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2HB1798relative to eligibility for food stamps/supplemental nutrition assistance.This bill prohibits the state from waiving the federal work requirement for able-bodied adults without dependents who receive food stamp benefits.Sponsors: (Prime) Sean Morrison , Michael McCarthy, Werner Horn, David Binford, Michael Vose, Kevin AvardCommunity Safety & Well BeingOITLCommittee Report: the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 15-5; see HC 9 P. 42 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.AFSC
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3HB1283 textThis bill prohibits a law enforcement agency from conducting a sobriety checkpoint.Sponsors: (Prime) Brian Stone , Larry Gagne, Kevin Verville, Michael Costable, Scott WallaceCommunity Safety & Well BeingThe Majority Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 12-8; see HC 7 P. 14. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 3/29. The Committee Report: is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate, for the 4/19 Senate session; see SC 17. The Senate Voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 15-7 Roll Call vote on 4/19. See SJ 13 audioFrom HC 7: The majority feels checkpoints can lead to a worsening of public/police relations as many people will be upset after being stopped and detained without any evidence of them doing anything wrong... In order to increase DWI arrests while increasing our liberty, sobriety checkpoints should be abolished. Vote was 12-8. The minority of the committee believes that sobriety checkpoints are one of the many tools that police departments have at their disposal, believes that the decision to conduct them should remain with the police departments.
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3HB1425 textThis bill provides that, for the purpose of the simple assault statute, unprivileged physical contact which does not result in harm or injury to another shall be charged as a violation and not a misdemeanor.Sponsors: (Prime) Frank Saparetoroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingMajority Committee Report: Ought to Pass for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 17-3; see HC 7 P. 15. The House PASSED the bill on a roll call vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the SENATE, and the public hearing was held. The Committee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 4/5 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see Senate Calendar 15. The Senate voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 4/5; see SJ 11 audio
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3HB1313 textThis bill repeals the prohibitions on carrying a loaded firearm on an OHRV or a snowmobileSponsors: (Prime) John Burt , Sherman Packard, Michael Sylvia, Ed Comeau, Josh Moore, Kevin Avard, Harold French, Jeb Bradley, Kenneth Weyler, Alfred Baldasaro, Jeanine Notter, Chris True, Dennis Greenroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingMajority Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 11-7; see HC 9 P. 75 . At the House session on 3/22, Minority Amendment #2018-0588h Failed on a 153-175 roll call vote. The House PASSED the bill on a 181-148 roll call vote. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a Public Hearing on 4/16; see SC 17. The Committee Report is to Refer the bill for Interim Study at the 5/2 Senate Session; the vote was 5-0; see SC 19. At the Senate Session on 5/3, the Senate vote Failed on a 12-12 Roll Call vote. The Senate Finally Voted to TABLE the bill, on a 14-10 Roll call vote. See SJ 16. audioAmendment #2018-0588h
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3SB471 textrelative to the authority of municipalities to address potential natural threats.This bill creates a procedure for issuing exceptional disaster relief loans.Sponsors: (Prime) Bob GiudaCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0261s, 0for the 2/01 Senate session; see SC 5. The Senate PASSED the bill with an amendment on 2/1 on a Voice vote. See Senate Journal 3. The bill crossed over to the House and a public hearing was held on 3/20. The Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass for the 4/5 House session; the vote was 14-1. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. The bill was Referred to the Finance Committee but the referral was Waived by the Committee Chair. audio
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3SB484 textre-establishing the commission to address child hunger in New Hampshire.Sponsors: (Prime) Martha Fuller ClarkCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0659s, for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 8. The Senate PASSED the bill with an amendment on a Voice vote on 2/22. See Senate Journal 5. The bill crossed over to the House. A public hearing will be held on 04/03. The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass for the 4/12 House session. The vote was 15-0. See HC 14 P. 5 . The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/12.audio
