NH Legislation


BillTitle & Upcoming MeetingsSponsorCategoriesStatusPosition / Testimony
2020-2036 Relative to Patient Directed Care and Patient's Rights with Regard to End-of-life Decisions.

Rep. Catt Sandler
Health Care Decision Making
2020-2050 Relative to The Application Of The Tax On Meals and Rooms to Certain Dartmouth College Property.

Rep. Edith Tucker
Taxes / Fees
2020-2211 Relative to The Legalization and Regulation Of Cannabis and Making Appropriations Therefor.

Rep. Jerry Knirk
Public Health / Health Promotion
2020-2246 Requiring Electronic Filing Of Lobbyist's Forms and Statements.

Rep. Werner Horn
State Government / Agencies
2020-2535 Relative to The Collection Of Personal Information By Businesses.

Rep. Garrett Muscatel
Health Care Information / Privacy
2020-2572 Relative to Investigations Of Sudden Undetermined Infant Deaths (suid) By The Office Of The Chief Medical Examiner.

Rep. Linda Camarota
Public Health / Health Promotion
2020-2614 Relative to The Medicaid to Schools Program.

Rep. Glenn Cordelli
Medicaid
2020-2725 Establishing A Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Program.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Prescription Drugs
2020-2726 Relative to Rebates Paid to Pharmacy Benefits Managers.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Prescription Drugs
2020-2727 Relative to Transparency In Prescription Drug Pricing and Establishing A New Hampshire Prescription Drug Affordability Board.

Sen. Tom Sherman
Prescription Drugs
2020-2728 Prohibiting Price Gouging In The Sale Of Prescription Drugs.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Prescription Drugs
2020-2732 Relative to The Pease Development Authority Board Of Directors.

Sen. Tom Sherman
State Government / Agencies
2020-2733 Relative to Protective Orders For Vulnerable Adults.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Quality & Patient Safety
2020-2737 Relative to Prohibiting Unlicensed Persons From Using Titles or Descriptions Of Services For The Practice Of Medicine.

Sen. Tom Sherman
Licensing / Certification
2020-2745 Relative to Nursing Home Standards.

Sen. Ruth Ward
Licensing / Certification
2020-2749 Relative to Enforcement Of The State Building Code By Municipalities and The State Fire Marshal.

Sen. Ruth Ward
Emergency Management / Public Safety
2020-2752 Relative to Certification Requirements For Speech Pathologists.

Sen. John Reagan
Licensing / Certification
2020-2757 Relative to Certain Unclassified Positions In The Department Of Health and Human Services.

Sen. John Reagan
State Government / Agencies
2020-2763 Relative to Prescription Drug Formulary Changes.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Prescription Drugs
2020-2764 Requiring Employers to Provide Access to A Sufficient Space For Nursing Mothers and Reasonable Break Time.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Workforce / Professional
2020-2765 Relative to Management Of Chronic Pain.

Sen. John Reagan
Prescription Drugs
2020-2784 Relative to Hearings Of The New Hampshire Board Of Nursing.

Sen. Ruth Ward
Licensing / Certification
2020-2785 Proclaiming August 31 As International Overdose Awareness Day.

Sen. Melanie Levesque
Substance Use Disorder
2020-2793 Relative to Programs to Aid Veterans' Access to Employment, Entrepreneurship, Housing, Health Care and College Degrees.

Sen. Jon Morgan
Health Care Access
2020-2799 Relative to Cost Controls In Long-term Care.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Costs
2020-2803 Repealing The Sunset Provision For Insurance Coverage For Oral Anti-cancer Therapies.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2805 Relative to The Advisory Council On Career and Technical Education.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Workforce / Professional
2020-2808 Allowing Health Maintenance Organizations to Write Preferred Provider Organization Products For Medicare Advantage.

Sen. Tom Sherman
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2818 Relative to Funds For The Division Of Veterans Services.

Sen. Regina Birdsell
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2821 Relative to The Administration Of Epinephrine.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Quality & Patient Safety
2020-2822 Relative to Recovery Housing.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Substance Use Disorder
2020-2827 Relative to Establishing A Peer Support Program In The Department Of Health and Human Services.

