride bridge.

0088

HB1357

relative to the membership of mosquito control districts.

0089

HB1387

(New Title) requiring flags purchased with state funds or displayed in state facilities to be manufactured in the United States.

0090

HB1392

relative to oyster aquaculture licenses.

0091

HB1563

relative to Greenland's water rights.

0092

HB1567

establishing a committee to study the federal Youth Corrections Act.

0093

HB1622

relative to the adoption of forms under the administrative procedures act by the department of insurance.

0094

HB1664

(New Title) establishing a committee to study transferring election law enforcement to the secretary of state.

0095

HB1673

relative to complaints of election law violations.

0096

SB214

relative to the applicability of the right-to-know law to public libraries.

0097

SB216

(New Title) relative to notification of revocation of conditional discharge by the department of health and human services.

0098

SB220

relative to external review under the managed care law.

0099

SB221

relative to life, accident, and health insurance.

0100

SB222

(New Title) relative to property and casualty insurance, insurance investigations, and insurance certificates.

0101

SB233

relative to special elections of the charter commission.

0102

SB235

relative to registration of business organizations with the secretary of state.

0103

SB253

relative to debt-related mortgage disability and mortgage accidental death insurance.

0104

SB255

relative to liens for land use change tax assessments.

0105

SB274

removing the phrase "mentally defective" from the aggravated felonious sexual assault statute.

0106

SB291

(New Title) relative to the use of currently allowed impact fees by municipalities and making an appropriation to establish a North Country fire training facility.

0107

SB297

relative to the apprentice hunting license.

0108

SB340

relative to locations for junkyards.

0109

SB346

extending the committee to study the laws relating to electronic prescriptions.

0110

SB349

relative to the administration of juvenile justice services.

0111

SB368

relative to nondepository trust companies.

0112

SB380

relative to the study committee on juvenile delinquency and children in need of services.

0113

SB236

(New Title) relative to nomination of candidates and political organizations, election procedure, and recounts.

0114

HB234

(2nd New Title) relative to food service licensure.

0115

HB325

(New Title) relative to the transfer of animals from licensed animal vendors.

0116

HB518

(New Title) changing the prospective repeal date for the research and development tax credit.

0117

HB602

relative to funding the law requiring reporting of health care acquired infections.

0118

HB1157

relative to signage at fuel service stations.

0119

HB1225

permitting a charter school to incur long-term debt.

0120

HB1307

relative to agricultural plates.

0121

HB1310

(New Title) increasing the number of days a motorcycle learner’s permit is valid and requiring a driver’s license for persons under 18 years of age to receive a motorcycle learner’s permit.

0122

HB1416

(New Title) relative to a required fluoride statement.

0123

HB1434

relative to display of antique motor vehicle plates.

0124

HB1495

(New Title) establishing a Purple Heart Trail along U. S. Route 3.

0125

HB1555

relative to the penalty for firearm use in a state area for propagation of game controlled by the fish and game department.

0126

HB1623

(New Title) relative to records of the legislative ethics committee.

0127

HB1629

(New Title) relative to state photographic identification indicating honorable veteran’s status.

0128

HB1635

relative to motor vehicle inspections.

0129

HB1722

relative to disqualification of judges and lawyers from practicing in the circuit courts.

0130

SB238

establishing a committee to assess the form of government in towns that have elected the official ballot referendum form of meeting.

0131

SB256

relative to public utilities commission contracts with consultants.

0132

SB265

relative to the definition of stormwater.

0133

SB276

(2nd New Title) establishing the vandalizing or defacing of state or municipal property as criminal mischief.

0134

SB280

relative to the procedure for approval of medical parole.

0135

SB315

requiring motorists to give wide berth to highway maintenance vehicles.

0136

SB330

requiring an independent financial opinion prior to the leasing of any state park property to a private entity.

0137

SB344

allowing the department of resources and economic development to cut vegetation in shoreland areas where public safety is of concern.

0138

SB389

relative to sewer commission costs.

0139

HB420

(New Title) relative to the definition of employee and clarifying the criteria for exempting workers from employee status.

0140

HB1172

(New Title) authorizing nano brewery, beverage manufacturer, and brew pub licensees to sell their products at farmers’ markets and establishing an alcohol consultant license.

0141

HB1207

defining the owner of timber rights for purposes of timber tax assessment.

0142

HB1241

(New Title) relative to table wines and specialty beer.

0143

HB1552

(New Title) relative to the reporting of funds.

0144

HB1587

relative to employer safety programs.

