For Immediate Release
Posted: June 11, 2021


Communications Director
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Governor Chris Sununu Signs Spider Bill, 7 Other Bills Into Law

Concord, NH – Today, Governor Sununu signed HB 318, proclaiming the daring jumping spider to be the state spider of New Hampshire, into law at the Hollis Primary School.

Earlier this week, Governor Sununu signed the following seven bills into law:

  • HB 302, An act relative to the creation and use of electronic records by government agencies
  • HB 305, An relative to motorist service signs on limited access highways
  • HB 332, An act relative to deadlines for consideration of developments of regional impact by planning boards
  • HB 345, An act establishing a license for mushroom harvesters
  • HB 401, An act relative to the duty of school superintendents regarding criminal history records checks
  • HB 425, An act establishing technical committees and a cybersecurity advisory committee in the department of information technology
  • HB 461, An act relative to motorcycle auxiliary lamping, and adding the NH Motorcyclists' Rights Organization to the traffic safety commission