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Withdrawn LSRs  148

2022-2011HBTitle:requiring the department of health and human services to undergo regular information technology network testing.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jess Edwards

2022-2021HBTitle:relative to the manner in which the doctrines of sovereign, statutory, or official immunity shall be applied by the courts in suits brought against law enforcement officers or governmental entities which employ such officers.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bob Lynn

2022-2026HBTitle:requiring the registration of cats.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Douglas Trottier

2022-2030HBTitle:repealing agency rulemaking authority under the Administrative Procedures Act.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Gregg Hough

2022-2042HBTitle:making the state vaccine registry an opt-in program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Mark McLean

2022-2045HBTitle:prohibiting gender transition procedures for minors.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Gregg Hough

2022-2057HBTitle:relative to the expiration date of fishing licenses.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Brodie Deshaies

2022-2075HBTitle:adding deaf or hard of hearing to the medical conditions that may be indicated on a driver's license or nondriver's identification card.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Mark Pearson

2022-2077HBTitle:prohibiting discrimination in employment based on vaccination status.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Lino Avellani

2022-2079HBTitle:prohibiting banks and other financial institutions from engaging in discriminatory practices.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeffrey Greeson

2022-2081HBTitle:prohibiting coercion or punishment for refusing or failing to obtain medical treatments, tests, procedures, or vaccinations.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeffrey Greeson

2022-2084HBTitle:requiring the New Hampshire attorney general to empanel a COVID-19 grand jury to investigate events related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeffrey Greeson

2022-2085HBTitle:prohibiting companies from collecting or sharing genetic or heredity information without consent.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeffrey Greeson

2022-2086HBTitle:allowing voters to vote by absentee ballot.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Dan Wolf

2022-2089HBTitle:establishing a parents' bill of rights.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeffrey Greeson

2022-2091HBTitle:relative to county and school district inclusion in a tax increment financing district plan.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Arthur Ellison

2022-2102HBTitle:establishing a committee to study end of life decisions.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2105HBTitle:prohibiting a public school from requiring facial coverings.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Melissa Blasek

2022-2125HBTitle:requiring postsecondary institutions to accept religious and medical exemptions from vaccine requirements.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Leah Cushman

2022-2143HBTitle:requiring an audit of the New Hampshire Vaccine Association.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Leah Cushman

2022-2157HBTitle:permitting licensed naturopathic doctors and chiropractors to delegate and assign interventions to registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and licensed nursing assistants.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Leah Cushman

2022-2163HBTitle:exempting the university system and the community college system from the statute pertaining to medical freedom in immunizations.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Timothy Horrigan

2022-2169HBTitle:relative to the governing board of respiratory care practitioners.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Dianne Schuett

2022-2171HBTitle:relative to the New Hampshire Prescription Drug Affordability Board.
 Sponsors: (Prime) James Murphy

2022-2179HBTitle:establishing criteria relative to perfluorochemical contamination in soil.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bill Boyd

2022-2187HBTitle:requiring all state, county, and municipal law enforcement vehicles to display official law enforcement vehicle registration plates.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Denny Ruprecht

2022-2194HBTitle:relative to vehicle inspections.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Cody Belanger

2022-2196HBTitle:relative to the removal of perfluorinated chemicals from water before it is sent to a wastewater treatment facility.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bill Boyd

2022-2197HBTitle:prohibiting the use of products containing perfluorinated chemicals by 2030.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bill Boyd

2022-2204HBTitle:adding dental benefits to Medicaid.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bill Boyd

2022-2207HBTitle:relative to food service at liquor manufacturers, rectifier manufacturers, and wine manufacturers.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Timothy Lang

2022-2224CACRTitle:relating to election fraud. Providing that the attorney general shall prosecute any case of election fraud where there is clear and convincing evidence of such.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Max Abramson

2022-2232HBTitle:relative to payment for child care during voluntary facility closures.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Casey Conley

