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Bar News - September 21, 2007


Legislation
Bills to Laws: Chaptered Final Versions of 2007 Legislation

 

 

Editor’s note: The following are selected bills of the 2007 Chaptered Final Version list, arranged by practice area. For the complete list, go to http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/ie/.

 

For more on new legislation and its impact on practice areas (plus developments in caselaw and court and administrative rulemaking) attend the NHBA•CLE Developments in the Law program on Friday, Oct. 26, 2007, at the Radisson Hotel/Center of NH, in Manchester. See page 15 for details.

 

Chapter No.­               Bill No.­                Title ­

0001­            SB36­       eliminating straight ticket voting.­

0004­            HB704­     (New Title) relative to the commission on the status of men and relative to appropriations to the                                    STARC armory and making appropriations for state matching funds for federal emergency

                                    management agency disaster assistance grants and energy expense shortfalls.­

0005­            HB72­       relative to the payment of municipal sewage assessments.­

0006­            HB107­     authorizing towns to charge property owners for solid waste removal.­

0007­            HB118­     (New Title) reducing a prior appropriation to the department of transportation to purchase flood                                    damaged property and extending the commission to determine the appropriate public use of the                                       property. ­

0008­            HB120­     relative to extending polling hours.­

0009­            HB132­     relative to domicile for voting purposes.­

0010­            HB133­     relative to voter registration forms.­

0011­            HB155­     relative to membership of the state building code review board.­

0012­            HB166­     relative to the definition of a bridge.­

­0015­            HB242­     relative to the declaration of candidacy form.­

0024­            HB514­     relative to the applicable minimum wage for hourly employees.­

0025­            HB361­     (New Title) relative to certain laws governing public utilities and the proposed acquisition of certain                                                  assets and franchises of Verizon by FairPoint. ­

0026­            HB873­     establishing minimum renewable standards for energy portfolios.­

0027­            HB39­       repealing the penalty provision in discretionary preservation easements.­

0028­            HB89­       (New Title) establishing a committee to study dispute resolution between local political subdivisions                                              and public employees in New Hampshire. ­

0029­            HB98­       relative to the situation of landfills on land owned by municipalities.­

0030­            HB169­     (New Title) relative to penalties for insurers or adjusters knowingly underestimating the value of an                                                 insurance claim. ­

0031­            HB216­     establishing a commission to study the causes, effects, and remediation of siltation in the Great Bay                                                Estuary.­

­0033­            HB228­     relative to the definition of “medical necessity” under the managed care law.­

0034­            HB240­     relative to the amount of child support arrearage triggering the denial of a passport.­

0035­            HB257­     allowing towns to appoint or elect a town treasurer.­

­0037­            HB532­     relative to insurance fraud.­

­0040­            HB42­       (New Title) relative to resource protection sections of local master plans. ­

­0042­            HB198­     (New Title) relative to collection of taxes on land with a discretionary easement or subject to

                                    community revitalization tax relief penalty assessments and relative to the calculation of penalties                                                    applied to tax-deeded properties.­

0043­            HB609­     relative to disclosure of campaign contributions in local elections.­

­0045­            SB37­       relative to accidental death benefit payments in the city of Manchester employees’ contributory                                    retirement system.­

0046­            SB39­       allowing a newly-retired supreme court justice to continue to participate as a temporary justice in a                                              case held before retirement but decided after.­

­0048­            SB51­       transferring authority over court forms from the supreme court to the judicial branch administrative                                                  council.­

0049­            SB164­     relative to renewals and reinstatements of licenses issued by the board of dental examiners and                                                     procedures of the board.­

0050­            SB200­     relative to the state directory of new hires.­

0051­            SB252­     relative to publication of supreme court reports.­

­0053­            HB301­     relative to nonresident registration of motor vehicles.­

­0055­            HB458­     relative to the exemption of replacement or redundant wells from the large groundwater withdrawal                                                permitting process.­

0056­            HB122­     (New Title) naming a bridge in the town of Henniker after Sergeant Russell M. Durgin. ­

­0058­            HB437­     (New Title) permitting same gender couples to enter civil unions and have the same rights,