Sen. Jon Morgan
State Government / Agencies
2020-2840 Relative to Fees For The Services Of Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
State Government / Agencies
2020-2841 Relative to Hazardous Pay For Certain Employees Of The State Prison and New Hampshire Hospital.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Workforce / Professional
2020-2842 Relative to The Treatment Of Glaucoma and Repealing The Joint Credentialing Committee For Optometrists.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Licensing / Certification
2020-2846 Relative to The New Hampshire Granite Advantage Health Care Trust Fund.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Medicaid
2020-2850 Establishing A Committee to Study The Safety Of Residents and Employees In Long-term Care Facilities.

Sen. Jon Morgan
Emergency Management / Public Safety
2020-2852 Relative to Prior Authorizations Under Group Health Insurance Policies and Managed Care.

Sen. Jon Morgan
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2860 Establishing A Commission to Study Payments In Lieu Of Taxes.

Sen. James Gray
Taxes / Fees
2020-2867 Relative to E-delivery Of Insurance Documents and Commercial Lines Renewal Notices.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2868 Relative to Prior Authorization For Prescription Drug Coverage.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2869 Relative to The Scope Of Medical Payments Under A Motor Vehicle Insurance Policy.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2884 Making Certain Technical Changes to The Insurance Laws.

Sen. Harold French
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2887 Relative to The Definition Of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Sen. Shannon Chandley
Public Health / Health Promotion
2020-2888 Relative to Policies For Students with Head Injuries.

Sen. David Watters
Public Health / Health Promotion
2020-2889 Establishing A Commission to Study Workplace Safety In Health Care Settings.

Sen. James Gray
Workforce / Professional
2020-2890 Relative to The Definition Of Controlled Drug Analog.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Prescription Drugs
2020-2905 Establishing A Commission to Study The Adoption Of Remote Online Notarization In New Hampshire.

Sen. Kevin Cavanaugh
State Government / Agencies
2020-2906 Relative to Workers' Compensation Auditable Policies.

Sen. Kevin Cavanaugh
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2909 Relative to Medicaid to Schools.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Medicaid
2020-2912 Enabling Municipalities to Adopt A Property Tax Credit For Densely-built Workforce Housing.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Workforce / Professional
2020-2936 Relative to A Property Tax Relief Program For Repairs and Updates Of Affordable Older Homes.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Taxes / Fees
2020-2952 Relative to The Reimbursement Of Costs Of Training Nursing Assistants.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Workforce / Professional
2020-2956 Relative to Prescription Medication For Treatment or Prevention Of Communicable Disease.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Prescription Drugs
2020-2958 Relative to The Commission On Interdisciplinary Primary Care Workforce.

Sen. Martha Hennessey
Workforce / Professional
2020-2959 Relative to Insurance Plans That Cover Maternity Benefits.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-2960 Relative to Management Of The Secure Psychiatric Unit Facility At New Hampshire Hospital.

Sen. Harold French
Behavioral Health
2020-2966 Relative to Penalties For Violations Of Privacy.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Health Care Information / Privacy
2020-2975 Establishing An Oversight Committee On The Office Of Professional Licensure and Certification.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Licensing / Certification
2020-3011 Relative to The Filing Of Administrative Rules By State Agencies.

Sen. John Reagan
State Government / Agencies
2020-3021 Establishing A Commission to Study Property Tax Exemptions For Charitable Organizations.

Sen. Melanie Levesque
Taxes / Fees
2020-3030 Relative to Probate Administration, Distribution Upon Intestacy, and Powers Of Attorney.

Sen. Dan Feltes
State Government / Agencies
2020-3043 Relative to Telemedicine Coverage and Reimbursements.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-3056 Relative to The Right-to-know Law.

Sen. Shannon Chandley
State Government / Agencies
2020-3058 Establishing A Statewide Solid Waste Disposal Reduction Goal.

Sen. David Watters
Energy / Environment
2020-3068 Relative to Possessing Controlled Drugs During A Public Health Incident.

Sen. John Reagan
Emergency Management / Public Safety
2020-3085 Relative to Medication Assisted Treatment (mat) By Telemedicine and Telehealth Services.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
2020-3088 Prohibiting Paper Billing Fees.

