2022 Chaptered Final Version

Chapters : 346
Chapter # Bill # Title
1 HB1650 relative to mileage for members of the legislature.
2 HB0427 prohibiting corporal punishment of children in state agency programs.
3 SB0017 (2nd New Title) relative to permitting dogs in outdoor dining areas of restaurants.
4 HB0054 apportioning county commissioner districts.
5 HB0549 (New Title) relative to the system benefits charge and the energy efficiency and sustainable energy board.
6 HB0095 relative to milk pasteurization.
7 HB0435 (New Title) relative to the suspension of drivers' licenses
8 SB0307 (New Title) relative to the issuance of safe boater education certificates and commercial driving instruction.
9 HB0050 apportioning state representative districts.
10 HB0055 (New Title) apportioning delegates to state party conventions, and relative to the form for declarations of candidacy for delegates to state party conventions.
11 HB0440 (New Title) prohibiting the suspension of civil liberties during a state of emergency.
12 HB0102 (Second New Title) establishing a commission to study worldwide combined reporting method for unitary businesses under the business profits tax, and relative to the treatment of water or sewerage disposal utilities under the business profits tax.
13 HB0116 relative to personal delivery devices and mobile carriers.
14 HB0207 repealing the regulation of household goods carriers.
15 HB0589 requiring workers' compensation to cover prophylactic treatment for critical exposure
16 HB1063 (New Title) relative to the technical changes to the administration of certain taxes by the department of revenue administration and relative to county redevelopment district bonds for an unincorporated place.
17 HB1427 relative to membership on the speech-language pathology and hearing care provider governing board.
18 HB1441 establishing a commission to organize the observance of the 250th anniversary of the declaration of independence.
19 HB0398 making an appropriation to the department of environmental services for funding eligible wastewater projects.
20 HB0418 relative to supreme court reporting.
21 HB1016 (New Title) relative to licensing of speech-language specialists.
22 HB1029 relative to the Claremont police commission.
23 HB1062 relative to the duties of the electrology advisory committee.
24 HB1074 relative to notice to a chartered public school of a special education services meeting.
25 HB1228 relative to recommendations of the joint committee on dedicated funds.
26 HB1327 including diabetes in the conditions listed for eligibility for a service animal.
27 HB1437 relative to registration plates for antique farm tractors.
28 HB1575 (New Title) relative to waiver of tuition in the university system and community college system.
29 HB0457 (New Title) relative to the meetings of the legislative youth advisory council.
30 HB0571 repealing the prohibition against OHRV travel on Hoit Road Marsh.
31 HB1030 relative to licensure by alternate experience for licensed nursing assistant.
32 HB1059 clarifying limits on licensure by operation of law.
33 HB1110 relative to windshield tint waivers.
34 HB1214 eliminating fees for walking disability placards.
35 HB1218 relative to the merger of Granite State college with the university of New Hampshire.
36 HB1234 relative to criminal background checks for an applicant for a teaching credential.
37 HB1316 directing the director of the state police to develop requirements for eFoil and electric hydrofoil surfboard watercraft.
38 HB1323 relative to hike safe cards.
39 HB1354 relative to regulation by the New Hampshire real estate commission.
40 HB1456 relative to the Hampton marine memorial.
41 HB1558 relative to insurance holding companies.
42 HB1559 relative to laws administered by the insurance department.
43 HB1562 clarifying the prohibition on using an electronic or telecommunications device while driving.
44 HB1581 relative to the use of open source software by state agencies.
45 SB0240 apportioning state senate districts.
46 SB0241 apportioning executive council districts.
47 HB0122 (New Title) amending the capital appropriation for an aviation hangar bay in the department of military affairs and veterans services.
48 HB0241 (New Title) repealing the definition of brook trout.
49 HB0410 (New Title) establishing a commission to study the assessing of power generation and utility transmission
50 HB0576 relative to victims compensation fund eligibility.
51 HB1000 prohibiting motorcycle profiling.
52 HB1003 prohibiting health care providers from refusing to provide care or services based on patient vaccination status.
