2017 Session: Week 11


New Hampshire Libertas is tracking 345 bills. Of the bills we’re tracking: 149 have been deemed Inexpedient to Legislate; 144 were deemed Ought to Pass by the first chamber to which they were referred; another 38 have been retained, 1 bill was withdrawn, and 4 bills are still awaiting a Committee Recommendation.

This means there are still 148 bills being tracked by New Hampshire Libertas that are still awaiting future action. We’re working to defeat 66 of these bills, and working to adopt another 82 bills. The only bills listed on the Legislation Tracker are those for which New Hampshire Libertas has provided testimony in a committee hearing.

On Tuesday (March 28), President Darryl W. Perry testified on the following bills:

HB389 Relative to voters with physical disabilities. oppose
HB390 Relative to parties on certain election forms and ballots and relative to the voter registration form used on the day of the general election. support
HB453 Relative to vacancies in the office of supervisor of the checklist. support
HB178 Establishing a commission to study processes to resolve right-to-know complaints. support
HB98 Relative to brewpub licenses. support
HB140 Relative to sales and samples provided by wine manufacturers. support
HB152 Relative to wholesale distributors of alcoholic beverages. support

Audio is available for most of these hearings on the New Hampshire Libertas YouTube channel, with video to be available soon for some of them. You can find updates on committee recommendations, and actions by the House and Senate, on legislation we are tracking, here.

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In Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas

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