Priority Bill Title
HIGH HB 1168 Title: establishing a committee to study the impact of the housing crisis on people with disabilities.
HIGH HB 1291 Title: relative to accessory dwelling unit uses allowed by right.
HIGH HB 1593 Title: relative to funding for developmental services community integration.
HIGH HB 608 Title: establishing a pilot program to support the bureau of developmental services redesign.
HIGH SB 353 Title: relative to insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorder and Down syndrome.
HIGH SB 408 Title: establishing a committee to study the effects of the housing crisis on the disability community.
MID HB 1028 Title: relative to the definition of mental illness for purposes of the New Hampshire mental health services system.
MID HB 1069 Title: relative to material subject to disclosure following a public meeting under the right-to-know law.
MID HB 1615 Title: relative to the autism registry.
MID SB 403 Title: relative to health care workforce investments.
LOW CACR 17 Title: relating to the rights of parents. Providing that parents shall have a fundamental right to direct the upbringing, education, and care of their minor children.
LOW HB 1007 Title: relative to notice of terms and conditions of remote work arrangements.
LOW HB 1020 Title: relative to establishing a commission to study the legal implications of insanity and restoration of competency.
LOW HB 1055 Title: relative to the property tax exemption for charitable organizations.
LOW HB 1059 Title: relative to the state building code.
LOW HB 1065 Title: relative to fire sprinkler requirements in residential buildings.
LOW HB 1068 Title: relative to establishing a blood lead level testing requirement for children entering day care and public schools.
LOW HB 1094 Title: relative to insurance coverage for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.
LOW HB 1110 Title: relative to requiring certain employers to use the federal E-Verify system of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
LOW HB 1111 Title: relative to the penalty for false reports of suspected abuse and neglect made to the division for children, youth, and families.
LOW HB 1117 Title: relative to creating a committee to study the protection of business operators against requests to accommodate customers with fraudulent or untrained service animals.
LOW HB 1131 Title: relative to mental health practice.
LOW HB 1176 Title: establishing a commission to study current funding for special education and potential other funding sources.
LOW HB 1178 Title: relative to an employee's unused earned time.
LOW HB 1190 Title: relative to adopting the interstate social work licensure compact.
LOW HB 1197 Title: relative to criminal background checks.
LOW HB 1199 Title: relative to services of the office of the child advocate for youth experiencing homelessness and making an appropriation therefor.
LOW HB 1201 Title: relative to payment of wages for deceased employees.
LOW HB 1203 Title: relative to prohibiting the charging of rent to charities by charitable gaming facilities.
LOW HB 1245 Title: relative to release of confidential records of a person appointed a guardian.
LOW HB 1255 Title: relative to the historic horse racing moratorium.
LOW HB 1261 Title: relative to voluntary services under the CHINS program.
LOW HB 1264 Title: relative to the definition of accessible voting systems.
LOW HB 1269 Title: relative to the use of child restraints in schools.
LOW HB 1272 Title: relative to occupational license reciprocity.
LOW HB 1280 Title: relative to informed consent and patient rights.
LOW HB 1283 Title: relative to end of life options.
LOW HB 1309 Title: relative to the secretary of state's procedures for enrolled bills.
LOW HB 1317 Title: relative to municipal filings made by charitable organizations exempt from taxation.
LOW HB 1361 Title: relative to municipal land use regulation for manufactured housing and subdivisions.
LOW HB 1362 Title: relative to authorizing municipalities to stabilize rent increases in rental housing.
LOW HB 1382 Title: relative to special education support for military-connected students.
LOW HB 1387 Title: relative to revisions to the state building code.
LOW HB 1394 Title: relative to licensure and regulation of music therapists and making an appropriation therefor.
LOW HB 1410 Title: relative to certain professional licenses.
LOW HB 1413 Title: relative to mental health supervision agreements.
LOW HB 1443 Title: relative to special education dispute resolution.
LOW HB 1469 Title: relative to the retention of individualized education program records.
LOW HB 1470 Title: establishing a study committee on the feasibility and impact of a low-income housing tax credit.
LOW HB 1479 Title: relative to prohibiting the use of federal, state, or local funds for lobbying activities.
LOW HB 1496 Title: relative to the state's duty to protect children in public schools.
LOW HB 1509 Title: prohibiting spending of special education moneys for any other purpose and requiring reporting of fund balances to the school board.
LOW HB 1511 Title: relative to liability for children with disabilities in certain court ordered placements or episodes of treatment.
LOW HB 1524 Title: relative to authorizing parents of special education children to observe in the classroom setting.
LOW HB 1545 Title: relative to the disposal of state surplus property for affordable housing.
LOW HB 1546 Title: relative to government purchasing.
LOW HB 1553 Title: relative to establishing a pilot program under the department of education to offer "spelling to communicate" services to students with autism or apraxia.
LOW HB 1568 Title: relative to Medicaid reimbursement for non-transport emergency medical services calls.
LOW HB 1573 Title: relative to oversight of and criteria for residential placement of children.
LOW HB 1585 Title: relative to medication administration by direct care staff in residential care facilities.
LOW HB 1587 Title: relative to the installation of video surveillance equipment in special education school buses.
LOW HB 1588 Title: relative to court jurisdiction over persons receiving special education.
LOW HB 1616 Title: relative to parental consent for student participation in Medicaid to schools program.
LOW HB 1622 Title: relative to administrative rulemaking and license renewals by the office of professional licensure and certification.
LOW HB 1638 Title: relative to requiring case reviews and remedial measures for any department of health and human services employee who improperly performs their job.
LOW HB 1639 Title: relative to children with disabilities placed at state facilities for adjudicated youth.
LOW HB 1656 Title: relative to increasing the adequacy grant for pupils receiving special education services.
LOW HB 1658 Title: relative to developing a notification database for those individuals with orders of commitment or revocations of conditional discharges.
LOW HB 1660 Title: relative to coverage of certain procedures for minor children under the state’s Medicaid program.
LOW HB 1663 Title: relative to the confidentiality of medical records and patient information.
LOW HB 1667 Title: relative to establishing a department for children, youth, and families.
LOW HB 1670 Title: relative to including all special education costs under state education grants.
LOW HB 1672 Title: relative to tenants in section 8 public housing.
LOW HCR 10 Title: urging Congress to increase federal funding for special education services to reduce property taxes in New Hampshire.
LOW LSR -2151 Title: relative to oversight and criteria for residential placement of children.
LOW SB 112 Title: relative to pari-mutuel pools and historic horse racing.
LOW SB 116 Title: relative to discharge from the secure psychiatric unit of the state prison.
LOW SB 151 Title: relative to mental health education.
LOW SB 185 Title: (New Title) establishing a committee to study the various barriers to discharge for patients to be safely discharged from acute care facilities.
LOW SB 224 Title: relative to housing opportunity zones and inclusionary zoning.
LOW SB 236 Title: establishing a committee to study nonprofit organizations contracting with the department of health and human services for children's services.
LOW SB 312 Title: relative to third party liability in Medicaid.
LOW SB 340 Title: relative to communication between parents and school districts regarding special education.
LOW SB 354 Title: relative to insurance cost-sharing calculations.
LOW SB 364 Title: relative to establishing a historic housing preservation tax credit and making an appropriation to the Invest  fund.
LOW SB 377 Title: establishing the achieving a better life experience (ABLE) savings account program administrative fund.
LOW SB 384 Title: relative to a municipal loan and grant program for rental housing and making an appropriation therefor.
LOW SB 385 Title: relative to the cost of care fund.
LOW SB 399 Title: relative to insurance coverage for blood testing associated with elevated lead levels.
LOW SB 409 Title: relative to reimbursement for ambulance services under the state Medicaid plan.
LOW SB 410 Title: establishing a mental health community and transitional housing fund.
LOW SB 411 Title: relative to emergency mental health services for persons 21 years of age and younger.
LOW SB 455 Title: relative to Medicaid reimbursement rates for prosthetic and orthotic devices.
LOW SB 456 Title: relative to establishing a nurse retention school loan debt relief program.
LOW SB 457 Title: relative to inpatient psychiatric services authorization and utilization review.
LOW SB 513 Title: relative to permitting charity auctions by non-profit corporations.
LOW SB 518 Title: relative to incentivizing landlords to accept housing choice vouchers.
LOW SB 538 Title: relative to zoning procedures concerning residential housing.
LOW SB 554 Title: relative to Medicaid provider enrollment licensure verification.
LOW SB 82 Title: relative to prompt payments for managed care.

