Tuesday, Feb. 16 in the NH House

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 IN THE NH HOUSE

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

CAPITAL BUDGET OVERVIEW COMMITTEE (RSA 17-J:2), Room 201, LOB

1:00 p.m.         Regular meeting.

CHILDREN AND FAMILY LAW, Room 206, LOB

10:00 a.m.      Executive session on HB 1236,relative to hearings on modifications of parental rights and responsibilities;HB 1237, establishing a committee to study the establishment of a default conflict management and resolution system for parents and children;HB 1279, relative to grounds for termination of parental rights;HB 1280, relative to grounds for modification of parental rights and responsibilities.

1:00 p.m.        HB 1248, relative to the waiver of counsel in juvenile delinquency proceedings.

1:45 p.m.        HB 1250, relative to medical neglect of children.

2:30 p.m.        HB 1165, changing "incapacitated" to "vulnerable" in the adult protective services laws.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, Room 302, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1409, relative to life, accident, and health insurance.

10:15 a.m.      HB 1340, relative to producer licensing.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1403, relative to reinsurance.

10:45 a.m.      HB 1410, relative to motor vehicle coverage.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1450, relative to risk-based capital for insurers.

11:15 a.m.      HB 1459, relative to commercial coverage.

11:30 a.m.      HB 1339, relative to the corporate governance annual disclosure act.

1:15 p.m.        HB 1194, relative to medical benefits under motor vehicle insurance.

2:00 p.m.        HB 1342, prohibiting the use of certain information to underwrite insurance.

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY, Room 204, LOB

9:30 a.m.        HB 1632-FN, establishing a criminal penalty for providing a firearm to a person prohibited from possessing a firearm.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1645, relative to carrying a pistol or revolver without a license.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1135, relative to physical force in defense of a person.

1:00 p.m.        HB 1415, relative to escape from official custody.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

EDUCATION, Room 207, LOB

9:30 a.m.        Executive session on HB 1120,relative to teacher qualifications at charter schools;HB 1121, relative to the academic areas that comprise the statewide assessment;HB 1205, including libraries that provide children's programming in the definition of drug-free school zone;HB 1229, prohibiting the inclusion of statewide assessment results in a student's transcript without consent;HB 1232, relative to visits to schools by non-academic government or private organizations; HB 1283, relative to school notification of a change in placement;HB 1300, relative to the content of patriotic exercises in public schools;HB 1338, relative to student exemption from the statewide assessment;HB 1365, requiring public schools to observe New Hampshire constitution day;HB 1393, requiring the department of education to report statewide assessment results for school districts receiving certain state aid;HB 1456, relative to chartered public school boards.

 

ELECTION LAW, Room 308, LOB

9:30 a.m.         Executive session on HB 1114,relative to the number of inspectors of election;HB 1529-FN, relative to reporting of felony convictions for voter checklist updates;HB 1511-FN-L, relative to hours of polling;HB 1143, relative to showing a ballot;HB 1183, relative to election result recounts; HB 1503, relative to distributing campaign materials at the polling place; HB 1220, relative to disqualification of election officers; HB 1624-FN, relative to electioneering by public employees; HB 1679-FN, relative to electioneering by a public official; HB 1682-FN, relative to electioneering by public servants and relative to warrant articles; HB 1539-FN, relative to procedures for resolving ties in legislative races; HB 1482, establishing a committee to study improving the statewide voter registration database; HB 1642-FN-L, relative to persons executing election affidavits;HB 1646, relative to the disclosure of felony convictions by individuals seeking an elected office; 

12:00 p.m.      Subcommittee work session on HB 1378,relative to disabled voters requiring assistance.

 

ENVIRONMENT AND AGRICULTURE, Room 303, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1615-FN, regulating the transfer of dogs from out of state.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

1:00 p.m.        Executive session on HB 1514,relative to the application of nitrogen and phosphorus content fertilizers;HB 1466, relative to labeling requirements for certain homestead food operations;HB 1354, establishing a committee to study livestock and meat inspection;HB 1355, relative to poultry producers exempted from meat inspection requirements;HB 1528-FN, relative to standards for aerobic septic systems.

 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND ADMINISTRATION, Room 306, LOB

9:00 a.m.         Subcommittee work session onHB 1282, relative to the state building code. May be continued to Thursday, February 16 at 9:00 a.m. if necessary.

10:00 a.m.      HB 1588, relative to employment restrictions on former executive branch commissioners, and repealing certain prohibitions on employment of state employees.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1142, relative to employee compensation at certain hospitals.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1122, relative to limitations on supervisory positions in state employment.

11:30 a.m.      HB 1128, proclaiming the second week in September as Patriot Week.

1:30 p.m.         Subcommittee work session onHB 1442-FN, relative to objections to proposed agency rules under the administrative procedure act.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

FINANCE - DIVISION I, Room 212, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Work session onHB 636-FN,relative to forfeiture of property.

10:30 a.m.      Work session on HB 626-FN-A,authorizing energy infrastructure development and designating energy infrastructure corridors.

10:45 a.m.      Work session on HB 1428-FN-A-L,making appropriations to the department of environmental services for the purpose of funding eligible and completed drinking water and wastewater projects under the state aid grant program.

11:30 a.m.       Work session onHB 1591-FN-A, relative to the health care premium contribution for retired state employees who are over 65 years of age, relative to funding of retiree health benefits, and making an appropriation to the department of administrative services;HB 1592-FN, relative to the health care premium contribution for retired state employees who are over 65 years of age, relative to funding of retiree health benefits, and making an appropriation to the department of administrative services.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

 

HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES AND ELDERLY AFFAIRS, Room 205, LOB

9:00 a.m.        Subcommittee work session on HB 1423-FN,relative to rulemaking for prescribing controlled drugs.

