The New Hampshire Senate
Bipartisan, pro-business bill provides much needed update to New Hampshire's Business Corporation Act.
Concord, NH – Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, prime sponsor of Senate Bill 41, legislation revising the Business Corporation Act, issued the following statement after today’s hearing on the bill:
“New Hampshire’s corporate statutes have fallen behind the curve in terms of usability, business friendliness, and how they interact with modern day technologies, hurting our chances of attracting good, high-paying jobs to the state. SB 41 will reverse that trend and move the Granite State to the front of the pack nationally.
“This legislation is the result of the dedicated and diligent work of some of the best business minds in New Hampshire who, in partnership with the Secretary of State, have taken nationally recognized model legislation and shaped it into a uniquely New Hampshire bill that will update our code and attract new businesses to the state. I am proud to sponsor of this key, bipartisan, pro-business bill and look forward to its quick passage out of the Senate.”