Rep. Safiya Wazir
Health Costs
2020-3089 Relative to Nonpublic Sessions Under The Right-to-know Law.

Rep. Charlotte DiLorenzo
State Government / Agencies
2020-3097 Relative to Prescription Drug Discount Prohibition.

Rep. Edward Butler
Prescription Drugs
2020-3101 Relative to The Recycling Of Plastic Film.

Rep. Karen Ebel
Energy / Environment
2020-3102 Establishing A Solid Waste Working Group On Solid Waste Management Planning.

Rep. Karen Ebel
Energy / Environment
2020-3103 Establishing A Working Group On Food Waste.

Rep. Karen Ebel
Energy / Environment
2020-3104 Relative to Compost.

Rep. Karen Ebel
Energy / Environment
CACR 1 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 Use Disorder
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 20-0; RC)
HB 102 Relative to Municipal Ordinances Regarding The Use Of Plastics.

Rep. Christy Bartlett
Energy / Environment
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2819h (Vote 12-7; RC); minority recommends Inexpedient to Legislate
HB 102 Testimony 030619 FINAL.pdf (3-8)
HB 186 Establishing A State Minimum Wage and Providing For Adjustments to The Minimum Wage.

Rep. Howard Moffett
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study
HB 192 Abolishing Fluoridation In Water.

Rep. Richard Marple
Public Health / Health Promotion
Lay on Table (Rep. Suzanne Smith): MA DV 220-116 03/20/2019
HB 233 Relative to The Group and Individual Health Insurance Market.

Rep. Edward Butler
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study; Vote 5-0
HB 240 Establishing A Commission to Study The Causes Of High Suicide Rates Of Emergency and First Responders.

Rep. Max Abramson
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 21-0; CC)
HB 253 Relative to Criminal Records Checks In The Employee Application Process.

Rep. Michael Cahill
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study
HB 253 Testimony 013019 FINAL.pdf (1-31)
HB 257 Relative to Purchasing Alliances.

Rep. John Hunt
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 18-0; CC)
HB 272 Relative to Temporary Workers.

Rep. Janice Schmidt
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study; Vote 5-0
HB 272 Testimony 013019 FINAL.pdf (1-31)
HB 275 Relative to School Nurse Certification.

Rep. Josh Yokela
Licensing / Certification
Lay on Table (Rep. Luneau): MA DV 212-144 03/07/2019
HB 303 Relative to Certification Of Building Code Compliance Inspectors.

Rep. Steven Beaudoin
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate; Vote 5-0
HB 306 Prohibiting The Destruction Of Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits.

Rep. Sherry Frost
Public Health / Health Promotion
Committee Report: Refer for Interim Study (Vote 20-0; CC)
HB 346 Relative to Noncompete Agreements.

Rep. David Meuse
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 17-0; CC)
HB 387 Clarifying Change Of Use Occupancy Classifications.

Rep. Steven Beaudoin
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 10-8; RC)
HB 462 Relative to Digital Electronic Product Repair.

Rep. David Luneau
Other
Committee Report: Refer for Interim Study (Vote 17-2; RC)
HB 481 Relative to The Legalization and Regulation Of Cannabis and Making Appropriations Therefor.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Public Health / Health Promotion
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study
HB 481 Testimony 042319 FINAL.pdf (4-26)
HB 483 Adopting The Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (psypact).

Rep. Al Baldasaro
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 21-0; CC)
HB 487 Establishing A Registry For The Deaf, Hard Of Hearing, and Deaf/blind In The Department Of Health and Human Services.

Rep. Marjorie Porter
State Government / Agencies
Rereferred to Committee, MA, VV; 04/25/2019
HB 490 (new Title) Establishing A Commission to Study The Role Of Clinical Diagnosis and The Limitations Of Serological Diagnostic Tests In Determining The Presence or Absence Of Lyme and Other Tick-borne Diseases and Available Treatment Protocols, and Appropriate Methods For Educating Physicians and The Public About The Inconclusive Nature Of Prevailing Test Methods and Available Treatment Alternatives.

Rep. Howard Moffett
Public Health / Health Promotion
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study; Vote 5-0
HB 521 Establishing A Child Abuse Specialized Medical Evaluation Program In The Department Of Health and Human Services.