53 HB1005 relative to the creation of a New Hampshire low-grade timber and wood emerging market commission.
54 HB1010 requiring municipal voter history to be made accessible in the statewide centralized voter registration database.
55 HB1035 relative to exemptions from school vaccine mandates.
56 HB1037 relative to the governor's duties during a state of emergency.
57 HB1045 (New Title) relative to the composition of the ethics oversight advisory committee.
58 HB1052 relative to the number of rounds of ammunition allowed for hunting regardless of firearm capacity.
59 HB1069 (New Title) relative to the election of village district commissioners.
60 HB1085 relative to ignition lock requirements.
61 HB1102 relative to certain committees and commissions of the department of state.
62 HB1157 relative to electronic ballot counting devices.
63 HB1164 revising the agriculture in the classroom committee.
64 HB1182 relative to the board of court reporters.
65 HB1192 (New Title) relative to the board of acupuncture licensing and relative to the qualifications for licensure as an acupuncturist.
66 HB1202 relative to transportation of pupils to school activities by a contract carrier.
67 HB1206 relative to the source of funding for appointment of counsel or other services for indigent persons.
68 HB1235 relative to compensation paid to a crime victim.
69 HB1239 relative to habitual offender hearings.
70 HB1341 relative to the definition of conviction in motor vehicle laws.
71 HB1344 relative to the authority of real estate brokers.
72 HB1446 relative to the governing board of recreational therapists and relative to the governing board of respiratory care practitioners.
73 HB1457 relative to chain of custody of ballot boxes after an election.
74 HB1488 expanding the prohibition against discrimination based on an individual's election not to participate in the state vaccine registry.
75 HB1491 relative to natural gas transmission pipeline safety.
76 HB1497 relative to optional allowances in the retirement system.
77 HB1505 establishing concurrent jurisdiction in juvenile matters with the U.S. Department of Defense for coordination with the military family advocacy program.
78 HB1527 (New Title) relative to vote returns.
79 HB1528 (New Title) establishing a public boat access donation program for operators of non-motorized boats.
80 HB1530 (New Title) establishing curricular transfer pathways between the community college system of New Hampshire and the university system of New Hampshire.
81 HB1534 authorizing the use of side exhausts for antique vehicles.
82 HB1577 relative to exemptions from prosecution for victims of human trafficking.
83 HB1608 (New Title) relative to withdrawal from the state immunization registry.
84 HB1622 (New Title) relative to notice that a health care provider is no longer accepting new patients and relative to mental health parity.
85 HB1659 relative to criminal history background checks for certain health care workers.
86 HB1673 (New Title) relative to certain provisions of the fetal life protection act requiring an ultrasound examination.
87 SB0201 relative to naming a bridge in the town of Rumney and a bridge in the town of Center Harbor.
88 SB0223 relative to requirements for recovery houses.
89 SB0260 relative to search and rescue teams activated by fish and game.
90 SB0279 establishing a study committee on harm reduction and overdose prevention programs.
91 SB0284 relative to the treatment of glaucoma.
92 SB0306 relative to the penalties for various motor vehicle violations.
93 SB0348 relative to political expenditures and contributions.
94 SB0356 relative to medical benefits payments by state retirees.
95 SB0380 relative to solid waste rules and landfill containment tests.
96 SB0391 relative to the operation of a state forensic psychiatric hospital.
97 SB0396 relative to solid waste management.
98 SB0414 (New Title) relative to the definition of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
99 SB0423 relative to a closed loop referral system in the department of health and human services.
100 SB0439 relative to the brain and spinal cord injury advisory council and community-based support program.
101 SB0460 relative to salaries for employee positions approved by the joint committee on employee classification.
102 HB0536 relative to death benefits for public works employees killed in the line of duty, and relative to workers' compensation offsets for certain retirement system benefits.
103 HB1001 authorizing the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains to issue decals for multi-use decal plates.
104 HB1018 relative to the board of medical imaging and radiation therapy.
105 HB1048 relative to minimum nonforfeiture amounts under the standard nonforfeiture law for individual deferred annuities.
106 HB1118 relative to the determination of parental rights and responsibilities following the death of a child's parent or guardian.