                                    responsibilities, and obligations as married couples.­

0059­            HB152­     relative to public access to meeting minutes.­

0060­            HB153­     relative to standards for bridge and highway construction.­

0061­            HB468­     relative to establishing the freedom’s way heritage area and commission.­

­0064­            HB32­       (New Title) establishing a commission to study voter registration cards.­

0065­            HB41­       relative to human immunodeficiency virus education, prevention, and control.­

­0067­            HB71­       (New Title) prohibiting the sale, rent, lease, transfer, or distribution of records, information, or lists of                                               licensed dog owners in New Hampshire to another person by the town clerk’s office. ­

0068­            HB99­       relative to the youth employment law.­

0069­            HB101­     relative to annual training for members of the workers’ compensation appeals board.­

­0073­            HB158­     (New Title) requiring insurance companies to allow covered persons to purchase an up-to-90-day                                                  supply of covered prescription drugs on the covered person’s health plan formulary under certain                                               circumstances. ­

­0075­            HB191­     (New Title) relative to the authority to unseal ballots following a state election. ­

­0078­            HB227­     relative to identity theft.­

­0080­            HB249­     (New Title) relative to preliminary objections to rules made by the joint legislative committee on                                      administrative rules, and relative to extending the study committee on the rules process.­

­0082­            HB311­     (New Title) establishing a committee to review liability issues for commuter rail operations. ­

0083­            HB312­     relative to alternative providers for certain health services.­

­0085­            HB362­     (New Title) relative to the advisory committee on quality of vital records information.­

0086­            HB394­     relative to notice to defendants in small claims actions.­

­0089­            HB459­     (New Title) relative to the identification of wells and monitoring wells. ­

0090­            HB542­     (New Title) establishing a study committee to study the approval process of nursing education                                     programs and allowing registered nurses to pronounce an anticipated death in an assisted living                                             residence.­

­0092­            HB556­     relative to school emergency response plans.­

0093­            HB566­     relative to the housing of inmates in county correctional facilities.­

0094­            HB571­     relative to full-time seasonal state employees.­

­0096­            HB608­     relative to the number of ballots furnished by the secretary of state for a state general election.­

0097­            HB629­     (New Title) relative to authorizing continued membership in the Manchester employees’

                                    contributory retirement system, and relative to the Nashua public works retirement system. ­

0098­            HB636­     relative to physician credentialing under the managed care law.­

0099­            HB701­     relative to the definition of a school district in the case of unincorporated towns or unorganized                                   places.­

0100­            HB705­     relative to the disposal of highway or turnpike funded real estate.­

­0104­            HB889­     relative to securities regulation.­

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­0107­            SB28­       redefining the “board of the public employer for the judiciary” in public employee collective bargaining.­

0108­            SB40­       relative to the modular building code.­

­0110­            SB65­       (2nd New Title) requiring that the state provide 21 days’ written notice to the defendant prior to jury                                                 selection for his or her trial of the state’s request for an extended term of imprisonment.­

0111­            SB80­       relative to qualified minor’s trusts.­

­0113­            SB99­       relative to the terms for payment in lieu of taxes for renewable generation facilities.­

0114­            SB100­     relative to the authority of a real estate escrow agent to hold funds in the event of a dispute.­

0115­            SB104­     ( New Title ) relative to the directory of charitable trusts.­

0116­            SB105­     repealing the bond requirement for fund raising counsel of a charitable trust.­

0117­            SB108­     making technical corrections to the probate laws.­

­0119­            SB132­     allowing marital masters to be reimbursed for certain expenses and repealing a provision permitting                                             court stenographers to be reimbursed for expenses.­

0120­            SB145­     allowing marital masters and registers and deputy registers of probate to perform notarial acts.­

0121­            SB193­     relative to adjustments to the child support guidelines under special circumstances.­

0122­            SB194­     establishing a commission to study the trafficking of persons across borders for sexual and labor                                                   exploitation.­

0123­            SB195­     relative to unemployment benefits for persons needed to care for family members who are disabled.­

­0125­            SB234­     relative to privileges, benefits, and immunities for national guard members.­

