Governor Chris Sununu Signs 18 Bills Into Law; Vetoes HB 86
Concord, NH – Today, Governor Chris Sununu signed the following Bills into law:
SB 206, relative to wagering on simulcast racing.
SB 127, relative to dissolved oxygen water quality standards.
SB 248, establishing a committee to study the rescheduling of elections and relative to absentee voter signatures.
HB 552, relative to investigation of voter verification letters.
SB 137, relative to temporary licensure of certain nurses seeking licensure by endorsement from the board of nursing.
SB 157, relative to network adequacy and consumer rights under the managed care law.
SB 131, establishing a cross border drug interdiction program and making an appropriation therefor.
HB 334, relative to exemptions from licensure by the board of medical imaging and radiation therapy.
HB 468, relative to licensure of mental health practitioners from other states.
HB 469, establishing a continuous quality improvement program for pharmacies, relative to vaccines administered by pharmacists, and relative to the authority of the insurance department on federal health care reform.
HB 414, limiting parental liability under a CHINS petition in certain circumstances.
SB 57, making appropriations to the department of environmental services for the purposes of funding eligible drinking water and wastewater projects under the state aid grant program and relative to making an appropriation from the drinking water and groundwater trust fund to the department of environmental services to address drinking water contamination in Amherst.
SB 3, relative to domicile for voting purposes.
SB 101, relative to enrollment eligibility for regional career and technical education programs and relative to high school students participating in New Hampshire's dual and concurrent enrollment program and making an appropriation therefor.
SB 86, relative to the regulation of banks, trusts, and credit unions by the banking department.
HB 343, relative to disapproval of forms and authorizing the insurance commissioner to retain certain independent specialists.
SB 13, repealing the administrative attachment of the police standards and training council to the community college system of New Hampshire and repealing the statutes governing the New Hampshire technical institute security force.
SB 59, relative to blood testing orders.
Governor Chris Sununu vetoed the following bill:
HB 86, relative to voting on variances.