- These are the most liberty-critical hearings for the week
- Click on the bill number to read the bill.
- Click on the committee name to email the committee your thoughts.
Of the 20 hearings in the House, we are recommending support of 5 and opposition of 2 with 1 being of interest.
Of the 9 hearings in the Senate, we are recommending support of 1 and opposition of 1 with 0 being of interest.
|Of Interest||HB1279||relative to the duration of term alimony.||Children and Family Law||Tue 2/22||10:00 AM||LOB Room 206-208||This bill removes the ending of term alimony upon remarriage of the payee.|
|Support||HB1347||relative to licensing requirements for health care facilities that operate on a membership-based business model.||Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs||Tue 2/22||11:00 AM||LOB Room 210-211||This bill exempts membership-based health care facilities from the adoption of certain policies relative to access to care and financial assistance plans. The bill requires membership-based hospitals with emergency departments to prominently post notices that the facility serves members only.|
|Support||HB1487||relative to the procedure for withdrawal from the vaccine registry.||Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs||Tue 2/22||1:00 PM||LOB Room 210-211||This bill provides that a health care provider’s signature shall not be required for withdrawal from the state immunization/vaccination registry.|
|Support||HB1570||relative to reducing vehicle registration fees.||Transportation||Tue 2/22||9:30 AM||SH Room Reps Hall||This bill reduces vehicle registration fees.|
|Support||HB1424||relative to the speed limit for watercraft on Lake Winnipesaukee.||Transportation||Tue 2/22||1:00 PM||SH Room Reps Hall||This bill changes the speed limit for watercraft on Lake Winnipesaukee.|
|Support||HB435||(New Title) relative to the suspension of drivers’ licenses||Transportation||Tue 2/22||1:20 PM||LOB Room 101||This bill modifies the circumstances under which a driver’s license may be suspended or revoked.|
|Oppose||HB1145||relative to a motor vehicle exception to criminal restraint or false imprisonment and relative to civil immunity and physical force in defense of a person.||Criminal Justice and Public Safety||Wed 2/23||11:30 AM||LOB Room 202-204||This bill adds an exception to the criminal restraint and false imprisonment statutes based on temporary detainment in a motor vehicle and removes civil liability for the use of force in the protection of person or property and amends the law governing the duty to retreat when using physical force in defense of oneself or another.|
|Oppose||HB1131||relative to facial covering policies for schools.||Education||Fri 2/25||9:00 AM||SH Room Reps Hall||This bill prohibits school boards and accredited nonpublic schools from adopting, enforcing, or implementing a policy that requires students or members of the public to wear a facial covering.|
|Support||HB1371||relative to school district policies on facial masks of students in schools.||Education||Fri 2/25||10:00 AM||SH Room Reps Hall||This bill requires school districts to adopt a policy leaving facial mask use to parents of students and not tolerating bullying, harassment, or discrimination.|