+ − Legislators (6) NH - Senator Gary Daniels (R) Title: Chairman NH - Senator John Reagan (R) Title: Vice Chairman NH - Senator Bob Giuda (R) Title: Member NH - Senator Chuck Morse (R) Title: Member NH - Senator Lou D'Allesandro (D) Title: Member NH - Senator Dan Feltes (D) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (81) NH - CACR21 relative to alcohol and drug abuse prevention. Providing that a portion of liquor commission revenue shall be used for alcohol and drug abuse prevention. NH - HB549 relative to beverage vendor fees. NH - HB559 relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund. NH - HB561 (Second New Title) relative to part-time employment of a retirement system retiree by a participating employer. NH - HB628 relative to a family and medical leave insurance program. NH - HB1315 prohibiting the university system funds from being spent to oppose the formation of unions and collective bargaining units. NH - HB1354 (New Title) relative to the speaker of the house of representatives and senate president as members of the university system board of trustees. NH - HB1401 relative to the New Hampshire accountancy act. NH - HB1411 relative to funds transferred to the nongame species account. NH - HB1626 (Second New Title) requiring the governor's commission on alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery to report on the cost effectiveness of funded programs, and relative to liquor commission shortfalls. NH - HB1736 relative to increasing the threshold required for governor and council approval of expenditures from the dam maintenance fund. NH - HB1743 (Third New Title) relative to funding for the Sununu youth services center, relative to positions at the department of health and human services, and establishing a committee to study alternatives to the continued use of the Sununu youth services center. NH - HB1756 (New Title) relative to a one-time allowance for certain state retirees. NH - HB1808 repealing certain inactive dedicated funds. NH - SB2 reducing the rates of the business profits tax and the business enterprise tax. NH - SB7 (New Title) relative to eligibility for food stamps and establishing the Granite Workforce pilot program. NH - SB63 (Third New Title) relative to record management of abuse and neglect reports, establishing a pilot program regarding electronic storage of abuse and neglect records, and establishing the excess appropriation allocation account in the department of health and human services. NH - SB88 (New Title) authorizing wine manufacturer retail outlets. NH - SB132 (New Title) relative to historic burial grounds and cemeteries. NH - SB193 establishing education freedom savings accounts for students. NH - SB197 making an appropriation to the department of justice to enforce election and lobbying laws. NH - SB205 establishing the small business jobs fund and tax credit. NH - SB215 (Second New Title) permitting the university system of New Hampshire and the community college system of New Hampshire to participate in the state health insurance plan. NH - SB219 relative to a one-time allowance for certain state retirees. NH - SB240 (New Title) relative to the monitoring and treatment of contaminated wells. NH - SB247 (New Title) preventing childhood lead poisoning from paint and water. NH - SB301 temporarily reducing the real estate transfer tax for first-time home buyers. NH - SB331 prohibiting Medicaid from paying for sex reassignment drug or hormone therapy or surgery. NH - SB334 (Second New Title) relative to temporary licensure of allied health professionals from nearby states, and reciprocal and temporary licensure for occupations and professions for persons from other states. NH - SB361 relative to dual and concurrent enrollment agreements between high schools and colleges and universities. NH - SB372 establishing positions in the office of professional licensure and certification and making an appropriation therefor. NH - SB375 requiring gross expenditures and funding in the state operating budget. NH - SB388 (New Title) relative to dispensary locations for therapeutic cannabis. NH - SB390 establishing the office of solicitor general in the department of justice and establishing an unclassified attorney position in the department of justice. NH - SB404 phasing out the tax on interest and dividends. NH - SB408 licensing historic racing. NH - SB429 (New Title) establishing a consumer services program within the insurance department. NH - SB432 (New Title) establishing a commission to study whether it is in the best interest of students to require schools to offer an SAT preparation course as an elective. NH - SB450 establishing an advisory commission for the department of environmental services relative to the delegation of authority of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Program. NH - SB467 relative to the state art fund. NH - SB468 relative to fines and penalties collected by the department of environmental services. NH - SB469 relative to the appropriation of funds from the equipment inventory fund. NH - SB470 relative to positions within the insurance department. NH - SB471 