107 HB1205 allowing the department of environmental services to have access to enhanced 911 information.
108 HB1220 prohibiting the docking of houseboats on Perkins Pond in Sunapee.
109 HB1236 relative to the legislative oversight committee for the education improvement and assessment program.
110 HB1244 relative to parental consent to medical and dental treatments of children in schools.
111 HB1249 relative to weights and measures.
112 HB1263 (New Title) relative to prescribed studies on health, physical education, wellness, and personal finance literacy in schools.
113 HB1285 relative to the multi-use energy data platform.
114 HB1303 relative to causes for absolute divorce.
115 HB1331 relative to power line maintenance and construction.
116 HB1367 relative to civics instruction in schools.
117 HB1475 relative to the enforcement authority of liquor enforcement officers.
118 HB1493 relative to the drug forfeiture fund.
119 HB1609 (NEW TITLE) relative to certain provisions of the fetal life protection act requiring an ultrasound examination.
120 HB1613 (New Title) relative to certain liquor manufacturers.
121 HB1667 relative to the standard and optional veterans' tax credits and the all veterans' tax credit.
122 HB1677 relative to the administration and settlement of claims of abuse at the youth development center and making an appropriation therefor.
123 SB0053 (New Title) relative to confidentiality of department of revenue administration records.
124 SB0210 relative to the sale of manufactured housing parks.
125 SB0220 relative to establishing a committee to study licensure of mental health professionals.
126 SB0225 relative to the bond required of applicants for auctioneer licenses.
127 SB0239 relative to noncompliance with municipal audit requirements.
128 SB0256 establishing a committee to study the feasibility of replacing the site evaluation committee.
129 SB0265 relative to the aggregation of electric customers by counties.
130 SB0268 relative to the approval of power purchase agreements for offshore wind energy resources from the Gulf of Maine.
131 HB1663 relative to requirements for home education students.
132 SB0277 relative to emergency or temporary health care licenses.
133 HB0314 relative to homestead food operation licensure.
134 HB1163 relative to over voted ballots.
135 HB1230 permitting online presentation of deer for registration.
136 HB1246 relative to interlock devices.
137 HB1270 (New Title) repealing the legislative oversight committee to monitor the transformation of delivery of electric services.
138 HB1288 (New Title) relative to the terms for certain officers and the names, duties, and funds of certain divisions within the department of administrative services.
139 HB1462 relative to motorcycle learner's permits.
140 HB1614 requiring the recording and storing of digital video in all state-funded juvenile detention facilities.
141 SB0205 relative to the insurance department administration fund.
142 SB0206 relative to consumer guaranty contracts.
143 SB0207 relative to administrative fee credit for insurance company external review.
144 SB0208 relative to life insurance.
145 SB0212 relative to liquor manufacturers.
146 SB0221 relative to the internal organization of the department of corrections.
147 SB0226 establishing a recruitment and retention program for state employment.
148 SB0228 (New Title) relative to the regulation and practice of physician assistants.
149 SB0233 relative to water bottle filling stations in schools.
150 SB0236 (New Title) establishing a committee to study New Hampshire teacher shortages and recruitment incentives, and relative to defining secondary school grades for teacher loan forgiveness programs.
151 SB0251 relative to the advisory board of a tax increment financing district.
152 SB0261 relative to net metering participation.
153 SB0267 establishing the upland invasive species program, program fund, and program coordinator in the department of agriculture, markets, and food.
154 SB0272 establishing a committee to study the oversight and operation of the public deposit investment pool.
155 SB0275 (New Title) relative to the opioid abatement trust fund and advisory commission.
156 SB0276 relative to the reporting requirements for the regenerative manufacturing workforce development program.
157 SB0278 (New Title) relative to funding for the Piscataqua River turning basin project in the port authority in the Pease development authority.
158 SB0283 relative to membership of the council on autism spectrum disorders and the developmental services quality council.
