+ − Legislators (3) NH - Senator Shannon Chandley (D) Title: Member NH - Senator Cindy Rosenwald (D) Title: Member NH - Senator John Reagan (U) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (95) NH - SB173 relative to criminal history background checks by employers and public agencies. NH - SB174 proclaiming an annual observance of Juneteenth. NH - SB208 renaming the adjutant general's department to the department of military affairs and veterans services. NH - SB210 relative to emergency medical and trauma services. NH - SB211 (New Title) relative to reporting requirements for state agencies owning real property. NH - SB209 establishing a commission to create a New Hampshire recovery memorial. NH - SB308 relative to the health care workforce and making appropriations therefor. NH - SB288 relative to privatization contracts by state agencies. NH - SB222 relative to licensure of pharmacy benefits managers. NH - SB226 relative to registration of pharmacy benefit managers, and reestablishing the commission to study greater transparency in pharmaceutical costs and drug rebate programs. NH - SB49 relative to the state fire code. NH - SB273 (New Title) 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. NH - SB97 (New Title) relative to special health care services licenses and establishing a committee to study providing certain health care services while ensuring increased access to affordable health care in rural areas of the state. NH - SB80 (2nd New Title) relative to membership on the board of mental health practice, applications for licensure by mental health practitioners, and insurance credentialing of out-of-state mental health practitioners and psychologists. NH - SB255 relative to dementia training for direct care staff in residential facilities and community-based settings. NH - SB256 relative to emergency generators in certain senior housing. NH - SB257 prohibiting foams containing perfluoroalkyl chemicals for use in fighting fires. NH - HB453 (New Title) making changes to the membership of the state house bicentennial commission, declaring June 2 - June 8 as New Hampshire State House Bicentennial Week, and declaring June 6 as New Hampshire Legislators' Homecoming Day. NH - SB114 establishing a committee to study state oversight and regulation of life coaches. NH - SB109 relative to paid details by personnel of the division of fire safety. NH - SB110 relative to the investigations by the state fire marshal. NH - SB111 relative to the collection of health care data. NH - SB113 relative to municipal authority regarding the state building code. NH - SB115 establishing a commission to study the business environment for mental health providers in New Hampshire. NH - SB112 (New Title) establishing a committee to study procedures governing the hiring and payment of bail bondsmen and bail commissioners. NH - SB25 relative to exemptions from real estate practice license requirements. NH - SB27 relative to certain unclassified positions within the department of health and human services. NH - SB28 (New Title) relative to an active retirement system member appointment to the independent investment committee. NH - SB29 establishing a commission to study incidents of workplace violence against state employees. NH - SB30 relative to the advisory board on services for children, youth, and families. NH - SB31 (New Title) adding a member to the New Hampshire community development advisory committee and exempting the community development finance authority from the administrative procedure act. NH - SB26 relative to the New Hampshire health care quality assurance commission. NH - SB234 establishing the position of director of the office of outdoor recreation industry development in the department of business and economic affairs. NH - SB246 relative to licensing of child daycare, residential care, and child-placing agencies. NH - SB235 relative to sexual harassment complaints in the general court and authorizing an independent human resources professional. NH - SB233 relative to the classification of certain state employee positions. NH - SB232 adopting the model psychology interjurisdictional compact. NH - HB239 (New Title) relative to requirements for supervision for licensure of certain mental health anddrug counselors. NH - HB121 (New Title) relative to the regulation of massage, reflexology, structural integrator and Asian bodywork therapy establishments. NH - HB520 relative to availability of diaper changing stations in public restrooms. NH - HB287 relative to nepotism in state employment. NH - HB487 establishing a registry for the deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf/blind in the department of health and human services. NH - HB280 designating the red-tailed hawk as the state raptor. NH - HB244 repealing the moorings appeals board. NH - HB243 (Second New Title) relative to membership of the Pease development authority board of directors. NH - HB271 (New Title) relative to apprentice electricians and third party