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News Release

For Immediate Release
July 22, 2019

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Governor Sununu Press Office
(603) 271-2121
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Governor Chris Sununu Signs 39 Bills Into Law

Concord, NH – Please see below for a list of 39 bills that Governor Chris Sununu signed into law last week:

  • HB 112: relative to the mechanical licensing board.
  • HB 127: relative to the Board of Medicine and the medical review subcommittee and relative to health care workforce survey data.
  • HB 131: establishing a commission on mental health education and behavioral health and wellness programs and conferring degree granting authority to Signum university.
  • HB 243: relative to membership of the Pease development authority board of directors.
  • HB 258: establishing a commission to study teacher preparation and education programs.
  • HB 435: relative to certain terminology in the rulemaking authority of the department of education.
  • HB 511: relative to vaping.
  • HB 522: establishing a commission to study the environmental and health effects of evolving 5G technology.
  • HB 531: relative to the delivery of absentee ballots cast by elderly or disabled citizens.
  • HB 539: establishing a committee to study the implementation of Accessible Ballots.
  • HB 562: relative to the state building code.
  • HB 614: increasing penalties and fines for air pollution and water pollution.
  • HB 615: relative to the regulation of pharmacies and pharmacists.
  • HB 617: establishing a committee to study recycling streams and solid waste management in New Hampshire.
  • HB 635: enabling a payment in lieu of taxes for a combined heat and power agricultural facility.
  • HB 656: establishing a committee to study the impact of financial initiatives for commercially insured members by drug manufacturers on prescription drug prices and health insurance premiums.
  • HB 692: relative to dental care for Medicaid recipients.
  • SB 59: adding post traumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder to the definition of injury for purposes of workers' compensation, establishing the commission to study the incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder in first responders, and clarifying workers' compensation for firefighter and heart, lung, or cancer disease.
  • SB 86: establishing a commission to study programs for serving individuals with certain developmental and mental health disabilities.
  • SB 142: requiring menstrual hygiene products in school restrooms.
  • SB 163: relative to permits for operation of solid waste management facilities.
  • SB 165: relative to net energy metering by low-moderate income community solar projects.
  • SB 176: establishing a committee to study mental health and human service business process alignment and information system interoperability.
  • SB 208: renaming the adjutant general's department to the department of military affairs and veterans services.
  • SB 212: relative to limited driving privilege after revocation or suspension.
  • SB 214: relative to transportation projects.
  • SB 215: relative to learning to drive and commercial motor vehicles designed to transport passengers.
  • SB 224: relative to insurance coverage for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • SB 225: adding physician assistants to certain New Hampshire laws.
  • SB 238: relative to the registration of motor vehicles owned by veterans.
  • SB 242: providing for protection of private customer information and rights of New Hampshire remote sellers in connection with certain foreign sales and use taxes.
  • SB 250: relative to forgery of a certificate of insurance.
  • SB 263: relative to anti-discrimination protection for students in public schools.
  • SB 272: relative to mental health parity under the insurance laws.
  • SB 273: relative to the board of nursing and establishing a committee to study the regulation of nursing assistants by the board of nursing and criminal history record checks for nurses.
  • SB 274: relative to the newborn home visiting program.
  • SB 284: establishing a statewide, multi-use online energy data platform.
  • SB 289: relative to health and human services.
  • SB 296: relative to live medical testimony in courts.

Office of Governor Christopher Sununu
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