New Hampshire Hospital Association
Real-Time Legislative Update

Friday, December 13, 2019 11:34 PM


BillTitle & Upcoming MeetingsSponsorCategoriesStatusPosition / Testimony
2020-2764 Requiring Employers to Provide Access to A Sufficient Space For Nursing Mothers and Reasonable Break Time.

Sen. Martha Fuller Clark
Workforce / Professional
2020-2805 Relative to The Advisory Council On Career and Technical Education.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Workforce / Professional
2020-2841 Relative to Hazardous Pay For Certain Employees Of The State Prison and New Hampshire Hospital.

Sen. Lou D'Allesandro
Workforce / Professional
2020-2889 Establishing A Commission to Study Workplace Safety In Health Care Settings.

Sen. James Gray
Workforce / Professional
2020-2912 Enabling Municipalities to Adopt A Property Tax Credit For Densely-built Workforce Housing.

Sen. Jeb Bradley
Workforce / Professional
2020-2952 Relative to The Reimbursement Of Costs Of Training Nursing Assistants.

Sen. Jay Kahn
Workforce / Professional
2020-2958 Relative to The Commission On Interdisciplinary Primary Care Workforce.

Sen. Martha Hennessey
Workforce / Professional
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 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 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 346 Relative to Noncompete Agreements.

Rep. David Meuse
Workforce / Professional
Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 17-0; 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 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 1106 Relative to Noncompete Agreements For Certain Mental Health Professionals.

Rep. Patrick Abrami
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1386 Relative to Employment Protection For Qualified Patients Of New Hampshire's Therapeutic Cannabis Program.

Rep. Wendy Thomas
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1543 Relative to Employee Drug Testing.

Rep. Nicole Klein-Knight
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1576 Establishing A Targeted Workforce Development Program.

Rep. Deanna Jurius
Workforce / Professional
Text
HB 1607 Relative to Liability For Wrongful Acts In An Employer/employee Relationship.

Rep. Julie Radhakrishnan
Workforce / Professional
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 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 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 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