0126­            SB261­     naming the state law library the John W. King law library.­

­0129­            HB721­     (New Title) relative to the appropriation to the department of health and human services for rates                                                 paid for nursing services, and relative to reimbursement for home and community-based care                                  providers.­

0132­            HB180­     relative to pay and allowances for officers and enlisted members of the national guard.­

­0135­            HB336­     requiring notice of the classifications of employee and independent contractor.­

0136­            HB344­     relative to conduct of recounts.­

0137­            HB395­     relative to penalties for computer crime.­

0138­            HB439­     relative to certain rulemaking authority of the commissioner of environmental services.­

0139­            HB446­     (New Title) relative to criminal threatening in a safe school zone. ­

­0141­            HB480­     relative to party columns listing names on ballots.­

­0143­            HB534­     relative to political committees of political parties.­

­0145­            HB554­     requiring that funds in the civil legal services fund be distributed to New Hampshire Legal

                                    Assistance to establish an office in Concord.­

0146­            HB598­     repealing certain foreign dividend deductions under the business profits tax and repealing an

                                    exemption to the real estate transfer tax.­

­0148­            HB602­     relative to child support enforcement.­

0149­            HB703­     relative to day reporting programs in the county department of corrections.­

0150­            HB733­     relative to certain authority and procedures of the department of revenue administration.­

­0152­            HB844­     authorizing the commissioner of revenue administration to issue demands for records for purposes                                             of interest and dividends tax audits and to seize and destroy unstamped and invalidly stamped                                             tobacco products.­

0154­            HB866­     (New Title) relative to the right-to-know law application to public utilities commission matters. ­

­0158­            HB86­       establishing a committee to study educational and social services programs that serve families with                                                 children 6 years old and younger.­

0159­            HB104­     relative to renewal of drivers’ licenses by certain national guard members.­

­0164­            HB226­     relative to the investment of trust funds.­

­0166­            HB273­     relative to special needs trusts.­

­0168­            HB303­     (New Title) allowing Sunday dancing and repealing the prohibition on transporting moving picture                                                 films aboard passenger train cars. ­

0169­            HB318­     relative to large groundwater withdrawals.­

0170­            HB323­     (New Title) establishing a committee to study liquor commission revenues, enforcement, and training.­

­0172­            HB426­     relative to workers’ compensation rates and resolution of disputes relative to classification of

                                    employees or independent contractors. ­

0173­            HB444­     relative to parental rights in abuse and neglect cases.­

­0177­            HB549­     relative to accepting a purchase and sale agreement on developed waterfront property.­

0178­            HB551­     (New Title) allowing cities and towns to use capital reserve funds for debt repayment.­

­0182­            HB709­     making various changes to department of revenue administration authority concerning property tax                                                  administration.­

0183­            HB719­     (New Title) relative to the statute of limitations for fire code violations and placing restrictions on an                                                  exception for the storage of black gunpowder by historical reenactors and certain nonprofit entities.­

0184­            HB803­     relative to the sale of tax-deeded property.­

0185­            SB30­       combining the judicial branch salary adjustment fund and the judicial branch benefit adjustment                                     account into a single fund.­

0186­            SB33­       equalizing the pay of administrative judges in the judicial branch.­

0187­            SB81­       (New Title) relative to the state building code.­

­0189­            SB107­     authorizing the judicial branch family division and the superior court to use bail commissioners in                                  civil cases.­

0190­            SB113­     relative to the position of special justice in the district court.­

0191­            SB128­     establishing an enhanced penalty for injuring another as a result of resisting arrest.­

0192­            SB135­     establishing a commission to study lowering costs of health insurance for small businesses.­

0193­            SB139­     relative to the asset transfer penalty in Medicaid.­

0194­            SB258­     relative to reliance on ethics committee advisory opinions.­

0195­            SB254­     relative to legal representation during contract negotiations.­

­0198­            SB207­     extending the committee to study the funding necessary to operate the hazardous materials

                                    program in New Hampshire.­

0199­            SB184­     relative to residential home care services providers.­