electrical inspections. NH - HB259 relative to building code violations. NH - HB572 proclaiming the second Saturday in June as Pollyanna of Littleton New Hampshire Recognition Day. NH - HB112 relative to the mechanical licensing board. NH - HB110 (New Title) relative to the cost of fiscal analysis of legislation relating to the retirement system and relative to the reclassification of jobs in the retirement system. NH - HB615 relative to the regulation of pharmacies and pharmacists. NH - HB616 relative to a cost of living adjustment for retirees in the state retirement system. NH - HB398 relative to New Hampshire MasoniCare. NH - HB410 (Second New Title) allowing all state agencies and political subdivisions to have access to enhanced 911 information. NH - HB418 relative to the limitations on part-time employment under the New Hampshire retirement system. NH - HB419 relative to the position of house clerk. NH - HB457 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the making, preservation, and Internet availability of audio and video recordings of proceedings of committees of the house of representatives. NH - HB468 (New Title) relative to the inclusion of attendance stipends and certain additional pay for instructional activities as earnable compensation in the retirement system. NH - HB488 requiring interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing at the state house campus. NH - HB524 (New Title) establishing a committee to study issues and impediments to starting, running, and growing home and commercial day care facilities in New Hampshire. NH - HB113 relative to qualifications for and exceptions from licensure for mental health practice. NH - HB115 relative to the regulation of private investigators, security guards, and bail recovery agents. NH - HB116 relative to the job classification of positions in the retirement system. NH - HB119 relative to training requirements for electrologists. NH - HB120 (New Title) relative to the regulation of body art establishments and massage, reflexology, structural integrator and Asian bodywork therapy establishments. NH - HB122 (New Title) allowing for gifts, grants, and donations to legislative employees or officers for expenses associated with state and national legislative association events. NH - HB127 (New Title) relative to the board of medicine and the medical review subcommittee and relative to health care workforce survey data. NH - HB138 relative to rules pertaining to marine species managed under the Magnusson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. NH - HB150 (New Title) relative to statements of financial interests filed by state officials. NH - HB174 relative to alternative treatment center licenses. NH - HB196 relative to proof of residency for fish and game purposes. NH - HB214 repealing an obsolete provision for legislative mileage for attaches from Concord. NH - HB224 making emergency medical technicians and rescue squad members eligible for a death benefit if killed in the line of duty. NH - HB328 repealing the New Hampshire film and television commission. NH - HB335 relative to therapeutic cannabis dispensary locations. NH - HB343 relative to application of the state fire code to foster homes. NH - HB463 (Second New Title) relative to licensure of advanced pharmacy technicians. NH - HB562 relative to the state building code. NH - HB567 relative to using the Atlantic Time Zone in New Hampshire. NH - HB627 (Second New Title) relative to exceptions from certain pharmacy requirements for veterinarians. NH - HB621 (New Title) establishing the state commission on aging. NH - HB624 establishing a commission to study management systems and customer service of New Hampshire government agencies. NH - HB628 relative to universal changing stations in certain places of public accommodation. NH - HB634 establishing a commission to study the licensure of individuals who forage for wild mushrooms for sale to others. NH - HB650 establishing a committee to study the economic challenges of employed persons serving in the New Hampshire legislature. NH - HB675 relative to the purchase of service credit in the state retirement system. NH - HB701 (New Title) relative to bow and arrow licenses for certain disabled veterans. NH - HB710 relative to adoption of state building code and fire code amendments. NH - HB730 relative to funding for the CART program. NH - HB376 establishing a commission to study best practices for companion animal groomers. NH - HB565 directing the department of health and human services to issue a request for proposals (RFP) for supervised visitation centers. NH - HB667 relative to testing wells before issuing a certificate of occupancy. NH - HB311 regulating sober living facilities. NH - HB355 relative to regulation by the New Hampshire real estate commission. NH - HB363 including the legislature as a public employer under the public employee labor relations act and relative to the duties of the joint committee on legislative facilities.