159 SB0288 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the listing of immunizations for children.
160 SB0297 relative to obtaining out-of-state discovery and testimony.
161 SB0303 (Second New Title) relative to the reimbursement of sheriffs offices for prisoner custody and control.
162 SB0305 relative to the operation of personal water craft in marked channels from Hampton Falls to Hampton Harbor.
163 SB0312 relative to adjusted assessments of taxable property.
164 SB0317 reducing the interest rate for abatements of paid property taxes.
165 SB0318 extending the hours in which games of chance may be conducted.
166 SB0325 relative to local organization for emergency management and first responders.
167 SB0334 (New Title) establishing a committee to study property blight in New Hampshire cities and towns.
168 SB0335 relative to collaborative pharmacy practice agreements.
169 SB0337 relative to emergency medical and trauma services data sharing to the purposes of analysis.
170 SB0352 relative to substitute teacher criminal history records check.
171 SB0363 relative to service credit for certain group II retirement eligibility.
172 SB0371 making an appropriation to the lead paint hazard remediation fund.
173 SB0375 relative to requirements for charitable organizations.
174 SB0382 (New Title) relative to licensure requirements for telehealth services and relative to licensure of physicians and physicians assistants through reciprocity agreements.
175 SB0386 relative to the determination of state adequate education grants and chartered public school tuition amounts.
176 SB0429 relative to the site evaluation committee.
177 SB0440 (New Title) relative to the office of offshore wind industry development.
178 SB0442 relative to the suspension of a vehicle registration as a result of evading toll collection systems.
179 SB0446 (New Title) directing the department of health and human services to develop a plan relative to fostering sustainable childcare opportunities for working families and businesses.
180 SB0454 establishing a committee to study the information collected by the division of vital records administration as part of the live birth worksheet.
181 SB0346 (New Title) relative to a feasibility and impact study for the construction of a pier on Hampton Beach.
182 HB1319 relative to granting certain corrections personnel death benefits if killed in the line of duty.
183 SB0273 relative to broadband infrastructure funding.
184 HB1587 relative to determination of average final compensation under the retirement system and making an appropriation therefor.
185 HB1097 relative to taxation of income of New Hampshire residents when working remotely for an out of state employer.
186 HB1103 relative to certain assets in a divorce proceeding.
187 HB1125 relative to school emergency plans.
188 HB1168 (New Title) establishes a committee to study the New Hampshire law relative to soil conditioners and relative to costs eligible for reimbursement from the oil discharge and disposal cleanup fund.
189 HB1221 (Third New Title) relative to the rate of the business profits tax, and relative to payment by the state to political subdivisions of an amount equal to a portion of retirement system contributions of political subdivision employers.
190 HB1277 relative to the reporting of cybersecurity incidents.
191 HB1318 relative to penalties for employer noncompliance with retirement system requirements.
192 HB1320 relative to public exposure of deceased human bodies.
193 HB1339 relative to the Winnipesaukee River basin control replacement fund.
194 HB1343 allowing limited legal services to be provided by certain paraprofessionals.
195 HB1381 relative to student school board members.
196 HB1388 relative to the unsolicited disclosure of an intimate image.
197 HB1390 relative to access to language translation services in telemedicine.
198 HB1398 establishing a committee to study the feasibility of centralized criminal history records checks in education.
199 HB1420 prohibiting the issuance of new landfill permits until the state's solid waste plan is updated.
200 HB1469 (Second New Title) establishing a committee to study the need for anti-discrimination legislation in the New Hampshire financial services industry.
201 HB1496 (New Title) requiring political subdivisions to make voter checklists available in electronic form to any resident.
202 HB1507 requiring childcare investigatory findings to be timely published.
203 HB1535 (New Title) relative to a one-time allowance for certain state retirees.
204 HB1546 (Second New Title) enabling the commissioner of the department of environmental services to adopt rules relative to airborne PFAS in certain circumstances.
205 HB1548 relating to the sale of the Lakes Region Facility.
206 HB1554 (Second New Title) relative to online payment of fees relating to the operation of off highway recreational vehicles and snowmobiles, and relative to grants administered by the bureau of trails for OHRV trail development and maintenance.
207 HB1579 relative to landowner liability on land authorized for outdoor recreational activities.
208 HB1584 establishing a capital improvement grant program for the benefit of state fairs and agricultural fairs.
209 HB1594 relative to assistance to certain students with disabilities in registering to vote.
210 HB1636 relative to prohibitions on carrying a loaded firearm on an OHRV or snowmobile.
211 SB0204 relative to the definition of "covered claim" for purposes of the New Hampshire insurance guaranty association act.
