|Bill||Title & Upcoming Meetings||Sponsor||Categories||Status||Position / Testimony|
|CACR 21||Relative to Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention. Providing That A Portion Of Liquor Commission Revenue Shall Be Used For Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention.
||Sen. Jeff Woodburn||Substance Misuse||Inexpedient to Legislate, RC 14Y-10N, MA === BILL KILLED ===; 02/15/2018|
|HB 610 (2017)||Implementing Needle Exchange Programs In New Hampshire.
||Rep. Lino Avellani||Substance Misuse||Killed in House: MA VV 01/03/2018|
|HB 619 (2017)||Relative to Medical Services For Prisoners.
||Rep. Kendall Snow||Substance Misuse||Killed in House: MA VV 03/06/2018|
|HB 1102||(third New Title) Enabling The Department Of Health and Human Services to Contract with Certain Certified Physicians and Authorizing The Department Of Corrections to Establish Additional Expenditure Class Lines with Fiscal Committee and Governor and Council Approval.
||Rep. Richard Hinch||Substance Misuse||Conference Committee Report Filed, #2018-2008c|
|HB 1235||Repealing The Prospective Repeal Of The Rebuttable Presumption Of Harm Due to Opioid Drug Abuse Under The Child Protection Act.
||Rep. Sean Morrison||Substance Misuse||Killed in House: MA VV 03/06/2018|
|HB 1574||Requiring Health Care Providers to Provide An Opioid Disclosure Form to Patients For Whom An Opioid Is Prescribed.
||Rep. John Janigian||Substance Misuse||Killed in House: MA VV 02/08/2018|
|HB 1626||(second New Title) Requiring The Governor's Commission On Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery to Report On The Cost Effectiveness Of Funded Programs, and Relative to Liquor Commission Shortfalls.
||Rep. Neal Kurk||Substance Misuse||Conference Committee Report Filed, #2018-2053c|
|HB 1743||(second New Title) Relative to Funding For The Sununu Youth Services Center and Relative to Positions At The Department Of Health and Human Services.
||Rep. Sharon Nordgren||Substance Misuse||==CONTINUED== Conference Committee Meeting: 05/17/2018 09:00 AM SH 103 Conference Committee Report Filed, #2018-2077c|
|HB 1792||Reducing The Criminal Penalty For Certain Controlled Drugs.
||Rep. Caleb Dyer||Substance Misuse||Killed in House: MA VV 03/06/2018|
|SB 357||(new Title) Relative to Safe School Zones and Relative to Syringe Service Programs.
||Sen. John Reagan||Substance Misuse||Sen. Reagan Moved to Concur with the House Amendment, MA, VV; 05/10/2018||Support
SB 357_1-23-18 FINAL.pdf (2-7)
SB 357 testimony 040318 FINAL.pdf (5-2)