2022-2234HBTitle:establishing a committee to study means of nullifying any CMS rules for Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Leah Cushman

2022-2239HBTitle:relative to the data within the immunization registry.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Al Baldasaro

2022-2241HBTitle:relative to the procedure for conducting background checks for firearms.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Barbara Comtois

2022-2245CACRTitle:relating to elections. Providing that the age to vote in local elections be reduced to 16.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2249HBTitle:relative to landowner liability for land authorized for outdoor recreational use.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Linda Gould

2022-2253HBTitle:relative to civil immunity and physical force in defense of a person.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Eric Gallager

2022-2261HBTitle:relative to digital storage of municipal records.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Juliet Harvey-Bolia

2022-2274HBTitle:relative to line products sold by the liquor commission.
 Sponsors: (Prime) John Hunt

2022-2279HBTitle:establishing an amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) registry in the department of health and human services.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Gary Woods

2022-2288HBTitle:establishing August 9 as Indigenous Peoples' Day.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Oliver Ford

2022-2293HBTitle:establishing an oversight committee on the office of professional licensure and certification.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Gary Merchant

2022-2333HBTitle:relative to eligibility for special education services.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Glenn Cordelli

2022-2341HBTitle:relative to liability for special education costs for a child moving to a different school district.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Lisa Post

2022-2345HBTitle:relative to the New Hampshire commission on Native American affairs.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Peter Schmidt

2022-2346HBTitle:relative to Holocaust and genocide education in public elementary and secondary schools.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jordan Ulery

2022-2359HBTitle:prohibiting businesses from imposing vaccination requirements as a condition of receiving goods and services, prohibiting government restrictions on certain business activity during a state of emergency, keeping the capitol and legislative proceedings open to the public, and prohibiting stay-at-home orders and curfews.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jeanine Notter

2022-2366HBTitle:requiring the department of health and human services to maintain certain records relative to the vaccine registry.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Andrew Prout

2022-2370HBTitle:prohibiting surveillance by the state on public ways or sidewalks.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Keith Erf

2022-2374HBTitle:relative to the vote threshold required to approve a multi-year collective bargaining agreement.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Diane Pauer

2022-2383HBTitle:opposing certain federal mandates relative to COVID-19.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Melissa Blasek

2022-2385HBTitle:requiring clinical sites for postsecondary programs to accept exemptions to vaccination requirements for students.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Leah Cushman

2022-2386HBTitle:relative to state motor vehicle inspections.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Matthew Santonastaso

2022-2394HBTitle:limiting vehicle tolls to one tolling location per county.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Aidan Ankarberg

2022-2406CACRTitle:relating to medical freedom. Providing that all persons have the right to refuse medical intervention.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Hershel Nunez

2022-2427HBTitle:limiting the number of bills that may be filed.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Dennis Green

2022-2443HBTitle:relative to instruction in personal finance in high schools.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Rick Ladd

2022-2449HBTitle:relative to the definition of abortion clinic.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Jess Edwards

2022-2456HBTitle:prohibiting vaccine passports or other documentation of vaccination status.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Cody Belanger

2022-2463HBTitle:prohibiting discrimination in employment based on vaccination status.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Barbara Comtois

2022-2467HBTitle:relative to the standard nonforfeiture law for individual deferred annuities.
 Sponsors: (Prime) John Potucek

2022-2477HBTitle:establishing a children's bill of rights.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Cody Belanger

2022-2495HBTitle:relative to the commission on demographic trends.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Eric Gallager

2022-2500HBTitle:relative to requirements for licensure of health care facilities near critical access hospitals.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2502HBTitle:relative to the programming of ballot counting devices.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Ellen Read

2022-2511HBTitle:relative to public school facility condition assessment.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Rick Ladd

