- These are the most liberty-critical hearings for the week
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Of the 1 hearings in the House, we are recommending support of 0 and opposition of 0 with 1 being of interest.
Of the 33 hearings in the Senate, we are recommending support of 3 and opposition of 3 with 3 being of interest.
|Support||HB1021||prohibiting regulation of religious land use based on the religious nature of the assembly or speech taking place on the land or in the structure.||Election Law and Municipal Affairs||Mon 3/21||1:00 PM||SH Room 100||This bill prohibits the regulation of religious land use based on the religious nature of the assembly or speech taking place on the land or in the structure.|
|Support||HB1026||relative to budget information provided to a budget committee.||Election Law and Municipal Affairs||Mon 3/21||1:15 PM||SH Room 100||This bill provides that a municipal budget committee may require that the governing body provide budget recommendations in full line item detail in active spreadsheet format.|
|Of Interest||HB1661||Public hearing on non-germane amendment #2022- 1111h. The amendment makes a $35,000,000 appropriation to
the legislative branch for a new legislative parking garage and for razing the department of
justice building and the Storrs Street garage. The amendment also establishes a temorary road
|Finance||Mon 3/21||2:00 PM||LOB Room 201-203||This bill requires sending district schools and career and technical education (CTE) centers to enter into an agreement to include scheduling, access, transportation, and credits for CTE students. The bill makes an appropriation to the legislative branch for a new legislative parking garage and for razing the department of justice building and the Storrs Street garage. The bill also establishes a temporary road toll refund.16Feb2022… 0356h2022 SESSION 22-2513 10/11HOUSE BILL 1661-FN-LOCALAN ACT relative to regional career technical education agreements. SPONSORS: Rep. Ladd, Graf. 4; Rep. Umberger, Carr. 2; Rep. Lynn, Rock. 7; Rep. Boehm, Hills. 20; Rep. Cordelli, Carr. 4; Sen. Hennessey, Dist 1; Sen. Watters, Dist 4; Sen. Kahn, Dist 10; Sen. Reagan, Dist 17COMMITTEE: Education—————————————————————– This bill requires sending district schools and career and technical education (CTE) centers to enter into an agreement to include scheduling, access, transportation, and credits for CTE students.|
|Oppose||HB1011||relative to the penalty for criminal mischief.||Judiciary||Tue 3/22||1:00 PM||SH Room 100||This bill increases the penalty for criminal mischief for destruction or vandalism of public property.|
|Support||HB1411||relative to transparency of federal agency operations within New Hampshire.||Judiciary||Tue 3/22||2:15 PM||SH Room 100||This bill requires the attorney general to request information from federal agencies operating in New Hampshire and to compile and display such information on a website.|
|Of Interest||HB1110||relative to windshield tint waivers.||Transportation||Tue 3/22||1:45 PM||LOB Room 101||This bill increases the required light transmittance of after market tinted windshields.|
|Oppose||HB1059||clarifying limits on licensure by operation of law.||Executive Departments and Administration||Wed 3/23||10:00 AM||SH Room 103||This bill clarifies that the executive director of the office of professional licensure and certification shall issue licenses pursuant to RSA 541-A:29-a only if applications for such licenses otherwise meet the requirements for licensure.|
|Of Interest||HB1581||relative to the use of open source software by state agencies.||Executive Departments and Administration||Wed 3/23||10:15 AM||SH Room 103||This bill requires state agencies to consider whether technology solutions containing proprietary or open source software offer the most cost effective solution for the agency.|
|Of Interest||HB230||relative to child day care monitoring visits, requirements for child day care providers, and the appeals process for child day care providers.||Health and Human Services||Wed 3/23||9:00 AM||SH Room 100||This bill: I. Revises the procedure for posting results of child day care monitoring visits on the department of health and human services website and expands the licensees’ opportunity to respond to the department’s findings. II. Requires a child day care agency employee to obtain at least 6 hours of annual continuing education or professional development. III. Establishes minimum qualifications for certification as a child care associate teacher. IV. Permits a child day care agency to appeal the decision resulting from the informal dispute resolution process; provides that, with limited exception, the agency may operate pending appeal of the department’s decision; and prohibits the department from retaliating against the child day care agency.|