0145

HB1636

relative to the extension of fill and dredge in wetlands permits.

0146

HB1686

(2nd New Title) relative to state contracts.

0147

HB1721

(New Title) relative to permitting for the replacement of sewage disposal systems and relative to oil spillage prevention, control, and countermeasure plans.

0148

SB241

(New Title) relative to expiration and extension of terrain alteration permits and permits for grading or reclamation projects.

0149

SB252

increasing the maximum term for energy performance contracts.

0150

SB266

prohibiting electric utilities from installing and maintaining smart meter gateway devices without the residential or business property owner's consent.

0151

SB270

relative to civil commitment of persons found incompetent to stand trial.

0152

SB281

(New Title) relative to exposure to infectious disease by emergency response and public safety workers and notification of public health authorities.

0153

SB282

(New Title) authorizing the commissioner of safety to require the installation of an ignition interlock device or enhanced technology ignition interlock device as a condition of restoring driving privileges in certain instances.

0154

SB307

relative to the refund of tax overpayment related to a fraudulent investment scheme.

0155

SB323

authorizing accounting transfers by the department of corrections.

0156

SB347

relative to the department of health and human services administrative appeals.

0157

SB369

relative to aid to assisted persons.

0158

SB371

(New Title) allowing a lien for labor and materials for professional design services.

0159

SB388

(New Title) relative to the use of land along Silver Lake that is below the public trust boundary.

0160

SB395

relative to construction of an access road on land in current use.

0161

HB582

relative to communication between employers and employees during bargaining negotiations.

0162

HB479

(New Title) relative to receivership of nursing homes and other residential health care facilities and relative to annual inspections of health care facilities.

0163

HB1402

(New Title) relative to the sale of homemade food and licensing of certain milk producer-distributors.

0164

SB153

relative to the regulation of real estate appraisers by the New Hampshire real estate appraiser board.

0165

SB245

relative to health care sharing organizations.

0166

SB230

relative to the calculation of average final compensation for certain retirement system members.

0167

SB283

relative to disposition of nursing home patient accounts.

0168

SB317

relative to towable devices permitted to be towed by a motorboat.

0169

SB382

(New Title) allowing for proration of property assessments for damaged buildings.

0170

HB1670

apportioning executive council districts.

0171

HB222

(New Title) relative to the specificity of certain statutory provisions granting rulemaking authority.

0172

HB1171

(New Title) updating certain references in motor vehicle statutes and relative to motor fuel distributors.

0173

HB1274

(2nd New Title) transferring the McAuliffe-Shepard discovery center to a private nonprofit corporation and making supplemental appropriations.

0174

HB1415

(New Title) relative to permits for repair or replacement of sewage and waste disposal system.

0175

HB1521

relative to retired state employees group insurance participation.

0176

HB1579

authorizing the department of employment security to garnish the wages of individuals with delinquent unemployment compensation overpayments.

0177

SB48

(New Title) relative to state regulation of telephone service providers and clarifying the authority of the public utilities commission to regulate pole attachments.

0178

SB231

(New Title) relative to municipal liens.

0179

SB237

relative to field purchases and transfers of funds for the state park system and the bureau of trails, and the use of gifts and donations to the division of parks and recreation.

0180

SB239

(New Title) relative to the membership and duties of the installation standards board.

0181

SB254

relative to funding and expenditures from certain municipal special revenue funds.

0182

SB259

(3rd New Title) relative to the appointment of the director of ports and harbors, relative to the transfer of land within the Pease development authority, and relative to dredging the Hampton and Seabrook Harbors.

0183

SB284

(New Title) establishing a certified public health dental hygienist in New Hampshire.

0184

SB288

(New Title) relative to medical records and patient information.

0185

SB300

relative to special education services in chartered public schools.

0186

SB306

(New Title) relative to the commercial and industrial construction property tax exemption, and relative to municipal economic development and revitalization districts.

0187

SB324

relative to the use of funds generated by the Hampton Beach parking facilities.

0188

SB338

(2nd New Title) relative to military discipline by the national guard and relative to qualifications of national guard judge advocate staff.

0189

SB342

(New Title) relative to the inclusion of requirements for log structures in the state building code.

0190

SB348

relative to the pulse oximetry test for newborns.

0191

SB375

(New Title) relative to a prepaid health plan for Medicaid services and relative to the Medicaid management information system.

0192

SB407

(2nd New Title) relative to the purchasing policy of the department of information technology, increasing the amount required for competitive bidding, and relative to the transfer of federal grant funds.