212 SB0242 relative to the disqualification of certain persons from performing the duties of an election official.
213 SB0282 (New Title) relative to the board of acupuncture licensing and relative to the qualifications for licensure as an acupuncturist.
214 SB0285 relative to discount medical plan organizations.
215 SB0289 (New Title) relative to glucagon administration and relative to the dispenser report under the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
216 SB0309 authorizing certain organizations to issue decal plates.
217 SB0316 relative to lucky 7 licenses.
218 SB0321 relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers in intrastate commerce and including qualifying storage systems.
219 SB0330 (New Title) establishing a committee to study and make recommendations relative to the office of professional licensure and certification and the licensure of professions under boards, councils, and commissions within the office and relative to the expiration of terms of the board of foresters members.
220 SB0336 relative to family mediator interns.
221 SB0345 relative to youth employment.
222 SB0350 relative to rulemaking by the state board of education on educational personnel applicant checks and licensing standards.
223 SB0354 relative to insurance adjuster licensing, insurance producer licensing fees, and the sale of credit life and credit accident and health insurance policies by banks.
224 SB0367 relative to the regulatory status of advanced recycling and manufacturing facilities.
225 SB0368 (New Title) establishing the agricultural hearings officer revolving fund and relative to penalties for unlawfully transferring dogs, cats, and ferrets.
226 SB0379 (New Title) establishing the solid waste management fund and grant program.
227 SB0383 relative to land surveying services.
228 SB0389 defining mobile service garages and relative to state vehicle inspections.
229 SB0393 relative to the use of restraints on pregnant women in the custody of a state or county correctional facility.
230 SB0394 (New Title) relative to the definition of a child with a disability under special education laws and providing funding for special education costs for students over age 21 to age 22.
231 SB0395 (New Title) establishing the wireless development initiative and the wireless deployment grant fund.
232 SB0398 (New Title) relative to the advisory committee to study the state building and fire codes.
233 SB0404 establishing a supplemental nutrition assistance program.
234 SB0405 (New Title) relative to fines and penalties for election law violations and relative to consequences resulting from election official misconduct.
235 SB0406 relative to driver's license reciprocity.
236 SB0409 relative to disaster relief loans.
237 SB0412 making an appropriation to the department of health and human services for nursing home reimbursement rates.
238 SB0416 relative to behavioral health assessment and treatment for children in out-of-home placements.
239 SB0418 relative to verification of voter affidavits.
240 SB0421 relative to dual and concurrent enrollment for career and technical education center students.
241 SB0435 relative to the net operating loss carryover under the business profits tax.
242 SB0443 relative to municipal authority regarding the state building code.
243 SB0444 relative to childhood adverse experiences treatment and prevention.
244 SB0450 relative to the prescription drug affordability board.
245 HB1258 (New Title) relative to the implementation of the department of energy and relative to the definition of "municipal host" for purposes of limited electrical energy producers.
246 HB0084 (New Title) declaring May 21, 2022 as Ona Judge Staines Day.
247 HB0293 relative to the procedure for adoption of a minor child.
248 HB0347 relative to driving with a suspended license.
249 HB0381 relative to laboratory testing.
250 HB0481 establishing the office of the right-to-know ombudsman and making an appropriation therefor.
251 HB0503 (Second New Title) codifying the council on housing stability and relative to telehealth and medically assisted treatment for substance use disorder.
252 HB0514 relative to ballot column rotation.
253 HB0543 establishing a commission to study nuclear power and nuclear reactor technology in New Hampshire.
254 HB1039 (Third New Title) relative to the definition of "beverage manufacturer retail outlet," certain liquor licenses and fees, including beer and specialty beverage festival licenses, relative to direct to consumer shipments of alcohol.
255 HB1040 (New Title) establishing a commission to study revenue alternatives to the road toll for the funding of improvements to the state's highways and bridges and their resulting improvements to the environment.