Rep. Skip Berrien
Public Health / Health Promotion
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 19-0; CC)
HB 532 Relative to Payment For Earned But Unused Vacation or Personal Time.

Rep. Michael Cahill
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2851h (Vote 14-2; RC)
HB 546 Relative to The Regulation Of Art Therapists.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2836h (Vote 15-3; RC)
HB 559 Enabling Municipalities to Ban Single-use Sources Of Plastic Pollution.

Rep. Judith Spang
Energy / Environment
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2820h (Vote 11-8; RC); minority recommends Inexpedient to Legislate
HB 559 Testimony 030619 FINAL.pdf (3-8)
HB 644 Establishing A Registry For Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

Rep. Polly Campion
Public Health / Health Promotion
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 21-0; CC)
HB 671 Relative to Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Practices, Licensure, and Transparency.

Rep. Edward Butler
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 19-0; CC)
HB 685 Relative to Ambulance Billing, Payment For Reasonable Value Of Services, and Prohibition On Balance Billing.

Rep. David Luneau
Health Costs
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2779h (Vote 13-5; RC)
HB 690 Removing The Work Requirement Of The New Hampshire Granite Advantage Health Care Program.

Rep. Rebecca McWilliams
Medicaid
Committee Report: Ought to Pass (Vote 14-7; RC)
HB 694 Establishing A Take-back Program For Illegal Controlled Drugs.

Rep. Tom Dolan
Public Health / Health Promotion
Lay on Table (Rep. Weber): MA VV 03/14/2019
HB 703 Relative to Providing Notice Of The Introduction Of New High-cost Prescription Drugs.

Rep. Edward Butler
Prescription Drugs
Committee Report: Ought to Pass
HB 712 Relative to A Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program.

Rep. Mary Jane Wallner
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2786h (Vote 13-7; RC)
HB 717 Prohibiting Prescription Drug Manufacturers From Offering Coupons or Discounts to Cover Insurance Copayments or Deductibles.

Rep. Garrett Muscatel
Prescription Drugs
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate; Vote 5-0
HB 717 Testimony 030519 FINAL.pdf (3-8)
HB 717 Testimony 030519 FINAL.pdf (5-9)
HB 726 (second New Title) Establishing A Secure Forensic Psychiatric Hospital Advisory Council and Establishing A New Forensic Psychiatric Hospital and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Behavioral Health
Pending Motion OT3rdg; 04/11/2019; SJ 12 Sen. Bradley Moved to Remove From Table, RC MF; 04/11/2019
HB 739 Requiring Parity In The Spend-down Requirements For Mental Health and Medical Expenses.

Rep. Nancy Murphy
Health Costs
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2793h (Vote 15-3; RC)
HB 1102 Requiring Food Service Establishments to Establish Food Allergy Awareness Procedures.

Rep. Rosemarie Rung
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1106 Relative to Noncompete Agreements For Certain Mental Health Professionals.

Rep. Patrick Abrami
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1121 Proclaiming October 9 As Pandas/pans Awareness Day.

Rep. Wendy Thomas
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1128 Adding Deaf or Hard Of Hearing to The Medical Conditions That May Be Indicated On A Driver's License or Nondriver's Identification.

Rep. Mark Pearson
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1140 Establishing A Hospital Merger Advisory Commission.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Community Benefits / Charitable Trusts
Text
HB 1166 Establishing A Committee to Study Obtaining Health Insurance For Those Persons Who Are Uninsured In New Hampshire.

Rep. Jerry Knirk
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1167 Relative to The Type Of Counseling That May Be Required By The State.

Rep. Betty Gay
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1183 Establishing A Committee to Study The Registration Of Lobbyists.

Rep. Werner Horn
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1188 Relative to Conditional Licenses Of Allied Health Professionals.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1194 Establishing A Surcharge For Certain Single Use Plastics.

Rep. Chris Balch
Energy / Environment
Text
HB 1219 Establishing A Committee to Study Reducing Local Costs Of Health Care For Educators.

Rep. Casey Conley
Health Costs
Text
HB 1223 Relative to Schedule I and Unscheduled Drug Take-back Programs.

Rep. Tom Dolan
Prescription Drugs
Text
HB 1236 Relative to The Expectation Of Privacy.

