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News Release

For Immediate Release
June 18, 2018

Governor Sununu Press Office
(603) 271-2121

Governor Chris Sununu Signs 30 Bills Into Law

Concord, NH – Please see below for a list of 30 bills Governor Chris Sununu signed

  • SB 478, relative to establishing an advisory council on lactation.
  • SB 553, relative to establishing a commission to study the incidence of post traumatic stress disorder in first responders and whether such a disorder should be covered under workers compensation.
  • SB 588, relative to inspections of laboratories and relative to loans for lead hazard remediation projects.
  • SB 581, relative to compounding of drugs and establishing a committee to study rulemaking authority for reconstituted drugs.
  • SB 571, relative to electric vehicle charging stations
  • SB 461, relative to continuing to education for real estate brokers and salespersons.
  • SB 453, relative to requirements and criteria for a competitive grant program for drinking water protection and relative to fluoride in municipal water systems.
  • SB 407, relative to membership of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center Board.
  • SB 398, relative to information contained in certain motor vehicle records.
  • SB 382, relative to a plan for the dissolution of cooperative school districts.
  • SB 357, relative to safe school zones and relative to syringe service programs.
  • HB 1796, relative to the Legislative Oversight Committee on Electric Utility Restructuring.
  • HB 1612, relative to data security in schools.
  • HB 1545, relative to the Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee.
  • HB 1530, requiring criminal history records for applicants for allied health professional licensure or certification.
  • HB 1515, relative to an exemption from the combustion ban on construction and demolition debris.
  • HB 1506, relative to the commission on primary care workforce issues.
  • HB 1450, relative to retention of job applications and personnel files.
  • HB 1392, relative to tallies of votes on budget items or warrant articles.
  • HB 1372, relative to prohibiting the implanting of subcutaneous identification devices in individuals.
  • HB 1347, relative to information to be included in the minutes under the right-to-know law.
  • HB 1327, relative to apprentice electricians.
  • HB 1316, relative to revenue collected from concealed carry licenses and relative to funding permits and licensing unit of the state police.
  • HB 1307, relative to the first session of annual meetings.
  • HB 1294, relative to religious societies.
  • HB 1276, adding an exemption for certain raffles conducted by charitable organizations and relative to charitable gaming licenses.
  • HB 324, establishing a commission to study utility property valuation and recommend legislation to reform the current system of taxing utility property in New Hampshire.
  • HB 124, relative to aircraft registration fees.
  • HB 169, relative to limits on wagers in charitable games of chance.

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