NH Legislation


BillTitle & Upcoming MeetingsSponsorCategoriesStatusPosition / Testimony
HB 596 (2017) Relative to Review Hearings In Involuntary Admission Cases.

Rep. J.R. Hoell
Behavioral Health
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 22-1)
HB 628 (2017) Relative to A Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program.

Rep. Mary Gile
Workforce / Professional
Refer to Interim Study, RC 14Y-10N, MA; 04/26/2018
HB 630 (2017) Relative to The Establishment Of A Publicly Transparent Interdepartmental Health Information and Analysis Program For New Hampshire and Establishing A Special Fund.

Rep. Stephen Schmidt
Health Care Information / Privacy
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 13-4)
HB 636 (2017) (new Title) Establishing A Department Of Military and Veterans Services.

Rep. Russell Ober
State Government / Agencies
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 13-0)
HB 1217 Amending The Certification Requirements For School Nurses.

Rep. Gregory Hill
Licensing / Certification
Killed in Senate: MA, VV === BILL KILLED ===
HB 1362 Authorizing Individuals and Certain Businesses to Purchase Health Insurance From Out-of-state Companies.

Rep. Glenn Cordelli
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 14-3)
HB 1373 Relative to An Individual's Property Right In His or Her Dna.

Rep. Neal Kurk
Health Care Information / Privacy
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 05/02/2018
HB 1388 Relative to Testing For Lyme Disease.

Rep. Howard Moffett
Public Health / Health Promotion
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 14-2)
HB 1397 Relative to The Rights Of Temporary Workers.

Rep. Janice Schmidt
Workforce / Professional
Killed in House: MA DV 179-154 03/21/2018
HB 1465 Relative to Coverage For Hearing Aids Under Medicare Supplemental Insurance.

Rep. John Bordenet
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 15-2)
HB 1500 Relative to Workplace Violence, Workplace Injuries and Death In The Workplace.

Rep. Mark MacKenzie
Workforce / Professional
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 12-0)
HB 1506 (second New Title) Relative to The Commission On Primary Care Workforce Issues.

Rep. William Marsh
Licensing / Certification
Signed by Governor Sununu 06/12/2018; Chapter 248; Eff. 6/12/2018 Support
HB 1506 testimony 011818 FINAL 2.pdf (2-27)
HB 1506 testimony 032818 FINAL.pdf (3-28)
HB 1537 Relative to A Second Opinion On Health Care Matters For State or County Prisoners.

Rep. Amanda Bouldin
Quality & Patient Safety
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 05/02/2018
HB 1570 Relative to The Scope Of Rules Adopted Under The Administrative Procedures Act Pursuant to Statutory Authorization For Agency Rules.

Rep. Michael Harrington
State Government / Agencies
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 11-2)
HB 1711 Relative to Rehabilitation Under The Workers' Compensation Law.

Rep. Herbert Richardson
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Killed in House: MA VV 03/21/2018
HB 1733 Relative to Digital Electronic Product Repair.

Rep. Virginia Irwin
Miscellaneous / Other
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 9-8)
HB 1750 Relative to An Expectation Of Privacy In Personal Information.

Rep. Neal Kurk
Health Care Information / Privacy
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-2)
HB 1751 Relative to Insurance Coverage For Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders.

Rep. Mindi Messmer
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-7)
HB 1760 Establishing An Expectation Of Privacy In Personal Materials.

Rep. Neal Kurk
Health Care Information / Privacy
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-2)
HB 1762 Relative to Documentation Requirements For The Department Of Labor.

Rep. Laurie Sanborn
Workforce / Professional
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-2)
HB 1769 Relative to Maintenance Of Certification By Physicians or Applicants For A License to Practice Medicine In New Hampshire.

Rep. William Marsh
Licensing / Certification
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 04/19/2018
HB 1769_testimony_final.pdf (1-31)
HB 1769 testimony 032718 FINAL.pdf (3-28)
HB 1784 Relative to Cost Comparison For Certain Health Care Procedures.

Rep. Neal Kurk
Health Costs
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-7)
HB 1793 Establishing A New Hampshire Single Payer Health Care System.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Health Care Reform
Killed in House: MA VV 02/08/2018
HB 1799 Relative to Blood Testing For Individuals Exposed to Perfluorinated Chemicals In Private or Public Water Supplies.

Rep. Mindi Messmer
Public Health / Health Promotion
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 17-0)
HB 1811 Relative to The New Hampshire Health Protection Program.

