Tuesday, Oct. 27 in the NH House

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27  in the nh house

 

CHILDREN’S CAUCUS, Room 206, LOB

2:00 p.m.         All are welcome to attend this meeting of the Children’s Caucus.

COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS,Room 302, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedSB 75, relative to unfair trade practices targeting veterans.

1:15 p.m.         Executive session on retainedHB 114, relative to grocery sales by stores licensed to sell alcoholic beverages; HB 128,authorizing individuals and certain businesses to purchase health insurance from out-of-state companies; HB 131,relative to renewal of health club memberships; HB 197-FN, relative to sales and samples provided by wine manufacturers; HB 327,relative to investment crowdfunding; HB 356, exempting persons using private virtual currencies for internet commerce from the licensing requirements for money transmitters; HB 366,relative to the alcohol percentage used to classify beverages; HB 596-FN-L,relative to health insurance plans of public employers; HB 601-FN, relative to cash dispensing machine requirements; HB 672-FN, establishing a state bank; SB 64,relative to rulemaking authority and enforcement concerning prices for filling certain prescriptions; SB 75,relative to unfair trade practices targeting veterans; SB 110-FN, establishing the administrative supervision act; SB 115-FN, relative to the resale of condominium and subdivision time shares; SB 137,relative to cost-sharing parity for oral anti-cancer therapies; SB 155-FN-A,establishing a recovery fund for victims of the Financial Resources Mortgage (FRM) fraud and continually appropriating a special fund;SB 178, relative to optometrist participation in vision insurance plans; SB 219-FN,relative to breastfeeding.

Room 305, LOB 

10:00 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedHB 672-FN, establishing a state bank.

10:15 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedHB 601-FN, relative to cash dispensing machine requirements.

10:30 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedHB 356, exempting persons using private virtual currencies for internet commerce from the licensing requirements for money transmitters.

COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECOUPLING FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE UTILITIES (RSA 374-F:4-a), Room 102, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Regular meeting.

COMMISSION TO STUDY OVERSIGHT, REGULATION, AND REPORTING OF PATIENT SAFETY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS (RSA 126-A:68), Room 303, LOB

1:00 p.m.        Regular meeting.

COMMITTEE TO STUDY CERTAIN ISSUES RELATIVE TO THE CONTROLLED DRUG PRESCRIPTION HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM (SB 31, Chapter 48:10, Laws of 2015), Room 101, LOB

9:00 a.m.         Regular meeting.

COMMITTEE TO STUDY FACILITATING PRIVATE INVESTMENT IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY (HB 382, Chapter 68:1, Laws of 2015), Room 304, LOB

1:00 p.m.        Regular meeting.

COMMITTEE TO STUDY POLICIES WHICH IT DETERMINES ARE NECESSARY FOR DYSLEXIC STUDENTS (HB 519, Chapter 172:1, Laws of 2015), Room 307, LOB

1:00 p.m.        Work session. 

COMMITTEE TO STUDY PUBLIC ACCESS TO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN INFORMATION (HB 304, Chapter 66:1, and SB 92, Chapter 151:1, Laws of 2015), Room 100, SH

10:00 a.m.       Regular meeting.

COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE USE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT DETAILS AND FLAGGERS FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL ON MUNICIPALLY MAINTAINED ROADS (SB 234, Chapter 81:1, Laws of 2015), Room 101, LOB

10:30 a.m.       Regular meeting.

EDUCATION, Room 207, LOB

8:30 a.m.         Subcommittee work session on retainedHB 301, allowing a parent to elect not to include their child in the unique pupil identification system or other information database maintained by the department of education.

10:00 a.m.      Executive session on retained HB 218-FN,relative to additional funding for third grade proficiency in mathematics; HB 231,relative to applications for school building aid; HB 242, relative to the statewide improvement and assessment program;HB 243, changing the definitions of "focus school" and "priority school" in the school performance and accountability law;HB 253, relative to the requirements for filing a charter school application;HB 301, allowing a parent to elect not to include their child in the unique pupil identification system or other information database maintained by the department of education;HB 471, relative to the powers of the state board of education and the duties of school boards;HB 527, establishing guidelines for school districts relative to the use of school resource officers;HB 536, relative to payment for special education services for chartered public school students and relative to federal funds for chartered public schools;HB 538-FN-L, relative to the implementation of new statewide education annual assessments;HB 549-FN-A-L, allowing school building aid grants for certain authorized projects;HB 581-FN, requiring schools to continue the education of a child during the child's suspension or expulsion;HB 611-FN, requiring legislative approval of all agreements, contracts, grants, or waivers involving the department of education or the state board of education;HB 625-FN-A, relative to public charter schools; SB 157-FN, relative to encouraging high school students to take and pass a United States citizenship test.

JOINT COMMITTEE ON DEDICATED FUNDS (RSA 6:12-i), Room 202, LOB

1:00 p.m.        Regular meeting.

JUDICIARY, Room 208, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedCACR 5, relating to legal actions. Providing that taxpayers have standing to bring actions against the government.

1:00 p.m.         Executive session on retained billsCACR 5, relating to legal actions. Providing that taxpayers have standing to bring actions against the government;HB 636-FN, relative to forfeiture of property. Immediately following executive session, committee discussion regarding committee procedures and administration.

WAYS AND MEANS, Room 202, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Subcommittee work session on retainedHB 552-FN, requiring the state treasurer to develop an implementation plan for the state to accept bitcoin as payment for taxes and fees.