New Hampshire General Court

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408 Representatives
  • 200 Republicans
  • 195 Democrats
  • 3 Independents
24 Senators
  • 14 Republicans
  • 10 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 1712

renewing the committee to study non-pharmacological treatment options for patients with chronic pain.

HR 33

Memorializing Sharon Nordgren of Hanover

  • Introduced Feb 15 2024

SB 602

making an appropriation to the university system of New Hampshire and the community college system of New Hampshire for marketing of hospitality management programs.

SB 597

relative to lucky 7 ticket dispenser devices.

  • Introduced Feb 02 2024
  • Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 03/07/2024; Vote 5-0; CC; SC 9 Feb 21 2024
  • Sponsored by Kevin Avard
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Recently Passed

HB 1186

relative to firearm purchaser's privacy.

  • Introduced Dec 01 2023
  • Referral Waived by Committee Chair per House Rule 47(f) 02/22/2024 HJ 6 Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Steven Smith, John Potucek, Judy Aron, and 4 more.

HB 1128

relative to the definition of a scholarship organization for purposes of the education tax credit.

  • Introduced Nov 28 2023
  • Indefinitely Postpone (Rep. Ladd): MA RC 191-187 02/22/2024 HJ 6 Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by David Luneau

HB 1466

relative to providing disaster relief funding to municipalities after a natural disaster.

SB 317

relative to establishing a New Hampshire-Ireland trade council.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2024 Regular Session 1321
2023 Regular Session 942
2022 Regular Session 1210
2021 Regular Session 776
2020 Regular Session 1215
2019 Regular Session 1000
2018 Regular Session 1107
2017 Regular Session 871

Sources

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