New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Kevin Verville

Bill Title Introduced↑ Latest Action
HB 1480 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the membership of the board of trustees of a chartered public school.
Nov 03 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate, Ma, Vv === Bill Killed ===; 04/05/2018; Sj 11
Apr 05 2018
HB 1431 (2018 Regular Session)
prohibiting the state and political subdivisions from acquiring military-equipped vehicles or equipment which are not readily available in an open national commercial market.
Nov 03 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 02/08/2018 Hj 3 P. 11
Feb 08 2018
HB 1440 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to prohibiting the adoption of administrative rules after final objection by the joint legislative committee on administrative rules.
Nov 03 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/06/2018 Hj 6 P. 35
Mar 06 2018
HB 1392 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to tallies of votes on budget items or warrant articles.
Nov 06 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 06/12/2018; Chapter 246; Eff. 8/11/2018
Jun 18 2018
HB 1499 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the focus and components of New Hampshire kindergartens.
Nov 06 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 06/18/2018; Chapter 269; Eff. 8/17/2018
Jun 20 2018
HB 1281 (2018 Regular Session)
establishing an executive order registry.
Nov 07 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 05/15/2018; Chapter 28; Eff. 7/14/2018
May 17 2018
HB 1307 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the first session of annual meetings.
Nov 07 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 06/12/2018; Chapter 241; Eff. 8/11/2018
Jun 18 2018
CACR 11 (2018 Regular Session)
relating to elections. Providing that a majority of selectmen shall be present at certain polling places.
Nov 07 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Dv 256-76 03/22/2018 Hj 10 P. 13
Mar 22 2018
HB 1221 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to petitioned warrant articles.
Nov 07 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 02/08/2018 Hj 3 P. 10
Feb 08 2018
HB 1283 (2018 Regular Session)
prohibiting sobriety checkpoints.
Nov 07 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate, Rc 15y-7n, Ma === Bill Killed ===; 04/19/2018; Sj 13
Apr 19 2018
HB 1286 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to fishing and hunting licenses for permanently disabled veterans.
Nov 07 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 07/02/2018; Chapter 346; Eff. 01/01/2019
Jul 10 2018
HB 1557 (2018 Regular Session)
requiring meetings and sessions of committees of the house of representatives to be recorded and made available on the Internet.
Nov 09 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Rc 236-96 02/15/2018 Hj 4 P. 11
Feb 15 2018
HB 1579 (2018 Regular Session)
requiring records to be kept for certain exempt convenings under the right-to-know law.
Nov 13 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate, Ma, Vv === Bill Killed ===; 04/19/2018; Sj 13
Apr 19 2018
HB 1572 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to alternative transportation of students for public school activities.
Nov 13 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Vv 03/06/2018 Hj 6 P. 29
Mar 06 2018
HB 1707 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to information regarding abortion.
Nov 16 2017 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-2)
Oct 29 2018
HB 1744 (2018 Regular Session)
authorizing a parent to exempt his or her child from participating in the statewide assessment program.
Nov 20 2017 Signed By Governor Sununu 05/25/2018; Chapter 91; Eff. 7/24/2018
May 31 2018
HB 1789 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to costs of requests which are in electronic format under the right-to-know law.
Dec 05 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Rc 213-117 03/15/2018 Hj 8 P. 16
Mar 15 2018
SB 380 (2018 Regular Session)
relative to the therapeutic use of cannabis.
Dec 12 2017 Signed By The Governor On 06/08/2018; Chapter 0219; Effective 06/08/2018
Jun 14 2018
HB 1232 (2020 Regular Session)
relative to the burden of proof in special education hearings.
Dec 02 2019 Interim Study Report: Not Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 13-0)
Oct 20 2020
HB 1335 (2020 Regular Session)
relative to private rights of action regarding pupil safety.
Dec 02 2019 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Rc 183-142 02/13/2020 Hj 3 P. 13
Feb 13 2020

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