Rep. Cindy Rosenwald
Medicaid
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 17-0) Support
HB 1811 testimony 011618 FINAL.pdf (2-9)
LSR 3 Requiring Juveniles Who Are Administered Narcan to Be Referred to The Sununu Youth Services Center.

Rep. Robert Elliott
Substance Misuse
LSR 7 Establishing A Petition Procedure to Protect Individuals From A Threat Of Violence.

Rep. Debra Altschiller
Behavioral Health
LSR 14 Establishing A Protective Order For Vulnerable Adults.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Miscellaneous / Other
LSR 18 Relative to The Number Of Days Per Year A Charitable Organization May Offer Games Of Chance.

Rep. Timothy Lang
Miscellaneous / Other
LSR 21 Relating to Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention. Providing That A Portion Of Liquor Commission Revenue Be Used For Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention.

Rep. Katherine Rogers
Substance Misuse
LSR 22 Establishing A Committee to Study The Effect The Opioid Crisis and Domestic Violence Has On New Hampshire Children.

Rep. Mary Jane Mulligan
Substance Misuse
LSR 24 Relative to Qualifications For and Exceptions From Licensure For Mental Health Practice.

Rep. Carol McGuire
Licensing / Certification
LSR 31 Requiring A Child's Primary Health Care Provider to Be Notified Of A Report Of Suspected Abuse or Neglect and Relative to Access to The Department Of Health and Human Services Case Record.

Rep. Skip Berrien
Health Care Information / Privacy
LSR 32 Relative to Training Requirements For Electrologists.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
LSR 39 Relative to Licensure Of Health Facilities Near A Critical Access Hospital.

Rep. William Marsh
Licensing / Certification
LSR 40 Relative to The Board Of Medicine and The Medical Review Subcommittee.

Rep. Polly Campion
Licensing / Certification
LSR 46 Establishing A Commission On Mental Health Education Programs.

Rep. Patricia Cornell
Behavioral Health
LSR 91 Relative to The Group and Individual Health Insurance Market.

Rep. Edward Butler
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
LSR 100 Relative to Induced Termination Of Pregnancy Statistics.

Health Care Information / Privacy
LSR 110 Relative to The Definition Of Child Abuse.

Rep. Dave Testerman
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 113 Relative to The Secure Psychiatric Unit.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Behavioral Health
LSR 120 Establishing A Commission to Study Equal Access and Opportunity For Students with Disabilities to Participate In Athletics.

Rep. Timothy Lang
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 127 Establishing A Minimum Wage.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Workforce / Professional
LSR 128 Establishing A New Hampshire Health Access Corporation.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Medicaid
LSR 129 Establishing A Commission to Examine The Feasibility Of The New England States Entering Into A Compact For A Single Payer Health Care Program.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
LSR 130 Relative to Medicare For All.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
LSR 131 Relative to Treatment Alternatives to Opioids.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Substance Misuse
LSR 140 Adding Opioid Addiction, Misuse, and Abuse to Qualifying Medical Conditions Under Therapeutic Use Of Cannabis.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Substance Misuse
LSR 151 Establishing A State Minimum Wage and Providing For Adjustments to The Minimum Wage.

Rep. Howard Moffett
Workforce / Professional
LSR 161 Establishing An Exemption From Criminal Penalties For Child Sex Trafficking Victims.

Rep. Linda Massimilla
Miscellaneous / Other
LSR 168 Abolishing Fluoridation In Water.

Rep. Richard Marple
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 173 Relative to Funding The New Hampshire Granite Advantage Health Care Program.

Rep. James McConnell
Medicaid
LSR 183 Adopting The Model Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact.

Sen. John Reagan
Behavioral Health
LSR 193 Relative to Persons Required to Register As A Lobbyist.

Rep. Marjorie Smith
State Government / Agencies
LSR 194 Defining The List Of Medically Recognized Disorders Identified On Drivers' Licenses.

Rep. John O'Connor
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 196 Relative to Serologic Testing Including Lyme Disease.

Rep. William Marsh
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 197 Relative to Direct Primary Care.

Rep. William Marsh
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 198 Relative to The Controlled Drug Prescription Health and Safety Program.

Rep. William Marsh
Substance Misuse
LSR 199 Establishing The New Hampshire Rare Disease Advisory Council.

Rep. William Marsh
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 200 Relative to Vaping.

Rep. William Marsh
Public Health / Health Promotion
LSR 203 Relative to A Graduate Physician Pilot Program.

Rep. William Marsh
Licensing / Certification
LSR 208 Making An Appropriation to Fund The Cross Border Drug Interdiction Program.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Substance Misuse
LSR 213 Relative to Animal Waste Cleanup In State Forests and State Parks.

