+ − Contact Information Email Address: Donna.Soucy@leg.state.nh.us Phone: (603) 271-3207 Office Address: + − Committees (4) NH - Commerce (Senate) Title: member NH - Executive Departments and Administration (Senate) Title: member NH - Election Law and Internal Affairs (Senate) Title: member NH - Rules and Enrolled Bills (Senate) Title: member + − Sponsored Bills (17) NH - SB140 Relative to the independent investment committee in the New Hampshire retirement system. NH - SB238 Relative to the usual and customary price of filling a prescription. NH - SB87 Relative to on-premises sales by liquor manufacturers. NH - SB150 Relative to pharmacist administration of vaccines. NH - SB214 Relative to privatization of state services. NH - SB190 Repealing the sunset provision on the first responder's critical injury benefit fund. NH - SB102 Relative to eligibility of school district employees for Family and Medical Leave Act. NH - SB151 Relative to arbitration agreements in nursing home contracts. NH - SB165 Authorizing periodic payments as security after a motor vehicle accident. NH - SB83 Relative to the state minimum wage. NH - SB85 Amending the Uniform Securities Act. NH - SB212 Establishing the physical therapy licensure compact. NH - SB108 Relative to absentee ballot applications. NH - SB84 Relative to payment of workers' compensation benefits by direct deposit. NH - SB237 Relative to telemedicine services. NH - SB122 Relative to public utility leases. NH - SB120 Relative to the authority of the public utilities commission to regulate telecommunications service providers. + − Cosponsored Bills (55) NH - HB463 (New Title) regulating groundwater pollution caused by polluting emissions in the air and relative to standards for emerging contaminants in drinking water. NH - HB475 Relative to honoring Jessie Doe and Mary L.R. Farnum, the first women elected to the New Hampshire house of representatives. NH - HB485 Relative to standards for emerging contaminants in drinking water. NH - HB507 Establishing a committee to study the responsibility of a person who through their pollution makes drinking water non-potable. NH - HB571 Making an appropriation to the New Hampshire Internet crimes against children task force. NH - HB575 Relative to the certification of acupuncture detoxification specialists. NH - SB24 Relative to examinations by the insurance commissioner. NH - SB39 Relative to automobile insurance cancellation. NH - SB58 Relative to the authority of the department of state. NH - SB64 Establishing a committee to study medication synchronization. NH - SB65 Relative to vaccines administered by pharmacists. NH - SB67 Relative to the authority of state police employees. NH - SB69 Requiring registered sex offenders to report online identifiers. NH - SB75 Establishing a tax credit against business profits taxes for donations to career and technical education centers. NH - SB81 Relative to licensing of mortgage loan originators from another state. NH - SB90 Adjusting the minimum employer's contribution rate for unemployment insurance. NH - SB92 Relative to the consumer complaint process at the banking department. NH - SB98 Eliminating the statute of limitations on sexual assault. NH - SB100 Making a general fund appropriation for continuation of the project development phase of the New Hampshire capital rail corridor project. NH - SB103 Limiting food and beverage advertising and marketing on school property. NH - SB107 Establishing an independent redistricting commission. NH - SB112 Establishing a council on the creative economy. NH - SB113 Relative to an electronic poll book trial program. NH - SB115 Relative to political contributions made by limited liability companies. NH - SB128 Relative to the policy goal of electric utility restructuring. NH - SB138 Relative to state procurement of goods and services. NH - SB142 Relative to honoring E. Maude Ferguson, the first woman elected to the New Hampshire senate. NH - SB157 Relative to network adequacy and consumer rights under the managed care law. NH - SB158 Relative to authorization for clinician-prescribed substance use disorder services. NH - SB161 Establishing a commission to evaluate the direct care workforce and preparedness of long-term care and support services for aging adults with dementia or other cognitive brain injuries. NH - SB163 Relative to live medical testimony in courts. NH - SB164 Removing the limitations on actions for sexual assaults on victims under 18 years of age. NH - SB166 Relative to termination of the parent-child relationship in cases of sexual assault. NH - SB167 Relative to the burden of proof in termination of parental rights cases. NH - SB171 Relative to the perambulation of towns. NH - SB182 Relative to meals and rooms tax annual revenue reporting by the department of revenue administration. NH - SB191 (Third New Title) establishing keno and relative to funding for kindergarten. NH - SB197 Making an appropriation to the department of justice to enforce election and lobbying laws. NH - SB207 Relative to the tax on chewing tobacco. NH - SB208 Establishing a working families property tax refund program. NH - SB215 (New Title) requiring the department of administrative services to assess the costs of allowing the community college system employees to participate in the state health plan. NH - SB218 Relative to public assistance for certain persons. NH - SB219 Relative to a one-time allowance for certain state retirees. NH - SB221 Relative to food safety. NH - SB223 Relative to staffing recommendations from the quality assurance review of the division of children, youth and families. NH - SB224 Relative to conversion therapy seeking to change a person's sexual orientation. NH - SB226 Relative to eliminating the waiting period before eligibility to receive unemployment benefits. NH - SB227 Relative to a workforce development and training fund. NH - SB228 Establishing the New Hampshire college graduate retention incentive partnership (NH GRIP). NH - SB235 (New Title) relative to Medicaid reimbursement to schools for students with medical needs. NH - SB236 Making the Medicaid expansion law permanent. NH - SB242 Relative to video lottery and table gaming. NH - SB246 Relative to credit union branching authority. NH - SB247 Preventing childhood lead poisoning from paint and water and making an appropriation to a special fund. NH - CACR9 Relating to terms of office for state officers. Providing that terms shall be for 4 years.