House Schedule for 2024 Session

Monday, September 11, 2023  
First Day to file LSRs for 2024 Session

Friday, September 15, 2023
Last Day to file LSRs for 2024 Session (4 p.m.) Friday,

November 3, 2023
Last Day to sign off LSRs for 2024 Session (4 p.m.)

Friday, November 17, 2023
Last Day to report all retained bills

Thursday, January 4, 2024
Last Day to introduce House Bills

Senate Schedule for 2024 Session

Monday, September 04, 2023
Labor Day (State Holiday)

Thursday, September 28, 2023
First day to FILE legislation for the 2024 Session.

Thursday, October 12, 2023
Deadline for the Office of Legislative Services to accept drafting of a Senate Bill, Senate Concurrent Resolution, or Senate Joint Resolution with complete information for the 2024 Session. (4:00 p.m.)

Friday, November 10, 2023
Veterans’ Day (Observed) (State Holiday)

Thursday, November 16, 2023
Deadline for prime sponsors to sign off on legislation. (4:00 p.m.)

Thursday, November 23, 2023
Thanksgiving Day (State Holiday)

Friday, November 24, 2023
Day after Thanksgiving (State Holiday)

Thursday, November 30, 2023
Deadline for co-sponsors to sign off on legislation. (4:00 p.m.)

Thursday, December 14, 2023
Deadline to REPORT rereferred bills out of committee.

Monday, December 25, 2023
Christmas Day (State Holiday)

Crossover of bills from one legislative body to the next:

Once a bill passes (OTP: Ought to Pass), the full body of its originating legislative body it crosses over to the other legislative body to begin the process again. The bill is introduced, assigned to a committee, and holds a public hearing again. You may be thinking that we haven’t reached crossover yet. Just to clarify, a bill can crossover before the deadline and begin the process in the next legislative body. 

The deadline this year for crossover is April 6th. The NH House is scheduled for a full session on April 6th starting at 9 am. You can view this NH House full session on YouTube. 

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