Rep. Michael Harrington
LSR 223 Relative to License Requirements For Certain Mental Health and Drug Counselors.

Licensing / Certification
LSR 231 Establishing A Commission to Study The Suicide Rate Of Emergency and First Responders.

Behavioral Health
LSR 232 Allowing Counties to Establish Heroin Use Prevention and Treatment Programs.

Substance Misuse
LSR 233 Requesting An Investigation On Whether Benzodiazepines Contribute to Suicides By Veterans.

Substance Misuse
LSR 242 Relative to Inquiries By Prospective Employers Concerning Salary History.

Rep. Janice Schmidt
Workforce / Professional
LSR 246 Repealing Certain Statutes Concerning Reimbursement For Cost Of Care By Inmates.

Rep. David Welch
Health Costs
LSR 251 Relative to Political Advertisements On Behalf Of Political Committees or Advocacy Organizations.

Rep. Steven Smith
Miscellaneous / Other
SB 33 (2017) Relative to The Definition Of Political Advocacy Organization.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Miscellaneous / Other
Remove from Table (Rep. M. Smith): MF RC 152-174 04/12/2018
SB 154 (2017) Making Oral Contraceptives Available Without A Prescription.

Sen. Andy Sanborn
Prescription Drugs
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 01/03/2018
SB 189 (2017) Requiring Insurance Policies to Cover 3-d Mammography.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Signed by the Governor on 06/08/2018; Chapter 0208; Effective 08/07/2018 Support
SB189 testimony 020717.pdf (3-5)
SB 189 testimony 032718 FINAL.pdf (3-28)
SB 220 (2017) Relative to The Definition Of Mental Illness For Purposes Of Mental Health Services.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Behavioral Health
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 01/03/2018
SB 350 Relative to Biological Products Dispensed By Pharmacists.

Sen. Daniel Innis
Prescription Drugs
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 17-0)
SB 352 Relative to Examinations Of Injured Employees Under Workers' Compensation Law.

Sen. Donna Soucy
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Refer to Interim Study, RC 22Y-2N, MA; 02/15/2018
SB 475 Relative to Testing For Lyme Disease.

Sen. Gary Daniels
Public Health / Health Promotion
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 12-5)
SB 483 Relative to Procedures For Dispensing Controlled Drugs.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Prescription Drugs
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 17-0)
SB 502 Relative to Transparency and Standards For Acquisition Transactions In Health Care.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Community Benefits / Charitable Trusts
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 9-8)
SB 502_testimony_final.pdf (1-16)
SB 502_testimony_House Commerce_final 3.27.18.pdf (3-27)
SB 524 Relative to Head Injury Policies For The Community College System Of New Hampshire and The University System Of New Hampshire.

Sen. David Watters
Public Health / Health Promotion
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 10-5)
SB 537 (new Title) Conferring Extraterritorial Financing Powers On The New Hampshire Business Finance Authority.

Sen. Daniel Innis
State Government / Agencies
Signed by the Governor on 06/25/2018; Chapter 0331; Effective 06/25/2018
SB 546 Relative to Purchasing Alliances.

Sen. Andy Sanborn
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Interim Study Report: Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 13-4)
SB 547 Relative to Unused Prescription Drugs.

Sen. Daniel Innis
Prescription Drugs
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 02/22/2018
SB 550 Relative to Drop In or Walk In Clinics.

Sen. Andy Sanborn
Licensing / Certification
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 02/15/2018 Oppose
SB 550 testimony 011618 FINAL.pdf (2-9)
SB 551 Relative to Deductibles Under Health Insurance Policies.

Sen. Andy Sanborn
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 02/01/2018
SB 552 Relative to Transportation Of Trauma Victims By First Responders.

Sen. Bob Giuda
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 02/15/2018 Oppose
SB 552 testimony 1.18.18 FINAL.pdf (2-8)
SB 558 Relative to Discrimination Based On Pregnancy or Lactation.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Workforce / Professional
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 02/01/2018
SB 563 Establishing A Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiatives Tax Credit Against Business Taxes Administered By The Community Development Finance Authority.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Taxes / Fees
Interim Study Report: Not Recommended for Future Legislation (Vote 19-0)
SB 567 Relative to Workforce Development and Job Training.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Workforce / Professional
Refer to Interim Study, RC 12Y-11N, MA; 03/08/2018
SB 572 Relative to The Individual Health Insurance Market.

Sen. Andy Sanborn
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 03/08/2018