0200­            SB182­     establishing a committee to study the confidentiality of health care records in abuse and neglect                                   proceedings.­

­0203­            SB42­       prohibiting smoking in restaurants, cocktail lounges, and certain enclosed public places.­

­0205­            HB43­       (2nd New Title) relative to the procedure for establishing Medicaid reimbursement rates; relative to                                                   reimbursement rates for hospital-based physician and outpatient services; and establishing a

                                    committee to study Medicaid payments for hospital-based physician and outpatient services. ­

­0210­            HB236­     relative to the use of “farmer’s markets” in trade names.­

0211­            HB252­     relative to exemptions from the permitting process for excavating and dredging.­

0212­            HB272­     (2nd New Title) relative to presidential primary elections and relative to election affidavits.­

0213­            HB292­     (New Title) relative to consideration of the preference of a mature minor in the modification of                                       parental rights and responsibilities.­

0214­            HB316­     (New Title) relative to the 5-year assessment review by the department of revenue administration,                                              and ratifying certain actions of the 2007 Kearsarge regional school district meeting.­

0215­            HB345­     relative to certification of death certificates.­

0216­            HB393­     relative to information filed by utilities paying the utility property tax.­

0217­            HB397­     relative to restricted drivers’ licenses.­

0218­            HB457­     (New Title) allowing local governing bodies to restrict lawn watering during declared droughts.­

­0221­            HB649­     relative to the disposition of real estate given, devised, or bequeathed to a town for charitable or                                                     community purposes.­

0223­            HB718­     (2nd New Title) establishing a committee to study the cost, quality, accountability and oversight                                    standards used by the state when contracting with private entities for delivery of public services. ­

0224­            HB727­     (New Title) establishing a commission to study health insurance coverage in the construction industry. ­

0225­            HB743­     relative to the rights of crime victims while making a victim impact statement.­

­0227­            HB827­     relative to the reasonable cost of medical support for dependent children.­

­0231­            SB60­       relative to compensations for injuries and illnesses suffered by national guard members on state active duty.­

0232­            SB101­     relative to payment of costs for certain students attending alternative education programs.­

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0234­            SB133­     relative to the escrow fund for court facility improvements.­

0235­            SB136­     relative to the attorney general’s authority to appoint, organize, and assign investigatory personnel at the department of justice.­

0236­            SB152­     relative to permanency planning for delinquent children, abused and neglected children, and children in need of services.­

0237­            SB154­     relative to the worker’s compensation compliance statement.­

0238­            SB219­     (2nd New Title) establishing a committee to study the effectiveness of current preservation planning tools designed to prevent unnecessary demolitions of significant historic properties and recommend new incentives to aid communities, improvements to existing methods, or creation of new programs.­

0239­            SB229­     relative to restitution ordered against an inmate.­

0240­            SB231­     exempting certain department of corrections practices and procedures from the provisions of RSA 541-A.­

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0242­            SB18­       raising the age of required attendance of children in school.­

0243­            HB685­     (New Title) prohibiting New Hampshire from participating in a national identification card system, and establishing a death benefit to be paid to the family of a police officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty and establishing a committee to study the eligibility for and award of the benefit.­

0244­            HB44­       (New Title) relative to the authority of authorized persons to take custody of nuisance dogs. ­

0245­            HB148­     establishing a commission to study pharmaceutical costs and the 340B Drug Pricing Program.­

0246­            HB256­     (2nd New Title) relative to the duties and powers of town treasurers.­

0247­            HB286­     relative to a Medicaid waiver for family planning services.­

0248­            HB305­     (New Title) establishing a task force to develop legislation for expanding access to affordable health insurance for the 2008 and 2009 legislative session. ­

0249­            HB406­     relative to access to state child support enforcement records.­

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0252­            HB672­     establishing a commission to study requirements for safe and secure landfills.­

0253­            HB699­     establishing a commission to study methods and costs of sewage, sludge, and septage disposal.­

0254­            HB710­     establishing a commission to study issues relative to the practice of leasing state-owned real estate on the shores of public waters.­

0255­            HB782­     (New Title) relative to reinsurance intermediaries, conduct of examinations, and certain business transfer tax credits.­