Rep. Keith Erf
Health Care Information / Privacy
Text
HB 1245 Establishing A Legislative Committee to Review Non-regulatory Boards, Commissions, Councils, Advisory Committees, and Task Forces.

Rep. Karen Ebel
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1246 Relative to Reporting Of Health Care Associated Infections.

Rep. Gary Woods
Quality & Patient Safety
Text
HB 1267 Relative to The Liability Of Directors and Officers Of New Hampshire Nonprofit Corporations.

Rep. Karen Ebel
Community Benefits / Charitable Trusts
Text
HB 1271 Relative to 911 Immunity Relative to Possession Of Drugs.

Rep. Amanda Bouldin
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Text
HB 1275 Relative to Laboratory Testing.

Rep. Jess Edwards
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1278 Relative to The Use Of Psychotropic Medications For Children In Foster Care.

Rep. William Marsh
Quality & Patient Safety
Text
HB 1280 Relative to Copayments For Insulin.

Rep. Garrett Muscatel
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1281 Requiring Insurance Coverage For Epipens.

Rep. Chuck Grassie
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1283 Relative to Prohibiting The Online Disclosure Of Personally Identifiable Information.

Rep. James Spillane
Health Care Information / Privacy
Text
HB 1286 Relative to The Licensure and Regulation Of Music Therapists.

Rep. Kat McGhee
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1287 Relative to The Duration Of Antibiotic Therapy For Tick-borne Illness.

Rep. Wendy Thomas
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1294 Relative to The Limited Immunity Of Pharmacists.

Rep. Jess Edwards
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1304 Requiring Workers' Compensation to Cover Prophylactic Treatment For Critical Exposure.

Rep. Michael Cahill
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1314 Relative to The Licensure By The Board Of Acupuncture Licensing.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1315 Relative to Renewals Of Licenses Of Allied Health Professionals.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1331 Relative to Organ Donation On A Driver's License.

Rep. Peter Torosian
Health Care Information / Privacy
Text
HB 1332 Relative to An Electronic Prescription Drug Program.

Rep. Gary Merchant
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1346 Requiring The Insurance Department to Make A Report Regarding The Impact Of Insurance Coverage For Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders.

Rep. Rebecca McBeath
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1358 Relative to The Identification Of Lobbyists.

Rep. Timothy Smith
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1359 Relative to Employment As A Lobbyist.

Rep. Timothy Smith
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1373 Establishing A Committee to Study The Use Of Styrofoam In Schools, Hospitals, and Government Buildings.

Rep. Kathryn Stack
Energy / Environment
Text
HB 1378 Establishing A Committee to Study Oversight Authority and Timelines For Processing and Retaining Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits.

Rep. Constance Van Houten
Quality & Patient Safety
Text
HB 1386 Relative to Employment Protection For Qualified Patients Of New Hampshire's Therapeutic Cannabis Program.

Rep. Wendy Thomas
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1404 Relative to Hiv/aids Prophylaxis Treatment For Minors Without Parental Consent and Allowing Pharmacists to Dispense A Limited Supply Of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis For The Human Immunodeficiency Virus.

Rep. Garrett Muscatel
Health Care Access
Text
HB 1411 Establishing A Commission to Study Long-term Supports and Services In New Hampshire.

Rep. Constance Van Houten
Health Care Access
Text
HB 1413 Requiring Lobbyist Forms Submitted In Writing to Be Legible.

Rep. Werner Horn
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1417 Prohibiting The Use or Collection Of Biometric Data.

Rep. Craig Thompson
Health Care Information / Privacy
Text
HB 1425 Requiring The Removal Of All Containers Containing Pfas Compounds From Public Schools and Hospitals.

Rep. Wendy Thomas
Energy / Environment
Text
HB 1433 Establishing A Commission to Develop A Statewide Strategy On Tick Management.

Rep. Dianne Schuett
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1436 Relative to Autism Spectrum Disorder Insurance Coverage.

Rep. Gerri Cannon
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1472 Restricting The Distribution Of Plastic Straws.

Rep. Judith Spang
Energy / Environment
Text
HB 1484 Relative to Retroactive Denials Of Previously Paid Claims.