2022-2512HBTitle:relative to standing prescriptions for health informatic devices.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2517HBTitle:relative to special health care service licensing requirements.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2520HBTitle:relative to limited liability for personal injury resulting from or related to exposure to COVID-19.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2522HBTitle:prohibiting a teacher from advocating subversive doctrines in a public school.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2529HBTitle:relative to licensure of out of state health care professionals.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2538HBTitle:relative to highway video surveillance.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Aidan Ankarberg

2022-2541HBTitle:relative to the filing period for declaration of candidacy for a charter commission.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Patrick Long

2022-2547HBTitle:relative to school board approval of curriculum.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2549HRTitle:encouraging California to secede from the union and to not take up arms against the United States.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Cody Belanger

2022-2554HBTitle:relative to the funding source for the granite state paid family leave plan.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2559HBTitle:establishing a committee to study providing tuition assistance to college students working in the hospitality industry and to study student loan forgiveness for college students who work in state after graduation.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tom Loughman

2022-2568HBTitle:repealing the prohibitions on the possession of controlled drugs and increasing funding for substance abuse services, and making an appropriation therefor.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Stacie-Marie Laughton

2022-2569HBTitle:relative to the expiration date of vehicle inspections of antique vehicles.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Thomas Walsh

2022-2573HBTitle:requiring the department of transportation to perform a safety study of an intersection in Rochester.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Aidan Ankarberg

2022-2578HBTitle:requiring the recusal of certain election officials from official duties.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Gregg Hough

2022-2585HBTitle:relative to financial responsibility for employer-mandated COVID-19 testing of employees.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tom Lanzara

2022-2596HBTitle:establishing a committee to study the process for reporting and addressing sexual assaults occurring in public schools.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2597HBTitle:relative to the dispensation of hormonal contraceptives and nicotine cessation therapy pursuant to a statewide protocol.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Michael Yakubovich

2022-2599HBTitle:relative to collaborative pharmacy practice agreements.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Michael Yakubovich

2022-2603HBTitle:establishing a committee to study the New Hampshire family court system.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Betty Gay

2022-2606HBTitle:establishing a public health and pharmacy formulary advisory committee.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Michael Yakubovich

2022-2609HBTitle:relative to increasing the fine for littering.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Timothy Egan

2022-2611HBTitle:to eliminate single-use plastic carry-out bags.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Elizabeth Toll

2022-2614CACRTitle:relating to the legislature. Providing that the legislature be a nonpartisan, unicameral body.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Aidan Ankarberg

2022-2620HBTitle:decriminalizing the possession of controlled drugs.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2623HBTitle:relative to the use of strikebreakers.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2627HBTitle:relative to wholesale distributor licenses.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Howard Pearl

2022-2634HBTitle:requiring biennial vehicle inspections.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Barry Faulkner

2022-2639HBTitle:relative to driver license suspension and revocation.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Denny Ruprecht

2022-2641HBTitle:relative to prohibited practices of organizations issuing credit
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2642HBTitle:creating a committee to study the implementation of statewide electronic tolling.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Aidan Ankarberg

2022-2643HBTitle:relative to school district reports on restraint and seclusion practices.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2650HBTitle:relative to the delivery of beverages, wines, and liquors from agency liquor stores directly to consumers.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tom Loughman

2022-2658HBTitle:relative to a student's change of school or assignment.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Glenn Cordelli

2022-2660HBTitle:repealing the New Hampshire vaccine association.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Melissa Blasek

2022-2664HBTitle:relative to establishing a state bank.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2668HBTitle:relative to over voted ballots.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Julius Soti

2022-2670HBTitle:relative to the numbering of highway exits in the state.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2671HBTitle:requiring full Food and Drug Administration approval of vaccines.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tom Lanzara

2022-2682HRTitle:relative to the United States department of housing and urban development.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2683HBTitle:reducing the criminal penalty for possessing or dispensing a certain amount of a controlled drug.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Cam Kenney

2022-2685HBTitle:authorizing counties to establish capital reserve funds.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Timothy Lang

2022-2687HRTitle:supporting statehood for the District of Columbia.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Kristina Schultz