0193

HB1716

relative to the state 10-year transportation improvement program.

0194

SB244

relative to the administration of the New Hampshire retirement system.

0195

SB331

(New Title) clarifying the definition of surviving spouse for eligibility for line-of-duty death benefits for police officers or firefighters killed in the line of duty, and making an appropriation for a shortfall in an individual medical subsidy payment.

0196

SB286

relative to a controlled drug prescription health and safety program.

0197

SB359

relative to civil actions involving accessibility standards for public buildings.

0198

SB401

(New Title) relative to reporting the average daily membership of pupils in the public schools and relative to adjustments to adequate education grants.

0199

SB404

relative to funding for pupils enrolled in vocational education programs.

0200

HB138

relative to the cold case homicide unit.

0201

HB486

relative to penalties for alcohol ignition interlock circumvention.

0202

HB514

(New Title) relative to entry on private land and establishing a committee to study issues relating to entry on private land

0203

HB545

(New Title) relative to the administrative rulemaking process governing home educated pupils.

0204

HB1128

(New Title) relative to ignition interlock device recalibration and data reports.

0205

HB1184

(2nd New Title) relative to arrest without a warrant for the offense of willful concealment.

0206

HB1223

relative to remedies under the right-to-know law.

0207

HB1290

(New Title) relative to notice of lien requirements.

0208

HB1312

relative to the statute of limitations for violations involving a motor vehicle accident resulting in death or serious bodily injury.

0209

HB1332

relative to the law enforcement authority of fish and game conservation officers.

0210

HB1360

(New Title) relative to the state board of education rules concerning special education.

0211

HB1362

(New Title) exempting service animals from dog registration and licensing and establishing an option for permanent registration and licensing of service animals.

0212

HB1366

(New Title) relative to employer charges for unemployment compensation benefits and relative to suitable work and eligibility requirements for claimants for unemployment compensation benefits.

0213

HB1419

relative to the rights of military parents.

0214

HB1551

(3rd New Title) clarifying the liability of landowners, lessees, and occupants of premises who allow other persons to use the premises for hunting, fishing, and other recreational purposes or to remove fuel wood, and relative to the losing claimant’s payment of the prevailing party’s costs in actions against such landowners, lessees, and occupants barred by liability immunity provisions.

0215

HB1582

relative to medical and surgical benefits for state employees.

0216

HB1631

(New Title) allowing persons licensed to provide emergency medical services to work at social or sporting events.

0217

HB1633

(New Title) relative to a tally requirement on school district and village district warrant articles

0218

HB1665

(New Title) enabling a superior court or circuit court to implement one or more drug courts.

0219

SB83

(New Title) enabling municipalities and school districts to create other post-employment benefits (OPEB) trusts.

0220

SB361

(New Title) establishing a commission to study the feasibility of establishing energy infrastructure corridors within existing transportation rights of way and repealing a commission.

0221

SB373

(New Title) authorizing the retention of funds by a school district and relative to regional vocational education centers in the Manchester school district.

0222

SB398

(New Title) proclaiming March 30, 2013 as Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.

0223

HB1389

(New Title) relative to the pre-engineering technology curriculum and pre-engineering technology advisory council and establishing advisory committees for regional vocational education.

0224

HB1139

making changes to the unique pupil identification system.

0225

HB1480

(New Title) requiring all local enforcement agencies and other officials responsible for enforcement of fire codes to provide information on the local and state appeals process when issuing a building permit or notice of violation.

0226

SB234

(2nd New Title) relative to salary grades for certain executive branch positions and relative to the retirement classification of certain state officials.

0227

HB1571

relative to educational evaluation of home schooled children.

0228

HB283

relative to impaired drivers.

0229

HB574

relative to the taking of private property during a state of emergency.

0230

HB655

(New Title) repealing a prospective repeal regarding certain authority of the secretary of state relative to pooled risk management programs.

0231

HB1297

(New Title) relative to federal health care reform and health care exchanges.

0232

SB203

(New Title) relative to limited liability companies and relative to meetings of a certain legislative study commission by open blogging.

0233

SB343

establishing an independent board of psychologists.

0234

SB402

(New Title) relative to the adoption of policies for the management of concussion and head injury in student sports.

0235

SB19

(New Title) relative to the definition and designation of “prime wetlands.”

0236

SB204

adopting amendments to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code relative to secured transactions.

0237

SB226

(New Title) transferring the administration of the electricians’ board to the joint board for licensure and certification, and changing the administrative fine authority of the board of accountancy.