relative to the authority of municipalities to address potential natural threats. NH - SB472 establishing a committee to study the creation of an economic improvement fund. NH - SB309 (Second New Title) regulating groundwater pollution caused by polluting emissions in the air and relative to standards for perfluorochemicals in drinking water, ambient groundwater, and surface water. NH - SB310 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the feasibility of establishing community-based services pilot programs. NH - SB526 (Second New Title) relative to school food and nutrition programs. NH - SB528 relative to dam registration fees and relative to permit fees for constructing or reconstructing a dam. NH - SB529 (New Title) requiring the department of environmental services to conduct a study regarding the Baker River in the town of Warren and making an appropriation for such study. NH - SB531 relative to the office of professional licensure and certification. NH - SB532 relative to group II status of certain department of corrections officials. NH - SB533 relative to the composition and compensation of the personnel appeals board. NH - SB534 (New Title) relative to the classification of certain state employee positions and relative to a review of certain unclassified positions in the department of health and human services. NH - SB535 (New Title) relative to licensure for the practice of professional art therapy and relative to certain revenues from the sale of commemorative liquor bottles of historic significance. NH - SB538 (New Title) including police officers of the state office complex police force in group II of the retirement system. NH - SB539 (New Title) making appropriations to the department of education for adequate education grants and relative to certain provisions for Medicaid waivers. NH - SB540 (Second New Title) relative to the operation of keno games in unincorporated places and permitting keno games in cigar bars. NH - SB541 (Second New Title) relative to the presumption under workers' compensation requiring the reimbursement of costs associated with firefighters who have cancer. NH - SB542 relative to the use of funds in the revenue stabilization reserve account for public health emergencies. NH - SB543 relative to health care premium payments for certain retired state workers. NH - SB544 (New Title) transferring department of safety funds to the fire standards and training and emergency medical services fund. NH - SB548 (Second New Title) relative to therapeutic intervention needs of infants diagnosed with neonatal abstinence syndrome. NH - SB555 establishing a citizens' right-to-know appeals commission and a right-to-know law ombudsman and making an appropriation therefor. NH - SB557 establishing a board of housing development appeals. NH - SB560 relative to updating the state trails plan and making an appropriation therefor. NH - SB563 establishing a recovery friendly workplace initiatives tax credit against business taxes administered by the community development finance authority. NH - SB564 relative to a business tax exemption and a workforce development program for regenerative manufacturing businesses. NH - SB565 (New Title) relative to aircraft registration fees. NH - SB569 (Second New Title) relative to animal cruelty and establishing a commission to study cost of care for confiscated animals. NH - SB573 relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program and making an appropriation therefor. NH - SB576 (New Title) relative to home health services rate setting. NH - SB577 (Second New Title) requiring the public utilities commission to revise its order affecting the Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin, prohibiting the import of certain liquid fuels, and relative to the production of useful thermal energy. NH - SB578 relative to unclassified positions within the department of health and human services. NH - SB579 relative to penalties for welfare fraud. NH - SB580 (Second New Title) relative to transfers of appropriated funds, amending a capital budget appropriation to allow for door replacements at the New Hampshire hospital, and transferring a capital budget appropriation for painting the ceiling of Representatives Hall to the legislative branch. NH - SB582 (New Title) authorizing an assessment to determine appropriate caseload and workload standards for the division for children, youth and families; establishing additional child protection services positions in the division for children, youth and families; relative to foster care and adoption programs and services; and making appropriations therefor. NH - SB583 establishing a pilot program to eliminate employment barriers for certain parents. NH - SB590 (Second New Title) relative to the state loan repayment program, the developmental disabilities wait list, involuntary admissions procedures, and the mental health system. NH - SB592 relative to the child welfare system. NH - SB313 (New Title) reforming New Hampshire's Medicaid and Premium Assistance Program, establishing the granite workforce pilot program, and relative to certain liquor funds.