New Hampshire Bills

sponsored by Jean Jeudy

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
CACR 13 (2024 Regular Session)
relating to slavery and involuntary servitude. Providing that slavery and involuntary servitude shall be prohibited in the state of New Hampshire.
Dec 01 2023 Ought To Pass With Amendments 2024-1721s, Rc 24y-0n, By Necessary 3/5, Ma; Ot3rdg; 05/15/2024; Sj 12
May 15 2024
HB 644 (2024 Regular Session)
relative to regulating barbers, cosmetologists, and estheticians.
Jan 12 2023 Refer To Interim Study, Ma, Vv; 05/15/2024; Sj 12
May 09 2024
HB 644 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to regulating barbers, cosmetologists, and estheticians.
Jan 12 2023 Minority Committee Report: Inexpedient To Legislate
Nov 14 2023
HB 409 (2023 Regular Session)
relative to the organization of the office of professional licensure and certification.
Jan 10 2023 Signed By Governor Sununu 08/08/2023; Chapter 235; Eff: 07/15/2023 Hj 17
Aug 10 2023
HB 1560 (2022 Regular Session)
relative to nonresident licensure by the board of barbering, cosmetology, and esthetics.
Dec 14 2021 Refer To Interim Study, Ma, Vv; 04/28/2022; Sj 10
Apr 28 2022
HB 1171 (2022 Regular Session)
exempting certain niche beauty services from licensure requirements.
Nov 17 2021 Refer To Interim Study, Ma, Vv; 04/28/2022; Sj 10
Apr 28 2022
HB 607 (2022 Regular Session)
establishing local education savings accounts for students.
Jan 14 2021 Special Order (Rep. Ammon): Mf Dv 161-172 01/05/2022 Hj 1
Jan 11 2022
HB 607 (2021 Regular Session)
establishing local education savings accounts for students.
Jan 14 2021 Minority Committee Report: Refer For Interim Study
Nov 18 2021
HB 1528 (2018 Regular Session)
prohibiting discrimination in the university and community college systems.
Nov 06 2017 Inexpedient To Legislate: Ma Rc 210-123 03/06/2018 Hj 6 P. 74
Mar 06 2018

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