NH House - Session Recap, June 24, 2015

HOUSE RECAP

June 24, 2015

 

Reps. Flanagan and Shurtleff move that House Rules  (Motion passes, Roll Call vote, 279-71)

 

COMMITTEES OF CONFERENCE-Senate Bills

SB 32, relative to state agency budgetary reporting requirements.  (Sen. concurred with the House position) Rep. Ober moves adoption of the committee report. (Motion passes, VV)

SB 84, relative to the definition of "telemedicine."(Sen. concurred with the House position) Rep.Fothergill moves adoption of the committee report (Motion passes, VV)

SB 97, authorizing municipalities to adopt ordinances to regulate storm water to comply with federal permit requirements.  (House and Senate concur) (Rep. J. Belanger moves that the committee report be adopted  (Motion passes, VV)

SB 99, establishing a committee to study allowing the sampling of beer or wine at farmer’s markets, establishing a committee to study powdered or crystalline alcohol, and relative to the definition of alcohol. (Sen. concurred with the House position)  Rep. Hunt moves adoption of committee report Rep. Hunt moves that the committee report be adopted. (Motion passes, VV)

SB 120-FN, relative to applicants for secondary game operator licenses. (House and Senate reach compromise and concur) Rep. Abrami moves the committee report be adopted. (Motion passes, VV)

SB 135-FN, relative to lead poisoning in children. (House and Senate agree on amendment) Rep. Nelson moves the committee report be adopted. (Motion passes, Roll Call vote, 249-103)

SB 151-FN, requiring inclusion of home educated pupils in the definition of average daily membership in attendance.  (Sen. concurred with the House position) Rep. Rick Ladd moves that the committee report be adopted) (Motion passes, Division vote, 322-26)

SB 169, relative to the use of electronic benefits transfer (EBT) cards.  (House concurred with the Senate position) Rep. Kotowski moves that the committee report be adopted. (Motions passes, 213-143) 

SB 170, requiring the public utilities commission to ensure ratepayer protections with electric power suppliers and extending the time for the site evaluation committee to adopt certain rules.(The Senate concurs with the House position) Rep. Thomas moves adoption of the committee report.  (Motion passes, VV)

SB 235, relative to the condominium act and the land sales full disclosure act. (Senate concurs with the House position) Rep. Sterling moves adoption of the committee report (Motion passes, VV)

SB 254, establishing a committee to study the provision of services to the public by Uber and existing taxi services  (House and Senate agree on amendment) Rep. Hunt moves adoption of committee report (Motion passes, VV)

SB 266-FN, adopting the Uniform Securities Act. (Senate concurs with the House position) Rep. Hunt moves adoption of the committee report . (Motion passes, VV)

 

SENATE MESSAGES

Rep. Kurk moves concurrence with the Senate on the committee of conference report of HB1 (the motion is adopted, Roll Call vote, 196-161)

Rep. Kurk moves concurrence wit the Senate on the committee of conference report of HB 2 (the motion is adopted, Roll Call vote,  196-164)

Rep. Kurk moves passage of HJR 2 . Rep. Wallner moves amendment 2336, which changes the funding formula for the continuing resolution. (The motion fails, 208-150) HJR2 passes on a voice vote.

 

COMMITTEES OF CONFERENCE-House Bills

HB 25-FN-A, making appropriations for capital improvements. (House and Senate concur)  Rep. Chandler moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 115, relative to reports on gross appropriations from the highway fund in the tentative state budget and defining auto cycle and making provisions for the operation and inspection of auto cycles. (House and Senate concur) Rep. Chandler moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 142, relative to student social media policies by educational institutions and nonpublic sessions under the right-to-know law, and establishing a commission to study social impact bond funding for early childhood education for at-risk students. (House and Senate concur) Rep. Balcom moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 219-FN, relative to the use of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards. (The Senate concurred with the House position) Rep. McMahon moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 305, relative to assessment of and discharge planning for minors in the juvenile court system. (House concurred with the Senate position)  Rep. Itse moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 323, relative to the administration of the statewide assessment program. (House and Senate agree) Rep. Ladd moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 364, relative to renewal fees administered by the office of professional licensing, the salt applicator certification program, and pesticide product registration requirements. (House and Senate agree) Rep. A. Christie moves that the committee of conference report be adopted.  (Motion is adopted, Roll Call, 223-131)

HB 407, establishing a committee to study the classifications of military vehicles and equipment that may be purchased by the state and its political subdivisions and establishing a committee to study honorary legislation. (The Senate concurred with the House position) Rep. J. Belanger moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, Division Vote, 302-53

HB 421, authorizing the university of New Hampshire to grow industrial hemp for research purposes and proclaiming September 25 as Ataxia Awareness Day. (The Senate concurred with the House position) Rep. Haefner moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, Division vote,. 306-45)

HB 460, establishing a commission to study revenue alternatives to the road toll for electric-powered and hybrid vehicles for the funding of improvements to the state’s highways and bridges. (House and Senate concur) Rep.Chandler moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion is adopted, VV)

HB 468-FN, requiring a warrant to obtain electronic device location information and relative to appropriations for nursing homes. (The House  concurred with the Senate position) Rep. Sytek moves that the committee of conference report be adopted. (Motion adopted, VV)

HB 483, relative to the commission on primary care workforce issues. (House concurred with  the Senate position) Rep. Kotowski moves that the committee of conference report be adopted.  (Motion adopted, VV)

HB 508, relative to the dissolution of the New Hampshire medical malpractice joint underwriting association and relative to cost-sharing parity for oral anti-cancer therapies.(House accedes to the Senate) Rep. Hunt moves that the committee of conference report be adopted.   (Motion adopted, Division vote, 243-99)

HB 550-FN, relative to administration of the tobacco tax and relative to the sale or exchange of an interest in a business organization under the business profits tax.(House and Senate  concur) Rep. Major moves that the committee of conference report be adopted.  (Motion passes, Division vote, 202-145)

HB 572-FN-L, relative to taking land by eminent domain for high pressure gas pipelines and relative to the siting of high pressure gas pipelines. (Senate and House concur) Rep. J. Belanger moves that the committee of conference report be adopted (Motion passes, VV)

HB 577-FN-A-L, establishing a children’s savings account program, and relative to the bonding authority of the city of Dover. (House and Senate concur) Rep. Ladd moves that the committee of conference report be adopted (Motion passes, Roll Call, 201-145)

HB 599, relative to the economic revitalization zone tax credit program. (House accedes to the Senate) Rep.Abrami moves that the committee of conference report be adopted (Motion passes, VV)

HB 614-FN, implementing goals of the state 10-year energy strategy, modifying uses of the site evaluation committee fund, establishing fees for energy facility evaluation, and relative to public information sessions on proposed energy siting. (House and Senate concur) Rep. Richardson moves that the committee of conference report be adopted (Motion passes, VV)

HB 662-FN-L, relative to property taxes paid by chartered public schools leasing property. (House accedes to the Senate) Rep. J. Belanger moves that the committee of conference report be adopted (Motion passes, Roll Call, 275-71) )

HB 681-FN-A, establishing a fine for persons convicted of domestic violence and increasing the marriage license fee. (House and Senate concur) Rep. Lachance moves that the committee of conference be adopted (Motion passes, Roll Call, 203-144)