+ − Legislators (5) NH - Senator Jeb Bradley (R) Title: Chairman NH - Senator Gerald Little (R) Title: Vice Chairman NH - Senator Andy Sanborn (R) Title: Member NH - Senator Martha Fuller Clark (D) Title: Member NH - Senator Dan Feltes (D) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (35) NH - HB336 Relative to seasons for hunting by crossbow. NH - HB511 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the funding of certain state aid grants. NH - HB212 (New Title) relative to revocation of fish and game licenses of persons convicted of sexual assault while hunting, trapping, or fishing and relative to the authority of the fish and game department to establish fees. NH - HB200 (New Title) allowing homestead food operations exempt from licensure to sell homestead food products at retail food stores. NH - HB272 (New Title) designating the Ham Branch River watershed in Easton as a protected river, and exempting portions of the Ham Branch River watershed from the shoreland water quality protection act. NH - HB205 Relative to lending practices of energy efficiency and clean energy districts. NH - SB221 Relative to electric rate reduction financing. NH - HB614 (New Title) implementing goals of the state 10-year energy strategy, modifying uses of the site evaluation committee fund, establishing fees for energy facility evaluation, and relative to public information sessions on proposed energy siting. NH - HB391 Applying the E911 surcharge to prepaid cellular telephones. NH - SB222 Relative to harassment of hunting, fishing, or trapping. NH - SB229 Appropriating funds to the department of environmental services for the purpose of restoring and protecting waters of the southeast watershed in accordance with EPA guidelines. NH - SB208 Establishing a committee to study limiting the sulfur content of liquid fuels. NH - SB260 Relative to the authority of the public utilities commission to regulate telecommunications service providers. NH - SB26 Relative to the electric renewable portfolio standard. NH - SB117 Relative to energy security and diversity. NH - SB38 Establishing a commission to develop a land conservation plan. NH - SB251 Relative to regulations for commercial composters. NH - HB281 Defining "exotic aquatic species of wildlife" and relative to the duties of the exotic aquatic weeds and species committee. NH - SB60 Establishing a commission to investigate implementation of decoupling for New Hampshire utilities. NH - SB182 Relative to the sale of freshwater fishing bait. NH - SB183 Allowing the fish and game department to offer lifetime hunting and fishing licenses for newborns. NH - SB196 Appropriating funds to the department of environmental services for the purpose of funding eligible water supply land protection costs under the state aid grant program. NH - HB354 Relative to the closing of clam, oyster, and other bivalve areas for restoration. NH - HB572 (2nd New Title) relative to the siting of high pressure gas pipelines. NH - HB306 Relative to membership of the wetlands council and the water council. NH - HB208 (New Title) relative to allowance sales under the New Hampshire regional greenhouse gas initiative program. NH - HB382 Establishing a committee to study facilitating private investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy. NH - HB201 Relative to the acquisition of property rights at Back Lake dam in the town of Pittsburg, Lake Armington dam in the town of Piermont, Cass Pond dam in the town of Epsom, and Chesham Pond dam in the town of Harrisville by the department of environmental services. NH - SB170 (New Title) requiring the public utilities commission to ensure ratepayer protections with electric power suppliers and extending the time for the site evaluation committee to adopt certain rules. NH - SB181 Relative to registration fees for hunter education programs of the fish and game department. NH - HB362 Relative to the reliability of the electric grid. NH - HB451 Relative to local approval of mining permits. NH - HB464 (2nd New Title) establishing the traditional commercial and recreational fishing protection act, prohibiting political subdivisions from interfering with commercial and recreational operations, relative to protective well radii for sewage disposal systems of commercial buildings, and relative to rulemaking by the commissioner of environmental services on certain minimal impact projects. NH - HB233 Relative to local approval of mining activity. NH - HB153 Relative to the telecommunications planning and development advisory committee.