 

10:00 a.m.      HB 1648-FN, relative to sales by pharmacists under the controlled drug act.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1490, relative to collaborative practice between pharmacists and health care practitioners.

1:15 p.m.        HB 1420, relative to controlled drug prescription health and safety information.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

2:15 p.m.        Executive session on HB 1310,establishing a commission to study health care for all residents of New Hampshire;    HB 1464-FN, relative to monitoring visits to child day care agencies;HB 1537-FN, relative to testing for Lyme disease;HB 1542-FN, requiring drug testing of public assistance recipients.

 

JUDICIARY, Room 208, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1493, relative to ownership of DNA.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1494, relative to the expectation of privacy in personal information.

11:15 a.m.      HB 1496, relative to the expectation of privacy in personal materials.

1:00 p.m.        CACR 22, relating to the right to privacy.  Providing that an individual's right to live free from governmental interference is fundamental and shall not be restricted unless the government demonstrates a compelling state interest.

2:00 p.m.        HB 1623-FN, prohibiting an abortion based on genetic abnormalities.

3:00 p.m.        HB 1625-FN, relative to banning abortion after viability.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATION, Room 307, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1126, limiting the authority of delegates to Article V conventions.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1669-FN, establishing a state procedure for conventions to ratify proposed amendments to the United States Constitution.

10:45 a.m.      HB 1454, establishing a committee to determine a process for inhabitants of the state to effectuate the protections of Article 14.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1163, relative to lobbying, campaign contributions, and political advertising.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

LONG RANGE CAPITAL PLANNING AND UTILIZATION COMMITTEE (RSA 17-M:1),Room 201, LOB

1:30 p.m.         Regular meeting

 

MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT, Room 301, LOB

9:30 a.m.        HB 1407, establishing a property tax credit for persons providing certain home health care services for a family member.

9:50 a.m.        HB 1455, relative to membership of a municipal budget committee.

10:10 a.m.      HB 1460, relative to perambulation of town boundaries.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1504-FN-L, relative to the execution of a real estate tax lien on a primary residence.

10:50 a.m.      HB 1508, allowing public libraries to run certain privacy software.

11:10 a.m.      HB 1559-FN, relative to property taxes paid by education facilities leasing property.

1:00 p.m.        Executive session on HB 1219-FN-L,relative to the repurchase of tax-deeded property by the former owner and the costs therefor;HB 1284, relative to highway agents;HB 1304, relative to town maintenance of a road designated as a highway to summer cottages; HB 1336-FN-L, relative to interest on abatements of taxes.

 

PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS, Room 201, LOB

10:00 a.m.      Continued public hearing on HB 1349,relative to the location of the Merrimack county superior court.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

 

RESOURCES, RECREATION AND DEVELOPMENT, Room 305, LOB

10:30 a.m.       Work session onHB 1595-FN, relative to the rivers management and protection program.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY, Room 304, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Full committee work session onHB 1116, relative to net metering;HB 1275, relative to net energy metering capacity;HB 1367, relative to the public utility commission's authority to implement measures to increase the reliability, cost effectiveness, efficiency, or resiliency of the electrical grid; HB 1483,relative to community renewable energy.

1:00 p.m.        Executive session on HB 1104,relative to electric renewable energy classes;HB 1691-FN, making certain changes to the renewable portfolio standard.

                       Continued Executive Session from Friday, Feb. 12

1:00 p.m.       HB1374, relative to rebates to ratepayers from the renewable energy fund.

                       HB1479, establishing a broadband study committee

                       HB1502, establishing a committee to study odor emissions from landfills

                       HB1659, relative to the implementation of the clean power state implementation plan.

 

TRANSPORTATION, Room 203, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1156, relative to interference with traffic devices.

10:30 a.m.      HB 1257, relative to revocation or suspension of a driver's license because of physical impairment.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1302, relative to driver's license requirements for operation of a mixed use school bus.

11:30 a.m.      HB 1469, relative to the restriction of drivers' licenses for nonpayment of child support.

1:00 p.m.        HB 1161, relative to the traffic safety commission.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

2:00 p.m.        Continued executive session on HB 1154-FN,authorizing and regulating the use of license plate scanning devices.

2:30 p.m.        Executive session on HB 1131,relative to vehicles formerly used as ambulances;HB 1132, relative to carrying a rifle or shotgun in certain vehicles;HB 1358, regulating engine idling of certain vehicles;HB 1405, repealing the prohibition on after market tinted glass in motor vehicles;HB 1151, relative to after market tinting on side windows;HB 1157, relative to enforcement of the prohibition on the use of mobile electronic devices while driving;HB 1158, relative to an exemption from the prohibition on the use of mobile electronic devices while driving.

 

WAYS AND MEANS, Room 202, LOB

10:00 a.m.      HB 1198-FN-L, relative to the valuation of poles and conduits owned by telephone utilities.

11:00 a.m.      HB 1655-FN, (New Title) relative to the municipal registration fee for an agricultural/industrial utility vehicle used exclusively for farming or agriculture.

1:00 p.m.        Continued hearing on HB 1101,prohibiting charges to New Hampshire residents for the construction of high pressure gas pipelines.

Executive session on pending legislation may be held throughout the day, time permitting, from the time the committee is initially convened.

2:00 p.m.         Full committee work session onHB 1101, prohibiting charges to New Hampshire residents for the construction of high pressure gas pipelines.