2022-2688HBTitle:relative to law enforcement press statements.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2690HBTitle:prohibiting the use of canine units in law enforcement.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2693HBTitle:prohibiting the use of lie detectors during a police investigation.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2695HBTitle:relative to changing Columbus Day to Tomie dePaola Day.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2697HBTitle:prohibiting the use of undercover law enforcement vehicles from conducting traffic stops.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2700HBTitle:relative to the procedure for referral of family court cases to mediation or neutral case evaluation.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2708HBTitle:relative to wiretapping.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2719HBTitle:relative to life insurance discrimination based on vaccination status.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Diane Pauer

2022-2726HBTitle:allowing juveniles convicted as adults to be eligible for parole upon completion of the minimum sentence.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Nicole Klein-Knight

2022-2738HBTitle:relative to the recording of liens by the owners of manufactured housing parks.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Bill Boyd

2022-2747HBTitle:relative to prisoner health care and establishing a telehealth pilot program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Nicole Klein-Knight

2022-2748HBTitle:establishing a committee to study Medicare coverage for certain health informatic software.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Rebecca McBeath

2022-2755HBTitle:permitting the collection of late fees for late vehicle registrations.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Joshua Query

2022-2759HBTitle:prohibiting Internet service providers from performing a credit check on certain customers.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Joshua Query

2022-2760HBTitle:prohibiting Internet service providers from blocking certain customers' addresses.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Joshua Query

2022-2761HBTitle:prohibiting the use of deception by law enforcement when questioning minors.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2762HBTitle:relative to the definition of "party" for elections purposes.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tony Labranche

2022-2766HBTitle:relative to an open container in a motor vehicle.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Tom Lanzara

2022-2771HBTitle:relative to the appointment of superintendents of county correctional facilities.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Amanda Bouldin

2022-2774HBTitle:relative to eligibility criteria for education freedom accounts.
 Sponsors: (Prime) David Luneau

2022-2777HBTitle:relative to transfers of adequate education grants under the education freedom account program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) David Luneau

2022-2779HBTitle:authorizing any taxpayer to initiate a private cause of action for misuse or fraud involving education freedom account funds.
 Sponsors: (Prime) David Luneau

2022-2781HBTitle:removing scholarship organizations and requiring the department of education to manage the education freedom account program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) David Luneau

2022-2794HBTitle:relative to the state veterans' cemetery and the division of community-based military programs.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Terry Roy

2022-2813HBTitle:relative to special education policy concerning compulsory education.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2814HBTitle:relative to student eligibility under the education freedom account program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Alicia Lekas

2022-2825HBTitle:establishing an office of national service workforce pathways in the department of business and economic affairs.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Matthew Wilhelm

2022-2833HBTitle:establishing an alternative out-of-state teacher certification program.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Michael Vose

2022-2843HBTitle:relative to the availability of curriculum materials.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erica Layon

2022-2844HBTitle:relative to the standard and optional veteran's property tax credit.
 Sponsors: (Prime) John Leavitt

2022-2845HBTitle:relative to the respiratory care advisory board
 Sponsors: (Prime) Peter Schmidt

2022-2865SBTitle:relative to wanton waste of an animal and relative to contests for taking fur-bearing animals.
 Sponsors: (Prime) David Watters

2022-2875SBTitle:requiring Ivermectin to be available for over-the-counter purchase.
 Sponsors: (Prime) John Reagan

2022-2892SBTitle:relative to recovery of unauthorized payments by the state.
 Sponsors: (Prime) James Gray

2022-2909SBTitle:exempting elk from certain meat inspection and food service licensure requirements.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Erin Hennessey

2022-2950SBTitle:relative to notifying the liquor commission of new beer products and new labeling formats.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Regina Birdsell

2022-3061SBTitle:declaring October 28 as Honoring New Hampshire's First Responders Day.
 Sponsors: (Prime) Kevin Cavanaugh