Rep. Ellen Read
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1489 Allowing Registered Nurses to Certify Walking Disability Plate Eligibility.

Rep. Susan Ticehurst
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1491 Relative to Allied Health Professional Temporary Licensure.

Rep. Peter Schmidt
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1495 Prohibiting The Sale Of Over-the-counter Rape Test Kits.

Rep. Kristina Schultz
Quality & Patient Safety
Text
HB 1513 Requiring The Commissioner Of The Department Of Health and Human Services to Study The Conversion Of The Medicaid Program to Block Grant Funding and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Rep. William Marsh
Medicaid
Text
HB 1520 Establishing The New Hampshire Health Policy Commission.

Rep. Jerry Knirk
Health Care Access
Text
HB 1521 Adding A Peer Support Specialist to The Board Of Mental Health Practice.

Rep. Kendall Snow
Behavioral Health
Text
HB 1525 Relative to The Definition Of Political Advocacy Organization.

Rep. Connie Lane
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1530 Relative to The Medicaid Dental Benefit Working Group.

Rep. Jennifer Bernet
Medicaid
Text
HB 1536 Relative to Pharmacists-in-charge, The Inspection and Regulation Of Prescription Drugs By The Pharmacy Board, and Disciplinary Actions By The Pharmacy Board.

Rep. Gary Merchant
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1543 Relative to Employee Drug Testing.

Rep. Nicole Klein-Knight
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1545 Relative to Regulation Of Interpreters For The Deaf, Deaf Blind, and Hard Of Hearing.

Rep. Mark Pearson
Licensing / Certification
Text
HB 1548 Establishing A Secure Psychiatric Unit Facility Advisory Council.

Rep. Robert Renny Cushing
Behavioral Health
Text
HB 1576 Establishing A Targeted Workforce Development Program.

Rep. Deanna Jurius
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1577 Relative to Initiating Amendments and Corrections to Birth Records.

Rep. Gerri Cannon
Health Care Information / Privacy
Text
HB 1584 Relative to The Penalty For Failure to Comply with The Requirements For Lobbyists.

Rep. Werner Horn
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1591 Relative to Cannabis Use During Pregnancy.

Rep. William Marsh
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1595 Relative to The Referral Of Minors Convicted Of Alcohol and Drug Related Offenses to The Department Of Health and Human Services.

Rep. Gerri Cannon
Substance Use Disorder
Text
HB 1600 Relative to Smoking Cessation Therapy and Pharmacist Reimbursement Under Medicaid and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Rep. William Marsh
Medicaid
Text
HB 1607 Relative to Liability For Wrongful Acts In An Employer/employee Relationship.

Rep. Julie Radhakrishnan
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1610 Establishing The Manufacturer Pharmaceutical Drug Take-back Program.

Rep. Tom Loughman
Prescription Drugs
Text
HB 1614 Relative to The Penalties For Use or Possession Of A Controlled Drug.

Rep. Max Abramson
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Text
HB 1616 Relative to The Age For Minor's Visits to Mental Health Practitioners.

Rep. Nicole Klein-Knight
Behavioral Health
Text
HB 1619 Relative to Organ Transplants.

Rep. Dave Testerman
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1621 Relative to The Use Of Protective Head Gear While Operating Motorcycles and Motorized Bicycles.

Rep. Skip Cleaver
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1622 Relative to The Use Of Passenger Restraints In Motor Vehicles.

Rep. Skip Cleaver
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1623 Relative to Telemedicine and Substance Use Disorder.

Rep. William Marsh
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1633 Relative to Insurance Coverage For Tick-borne Illness.

Rep. Megan Murray
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Text
HB 1638 Relative to The Administration Of The Snap Incentive Programs.

Rep. Joelle Martin
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
HB 1639 Relative to "in and Out Medical Assistance."

Rep. Kendall Snow
Medicaid
Text
HB 1641 Reducing The Criminal Penalty For Certain Controlled Drugs.

Rep. Casey Conley
Emergency Management / Public Safety
Text
HB 1643 Relative to Permissible Campaign Contributions By Business Organizations and Labor Unions and Relative to Funding Source Disclosure For Political Advertising.