0238

SB311

(3rd New Title) relative to weights and measures.

0239

SB328

relative to the procedure for filling a vacancy on a cooperative school board.

0240

SB370

(2nd New Title) relative to the powers of the state veterinarian.

0241

HB102

(2nd New Title) relative to interagency information sharing by financial services regulators.

0242

HB137

relative to the state fire code and the state building code.

0243

HB146

(New Title) relative to the right of a jury to judge the application of the law in relationship to the facts in controversy.

0244

HB158

relative to the misuse of social security numbers.

0245

HB193

relative to the Mount Washington commission.

0246

HB256

(New Title) relative to the administrative appeals process of the department of environmental services and establishing a committee to study the appeal process of the department of environmental services.

0247

HB350

updating laws relative to the fiscal committee of the general court.

0248

HB597

revising the child support guidelines based on an income shares model of calculating child support.

0249

HB1168

(New Title) relative to retention and disclosure of annulled criminal records.

0250

HB1211

establishing a committee to study the promotion of lease of state-owned land for use for beginning farmers.

0251

HB1216

relative to the authority for withholding or withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment.

0252

HB1217

(New Title) relative to reciprocity of advance directives.

0253

HB1221

relative to the credit for the business enterprise tax against the business profits tax.

0254

HB1230

(New Title) requiring a report of real property owned or leased by the state and relative to New Hampshire hospital real estate.

0255

HB1246

(New Title) authorizing the county sheriff to issue pistol or revolver licenses under certain circumstances.

0256

HB1260

(New Title) relative to certain contributions to pari-mutuel pools by race simulcasters in Cheshire county, compensation of charitable organizations by gaming operators, and unauthorized gambling machines and sweepstakes.

0257

HB1325

(2nd New Title) relative to legal residency requirements for purposes of school attendance for children of divorced parents.

0258

HB1346

relative to the construction of power line extensions.

0259

HB1350

relative to the style and form of new articles and amendments to articles proposed by constitutional amendment concurrent resolutions.

0260

HB1383

relative to residency status for the purpose of receiving in-state tuition status within the university system of New Hampshire.

0261

HB1483

(New Title) repealing the retirement system special account and repealing the assessments for excess benefits paid by employers in the retirement system.

0262

HB1510

relative to taxpayer standing for declaratory judgments.

0263

HB1535

relative to arrest records under the right-to-know law.

0264

HB1553

repealing obsolete and outdated provisions of the Revised Statutes Annotated.

0265

HB1593

relative to the department of information technology.

0266

HB1687

relative to state employee information available on the state transparency website.

0267

HB1699

relative to driving under the influence of drugs.

0268

HB1701

prohibiting New Hampshire from entering into or enforcing reciprocal agreements with other states to deny rights and privileges for nonpayment of taxes owed to another state.

0269

HB1508

relative to procedures of the board of mental health practice.

0270

HB388

(3rd New Title) requiring providers of Voice over Internet Protocol services to pay surcharges for deposit in the enhanced 911 system fund.

0271

HB1658

(4th New Title) establishing an income and identity verification system for public assistance recipients; relative to implementation of the Sean William Corey pilot program; and extending the moratorium on nursing home beds and rehabilitation beds.

0272

SB218

relative to electric renewable portfolio standards.

0273

SB247

relative to certifying municipal culvert installers.

0274

SB351

(New Title) relative to proclaiming Blue Star Mother’s Day and changing eligibility for free admission to the state park system for members of the armed forces.

0275

HB533

establishing a cap on the amount of school building aid grants distributed in each fiscal year.

0276

HB1484

(New Title) relative to fees for state parks and relative to limitations for nonconforming structures located within protected shoreland.

0277

SB358

(New Title) relative to eligibility for free admission to the state park system for members of the armed forces.

0278

HB351

(2nd NT) relative to insurance reimbursement for doctors of naturopathic medicine.

0279

HB1418

(2nd New Title) increasing the threshold amounts for taxation under the business enterprise tax and extending the commission to study business taxes; excluding charges for Internet access from the communications services tax and requiring the transfer of insurance premium tax revenue to the department of health and human services; and relative to section 179 expense deductions under the business profits tax.

0280

HB1487

(3rd New Title) relative to low carbon fuel standards programs.

0281

HB1490

(New Title) relative to New Hampshire’s regional greenhouse gas initiative cap and trade program for controlling carbon dioxide emissions.

0282

HB1617

(2nd New Title) repealing the certificate of need law.

 


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