256 HB1132 relative to applications for a charter conversion school.
257 HB1160 relative to obedience to signals at railroad crossings.
258 HB1178 prohibiting the state from enforcing any federal statute, regulation, or Presidential Executive Order that restricts or regulates the right of the people to keep and bear arms. 
259 HB1311 (New Title) prohibiting persons charged with or convicted of certain assault or controlled drug possession violations from employment in a public school or being granted teaching credentials.
260 HB1335 relative to the parole board and the procedure for medical parole of prisoners.
261 HB1448 relative to the pretermitted heir statute.
262 HB1467 (New Title) relative to recounts of state representative races during a general election.
263 HB1495 (New Title) prohibiting the state from requiring businesses to require vaccine or documentation related to vaccination or immunity status.
264 HB1513 (Third New Title) relative to the definition of a child with a disability under special education laws and providing funding for special education costs for students over age 21 until their 22nd birthday.
265 HB1526 (New Title) relative to income eligibility for in and out medical assistance and relative to the executive committee for the mental health counseling compact.
266 HB1531 (New Title) repealing certain statutory commissions relating to children.
267 HB1552 (New Title) establishing a board for the certification of assessing persons.
268 HB1597 permitting arraignments for felonies and preliminary examinations to be heard in circuit court.
269 HB1604 (New Title) including state medical facilities in the statute providing medical freedom in immunizations, and relative to licensure of case management service providers.
270 HB1606 (New Title) relative to administration of the state immunization registry.
271 HB1626 relative to the unique pupil identification system.
272 HB1661 (Seventh New Title) relative to regional career technical education agreements, an appropriation for preliminary work for a new legislative parking garage, health and human services, establishing an extraordinary need grant for schools, training and procedures for zoning and planning boards, and financial investments and incentives for affordable housing development.
273 HB1671 relative to the content of an adequate education.
274 SB0229 relative to pharmacist administration of vaccines.
275 SB0271 relative to the Burgess BioPower facility.
276 SB0364 relative to the use of electronic poll books.
277 SB0397 (Third New Title) relative to the mental health counseling compact and the interstate compact on the placement of children.
278 SB0419 (New Title) establishing a commission to study the delivery of public health services in New Hampshire through regional public health networks.
279 SB0424 relative to renewable energy and natural gas.
280 SB0445 (New Title) relative to the broadband matching grant initiative.
281 HB1503 (Third New Title) adopting the Uniform Commercial Code relative to controllable electronic records, relative to exempting the developer, seller, or facilitator of the exchange of an open blockchain token from certain securities laws and establishing state procurement policies intended to promote the use of American materials.
282 HB1174 relative to election challengers.
283 HB1397 relative to the length of terms for Rockingham county officers.
284 SB0366 requiring an audit of ballots cast in the 2022 primary and general election.
285 HB0103 establishing a dental benefit under the state Medicaid program.
286 HB0169 establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles.
287 HB0230 (New Title) relative to child day care monitoring visits and the appeals process for child day care providers.
288 HB0355 relative to Keno.
289 HB0591 (New Title) relative to certain liquor license fees.
290 HB1011 (New Title) relative to criminal mischief.
291 HB1021 (New Title) prohibiting certain zoning regulation of land or structures used primarily for religious purposes.
292 HB1066 (Second New Title) requiring the commissioner of the department of environmental services to prepare a plan relative to cyanobacterial blooms in New Hampshire.
293 HB1106 (Second New Title) establishing a commission to study recruiting members of the armed forces and the commission on demographic trends.
294 HB1109 (Second New Title) relative to the authority of a city or town to limit the use or operation of an OHRV on certain ways.
295 HB1130 (New Title) relative to restroom access for persons with certain medical conditions and relative to the procedure for obtaining a marriage license.
296 HB1134 establishing a commission to study proper labeling and disposal of disposable wipes.
297 HB1135 requiring a performance audit of the department of education, education freedom account program.
298 HB1139 relative to ophthalmic prescription requirements.
299 HB1185 relative to treatment of water contaminated with perfluorinated chemicals.
300 HB1186 relative to companion animals during a declared state of emergency.
301 HB1188 (New Title) establishing a commission to study OHRV use in the state and clarifying certain towing statutes.
302 HB1293 (New Title) relative to the design of sewage or waste disposal systems for a person's own domicile, and relative to water well and sewage or waste disposal systems.