0256­            HB862­     establishing an incapacitated adult fatality review committee.­

0257­            HB914­     (New Title) establishing a committee to study issues related to cooperative school districts. ­

0258­            SB59­       (New Title) establishing a committee to study the effect on the unemployment compensation trust fund of employers with negative balance separate accounts.­

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0260­            SB76­       (New Title) establishing a commission to study the proper allocation of costs for transporting convicted persons and methods for minimizing the costs of transporting convicted persons.­

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0265­            HB184­     repealing the parental notification law.­

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0267­            HB383­     (New Title) relative to waterfront buffer and woodland buffer requirements in the comprehensive shoreland protection act. ­

0268­            HB653­     (New Title) relative to the determination of benefits, funding, and administration of the New Hampshire retirement system. ­

0269­            HB663­     (2nd New Title) relative to the protected shoreland permitting process and establishing and funding positions within the department of environmental services. ­

0270­            HB927­     (New Title) relative to the specific criteria and substantive educational program that define an adequate education, the resources required to provide an adequate education, and the establishment of a timetable for costing an adequate education.­

0271­            SB134­     (2 nd New Title) establishing a research and development credit against business taxes and requiring the commission of resources and economic development to report on the research and development tax credit program. ­

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0274­            HB94­       relative to overpayments of child support.­

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0276­            HB194­     (New Title) relative to laboratories conducting alcohol concentration tests and relative to the alcohol ignition interlock program.­

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0284­            HB707­     relative to the time frames for hearings in domestic violence cases.­

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0286­            HB731­     relative to the use of vehicle information or location tracked by an electronic toll collection system.­

0287­            HB812­     (New Title) relative to certain exceptions to limits on land application of septage and sludge.­

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0289­            HB921­     making technical changes in the insurance laws.­

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0295­            HB205­     relative to procedures for certain court ordered out-of-district placements.­

0296­            HB337­     (New Title) relative to penalties for failure to have workers’ compensation coverage and continually appropriating a special fund. ­

0297­            HB517­     (2nd New Title) establishing a commission to investigate cost drivers in providing health care and establishing the New Hampshire Rx advantage program and continually appropriating a special fund and making an appropriation therefor.­

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0299­            HB611­     (2nd New Title) relative to payment of wages by automated pay card.­

0300­            HB895­     relative to licensure of court reporters.­

0301­            SB29­       updating laws relative to child impact seminars to reflect the implementation of the judicial branch family division. ­

0302­            SB38­       relative to uninsured or hit-and-run motor vehicle coverage.­

0303­            SB46­       (New Title) requiring criminal history record checks of all applicants to practice medicine in New Hampshire, and revising the criminal history record checks under the nurse practice act.­

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0305­            SB58­       relative to the recommendation for the town budget.­

0306­            SB64­       changing the dates of the reports on court facilities made to the supreme court by the court accreditation commission and made to the commissioner of administrative services by the supreme court.­

0307­            SB69­       relative to exceptions to the confidentiality provisions for certain department of employment security records.­

0308­            SB71­       relative to setback requirements for new landfills located near designated rivers.­

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0312­            SB159­     relative to polling place arrangement and accessibility.­

0313­            SB178­     relative to the judicial retirement plan.­

0314­            SB189­     relative to medical benefits under motor vehicle insurance.­

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0317­            SB242­     establishing the intellectual property business loan development program.­

0318­            SB244­     (New Title) relative to employers withholding from employees’ wages for certain purposes.­

0319­            HB37­       relative to notification requirements for criminal offenders.­

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0321­            HB187­     (2nd New Title) establishing that sheriffs’ departments have authority to enforce civil orders.­

0322­            HB365­     (New Title) regulating the practice of foreclosure consultants and pre-foreclosure conveyances.­

0323­            HB471­     relative to workers’ compensation compliance in the construction sector and continually appropriating a special fund.­

0324­            HB488­     (2nd New Title) relative to the state chief medical examiner and medico-legal death investigations. ­