Rep. Ellen Read
State Government / Agencies
Text
HB 1655 Expanding The New Hampshire Vaccine Association to Include Adult Vaccines.

Rep. Jerry Knirk
Public Health / Health Promotion
Text
SB 60 Relative to Advance Notice to Hourly Employees Of Work Schedules.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study; Vote 5-0
SB 60 testimony 021219 FINAL.pdf (2-15)
SB 63 Relative to Sharing Of Insurer Rebates with Enrollees.

Sen. Jon Morgan
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2794h (Vote 16-3; RC)
SB 81 Authorizing The Department Of Health and Human Services to Hire Certain Personnel and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Sen. Tom Sherman
State Government / Agencies
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 19-0; CC)
SB 84 Making Appropriations to The Department Of Health and Human Services For Homeless Services Expansion.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
State Government / Agencies
Sen. Feltes Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/14/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/14/2019; SJ 8
SB 90 Relative to Certain Disclosures By Health Care Provider Facilities.

Sen. Tom Sherman
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study Support
SB 90 Testimony 012919 FINAL.pdf (1-31)
SB 113 Relative to Municipal Authority Regarding The State Building Code.

Sen. Sharon Carson
State Government / Agencies
Rereferred to Committee, MA, VV; 03/28/2019
SB 116 (new Title) Relative to An Assistance Program For Grandparents Caring For Minor Children and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
State Government / Agencies
Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/27/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/27/2019; SJ 10
SB 117 Relative to Certain Procedures Conducted In Teaching Hospitals.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Quality & Patient Safety
Sen. Hennessey Moved Laid on Table, RC 15Y-8N, MA; 03/28/2019 Pending Motion Rerefer to Committee; 03/28/2019
SB 117 Testimony 031219 FINAL.pdf (3-19)
SB 173 Relative to Criminal History Background Checks By Employers and Public Agencies.

Sen. Bob Giuda
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 19-0; CC)
SB 173 Testimony 013019 FINAL.pdf (1-31)
SB 173 Testimony 040219 FINAL.pdf (4-9)
SB 179 Relative to Pharmacist Administration Of Vaccines.

Sen. Shannon Chandley
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate; Vote 5-0
SB 182 Relative to A Duty to Report When Another Person Has Suffered Grave Physical Harm.

Sen. John Reagan
Health Care Information / Privacy
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study
SB 222 Relative to Licensure Of Pharmacy Benefits Managers.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Health Insurance / Other Insurance
Rereferred to Committee, MA, VV; 03/14/2019
SB 227 Relative to Multiple-employer Welfare Arrangements.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
State Government / Agencies
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate
SB 236 Making An Appropriation to The Department Of Health and Human Services For The Purposes Of Upgrades to Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities.

Sen. Jon Morgan
State Government / Agencies
Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/27/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/27/2019; SJ 10
SB 247 (new Title) Establishing A Sunny Day Fund and Grant Program.

Sen. Jeanne Dietsch
State Government / Agencies
Sen. Feltes Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/21/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/21/2019; SJ 9
SB 255 Relative to Dementia Training For Direct Care Staff In Residential Facilities and Community-based Settings.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Licensing / Certification
Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2019-2771h (Vote 21-0; CC)
SB 260 (new Title) Establishing The New Hampshire Pharmaceutical Assistance Pilot Program For Seniors and Making An Appropriation Therefor.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Prescription Drugs
Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/27/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/27/2019; SJ 10
SB 291 (new Title) Relative to The Construction Of New Mental Health Facilities.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Behavioral Health
Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/27/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/27/2019; SJ 10
SB 293 Relative to Federally Qualified Health Care Centers and Rural Health Centers Reimbursement.

Sen. Dan Feltes
Medicaid
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 19-0; CC)
SB 308 Relative to The Health Care Workforce and Making Appropriations Therefor.

Sen. Cindy Rosenwald
Workforce / Professional
Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Laid on Table, MA, VV; 03/27/2019 Pending Motion OT3rdg; 03/27/2019; SJ 10 Support
SB 316 Relative to The Protection Of Personal Information.

Sen. Martha Hennessey
Health Care Information / Privacy
Committee Report: Referred to Interim Study
SB 316 Testimony 021119 FINAL.pdf (2-15)