303 HB1299 relative to the process for the importation of wildlife and creating an appeal process for denials of permits.
304 HB1439 (New Title) relative to health care facility visitation policies.
305 HB1455 relative to state enforcement of federal vaccination mandates.
306 HB1466 relative to the off-label use of prescription drugs and relative to pharmacy prescriptions.
307 HB1487 relative to the procedure for withdrawal from the vaccine registry.
308 HB1599 relative to customer generators who sell renewable energy certificates.
309 HB1627 (Second New Title) establishing an education freedom account program administrator in the department of education and making an appropriation therefor.
310 HB1653 (New Title) relative to educational and employment opportunities and protections for military families and their dependents and relative to temporary licenses for emergency and advanced emergency care providers.
311 HB1681 (New Title) relative to the state building code and the state fire code.
312 HB1682 establishing the law enforcement conduct review committee in the New Hampshire police standards and training council and making an appropriation therefor.
313 SB0238 relative to special education services in chartered public schools.
314 SB0313 (Second New Title) relative to the authority of the office of professional licensure and certification to establish fees.
315 SB0353 relative to the education professional standards board.
316 SB0381 establishing an office of the advocate for special education.
317 SB0385 relative to financial exploitation of vulnerable adults.
318 SB0420 (Third New Title) establishing an extraordinary need grant for schools.
319 SB0422 establishing an adult dental benefit under the state Medicaid program.
320 HB0091 relative to death benefits of first responders who die from suicide.
321 HB1148 (New Title) relative to a report on the authority of government entities subordinate to the state to restrict the types of fuel sources that may be used for energy.
322 HB1256 (Second New Title) relative to positions within the department of military affairs and veterans services, making an appropriation to the state regenerative manufacturing workforce development fund, and adjusting and making an appropriation relative to the medicaid reimbursement rates for ambulance services.
323 HB1269 relative to certain legislative study committees.
324 HB1280 (New Title) prohibiting a parent's refusal to vaccinate a child from being used as evidence in any proceeding to terminating parental rights and enacting the 2009 interstate compact for the placement of children.
325 HB1421 relative to lead in school drinking water.
326 HB1547 (New Title) relative to per fluorinated chemical remediation in soil and procedures for certain hazardous waste generators.
327 HB1567 (New Title) relative to consequences resulting from election official misconduct.
328 SB0262 relative to customer generators of electric energy.
329 SB0270 (New Title) establishing a low-moderate income community solar program.
330 SB0281 relative to nursing home policies regarding notice of vacancy.
331 SB0357 relative to mental health training for first responders.
332 SB0376 (New Title) relative to creating a board to review police incidents involving citizens affected by mental health issues.
333 SB0410 (New Title) relative to public comment periods at school district meetings and meetings of the state board of education.
334 HB1624 relative to students with disabilities participating in co-curricular activities and making an appropriation therefor.
335 HB2022 relative to the 10-year transportation plan.
336 SB0302 establishing the personal privacy protection act.
337 SB0373 relative to coverage for certain mental illnesses.
338 SB0401 (Fifth New Title) making appropriations to the department of transportation for local highway aid and to the body-worn and dashboard camera fund, and permitting the department of transportation to operate dash cameras in fleet vehicles.
339 SB0402 (New Title) relative to financial assistance for municipalities affected by disasters.
340 SB0459 relative to a health care facility workplace violence prevention program.
341 SB0390 relative to telemedicine and telehealth.
342 SB0360 relative to national guard educational benefits.
343 HB1038 (New Title) naming a bridge in Londonderry in honor of Robert J. Prowse and a bridge in Portsmouth in honor of Staff Sergeant Jesse E. Sherrill.
344 SB0234 requiring student identification cards to include the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
345 SB0408 directing the department of health and human services to make adjustments to the facility fee reimbursement schedule for freestanding birthing centers.
346 HB2023 making appropriations to the department of energy for a state emergency fuel assistance program and a supplemental electric benefit, and relative to the electric low-income program fund.