0325­            HB495­     (New Title) relative to criminal record and central registry checks of prospective foster and adoptive parents and relative to the custody of a child placed by the court in a delinquency proceeding or a proceeding for a child in need of services (CHINS).­

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0328­            HB661­     establishing an executive planning commission on special education.­

0329­            HB664­     (New Title) relative to annual dam registration and permit application fees and authorizing the city of Manchester to establish a stormwater utility.­

0330­            HB723­     (New Title) extending the moratoriums on nursing home beds and rehabilitation and relative to long-term care.­

0331­            HB735­     (New Title) relative to the form of the presidential primary election ballot, relative to administration of official oaths, and relative to assistant election officials.­

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0334­            SB35­       (2nd New Title) making an appropriation for disaster relief assistance in response to the May 2006 and April 2007 floods and establishing a committee to study the distribution of financial disaster assistance.­

0335­            SB41­       (New Title) relative to the authority of law enforcement officers to obtain registration checks on motor vehicles for official purposes and prohibiting the use of automated number plate scanning devices.­

0336­            SB52­       relative to authorizing the attorney general to bring actions for violations of New Hampshire combination and monopolies law.­

0337­            SB66­       (New Title) relative to involuntary civil commitment of sexually violent predators and relative to payment of the sex offender registration fee by criminal offenders.­

0338­            SB93­       relative to insurance coverage for children’s early intervention therapy services.­

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0343­            SB161­     (New Title) relative to the registration fees for mortgage servicing companies and relative to debt adjustment services.­

0344­            SB170­     establishing an office of mediation and arbitration within the judicial branch. ­

0345­            SB192­     establishing an outreach program in the children’s health insurance program.­

0346­            SB204­     relative to collection of debts owed the state.­

0347­            SB206­     (New Title) relative to the investment authority of local government entities and authorizing the city of Nashua to purchase Pennichuck Corporation stock. ­

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0350­            HB87­       relative to the exceptions to compulsory school attendance.­

0351­            HB767­     (New Title) relative to insurance for volunteer drivers and establishing a state coordinating council for community transportation.­

0352­            HB790­     (2nd New Title) relative to dependent coverage for health insurance. ­

0353­            HB797­     regulating mandatory overtime for nurses and assistants.­

0354­            HB828­     (2nd New Title) relative to corrupt practices as defined in RSA 640 and state reporting requirements for gifts, honorariums, and expenses.­

0355­            HB876­     (2nd New Title) establishing a commission to make recommendations to ensure the long-term viability of the New Hampshire retirement system, and making an appropriation therefor. ­

0356­            HB882­     relative to limitations on tort liability of government units.­

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0358­            SB67­       relative to implementation of the recommendations of the YDC master plan and making an appropriation therefor.­

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0362­            SB92­       relative to the definition of employee and clarifying the criteria for exempting workers from employee status.­

0363­            SB138­     (New Title) relative to the waiting list for services to persons with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders. ­

0364­            SB140­     (New Title) relative to transmission upgrades, the process for siting renewable generation facilities, and the study of demand response programs and distributed generation.­

0365­            SB162­     establishing a commission to oversee and negotiate issues relative to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).­

0366­            SB168­     establishing tuition waivers for foster children.­

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0368­            SB216­     relative to certification of employee organizations to represent public employees.­

0369­            SB222­     relative to health insurance for national guard members.­

0370­            SB223­     (New Title) establishing a New Hampshire medal of honor and prohibiting funeral protests.­

0371­            HB83­       (New Title) relative to the deliberations of the board of tax and land appeals under the right-to-know law.­

0372­            HB202­     (New Title) relative to a point system for automobile dealer and inspection station violations, appointments to the motor vehicle industry board, and the regulation of snowmobiles as motor vehicles in certain circumstances.­

0373­            HB306­     establishing a task force on work and family.­

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0376­            HB903­     (New Title) prohibiting delivery of oil to non-compliant underground storage facilities and establishing requirements for guaranteed price plans and prepaid contracts for home heating oil, kerosene, or liquid petroleum gas.­

0377­            SB98­       (New Title) relative to party access to voter information.­

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0379­            SB197­     relative to continuation of group health insurance in the event of divorce or legal separation.­

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