For Immediate Release
June 25, 2019
Governor Chris Sununu Signs 21 Bills Into Law
Concord, NH - Please see below for a list of 21 bills that Governor Chris Sununu signed into law today:
- HB 140, establishing a commission to study the licensing of drivers from foreign countries.
- HB 260, relative to the purging of motor vehicle violations.
- HB 281, relative to flow devices designed to control beaver damming and minimize the risk of flooding behind an existing beaver dam.
- HB 320, relative to organizations authorized to issue decals for multi-use decal number plates.
- HB 338, relative to rebates under the law governing unfair insurance practices.
- HB 345, relative to certification of devices for the electronic counting of ballots.
- HB 354, establishing a committee to investigate whether modification should be made to the time frame for determining permanency pursuant to RSA 169-C:24-b.
- HB 361, relative to property settlement including animals.
- HB 415, relative to the official ballot referendum form of town meetings.
- HB 448, making technical corrections in the Department of Education.
- HB 457, establishing a committee to study the making, preservation, and Internet availability of audio and video recordings of proceedings of committees of the House of Representatives.
- HB 458, repealing certain inactive dedicated funds.
- HB 570, establishing a commission to study career pathways from full-time service year programs to postsecondary education and employment opportunities in support of New Hampshire's future workforce needs.
- HB 600, adding an exception to the real estate transfer tax for transfers of interest in certain low-income housing.
- HB 670, relative to the cost of prescription drugs.
- SB 29, establishing a commission to study incidents of workplace violence against state employees.
- SB 55, authorizing the Harris Center for Conservation Education to issue decals for multi-use decal plates.
- SB 147, relative to adoption of the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act.
- SB 189, relative to the insurance premium tax.
- SB 297, extending the deadline for arraignments.
- SB 314, relative to release of a defendant pending trial.