Sponsored Bills


HB 1686

relative to requiring excess revenues raised through the statewide education property tax to be remitted to the education trust fund and prohibiting the department of revenue administration from setting negative local and county tax rates on real property.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Lay HB1686 on Table (Rep. Ladd): MA DV 193-181 02/22/2024 Feb 22 2024

HB 1648

relative to electronic payments to employees debit cards.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Indefinitely Postpone (Rep. B. Sullivan): MA DV 338-2 03/21/2024 Mar 21 2024

CACR 22

relating to the New Hampshire presidential primary. Providing that the New Hampshire presidential primary shall be the first presidential primary of a presidential election cycle.

  • Introduced Dec 13 2023
  • Executive Session: 03/19/2024 10:30 am LOB 306-308 Mar 13 2024

SB 469

relative to allowing surveillance of a park and ride facility in certain circumstances.

  • Introduced Dec 12 2023
  • Introduced 02/29/2024 and referred to Transportation HJ 6 Feb 29 2024
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Recent Votes


Apr 11, 2024

Steven D. Smith voted No

HB 1656

Fail

Adopt Amendment

Apr 11, 2024

Steven D. Smith voted Yes

HB 1656

Pass

OTPA

Apr 11, 2024

Steven D. Smith voted Other

HB 1678

Fail

ITL


Sources

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