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3HB1749 textrelative to the state's authority to prohibit or regulate firearms and relative to the selectmen's authority to manage town property. This bill revises the law on the state's authority to prohibit or regulate firearms, firearms components, ammunition, firearms supplies, and knives. The bill also renders the selectmen's authority to manage town property subject to the provision of RSA 159:26.Sponsors: (Prime) J.R. Hoell , Jeanine Notter, Michael Sylvia, James Spillane, Daniel Itse, Alfred Baldasaro, John Burt, Ed Comeau, James McConnell, Scott Wallaceroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingISCommittee Report: Refer for Interim Study for the 2/7 House session. The vote was 18-2; see HC 5 P. 24. The House referred the bill for Interim Study on 2/8, on a roll call vote.www.fosters.com/news/20180219/another-view-we-need-clarity-common-sense-in-our-gun-laws
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3HB1542 textThis bill allows any person who is not otherwise prohibited by state or federal law to carry a pistol or revolver on the exterior grounds of any university system of New Hampshire and community college system of New Hampshire property.Sponsors: (Prime) Brian Stoneroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLThe Majority Committee Report was that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 15-5; see HC 7 P. 16. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a roll call vote on 2/22.Moms Demand Action on Gun Sensewww.fosters.com/news/20180219/another-view-we-need-clarity-common-sense-in-our-gun-laws
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3HB1566 textprohibiting open carry of a firearm in certain public places.Sponsors: (Prime) Delmar Burridgeroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 12-8. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to legislate on a roll call vote on 2/15.Criminal Justice/Public Safety committee recommended Inexpedient to Legislate 12-8. Argued that it is against the Constitution to tell private bars, churches, etc. that open carrying
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3HB1438 textThis bill allows for rental and lease agreements for residential property to include a clause prohibiting tenants from possessing firearms, explosives, or ammunition within the premises.Sponsors: (Prime) Janice SchmidtCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for 03/06/2018 (Vote 16-1; CC) HC 9 P. 26 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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3HB1431 textprohibiting the state and political subdivisions from acquiring military-equipped vehicles or equipment which are not readily available in an open national commercial market.Sponsors: (Prime) J.R. Hoell , Robert Theberge, Kevin Verville, Daniel Itse, Keith Ammon, Elizabeth Ferreira, Nick Zaricki, Scott WallaceCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 13-0; see HC 5 P. 14. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/8From HC 5: This bill is filled with several unintended consequences including disarming the National Guard. The NH Div of Forests and Lands sees no justification for government red-tape to stand in the way of helping first responders getting the equipment they need to respond to wild fires, floods, and other natural disasters
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3HB1792 textreducing the criminal penalty for certain controlled drugs.Sponsors: (Prime) Caleb Dyer , Brandon Phinney, Joseph Stallcop, Elizabeth Edwards, Dan HynesCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 14-3; see HC 9 P. 12 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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3HB1709 textThis bill permits the use of physical force against another person who is aiding or abetting a perpetrator who is committing or about to commit kidnapping or a forcible sex offense.Sponsors: (Prime) James McConnell , John Reagan, Keith Ammon, Mark McLean, John O'Day, Bob Giuda, Daniel Itse, Michael Abbott, Gregory HillCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLMajority Committee Report: Refer for Interim Study for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 13-7; see HC 7 P. 16. The House voted to Refer the bill for Interim Study, on a 222-109 Division vote on 2/22.Interim Study was recommended by the majority of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee to look further into the practical application of this law and whether or not protections exist for good samaritans who take action to protect someone for being kidnapped or raped. The vote was 13-7.
Rep. John Burt for the Minority of of the committee said the bill makes explicit the current law which permits the use of deadly force upon another person when that other person is physically aiding or abetting another person who is committing or about to commit kidnapping or a forcible sex offense.
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3HB1730 textestablishing a public safety enhancement revolving fund, establishing a grant program for body cameras worn by police, and creating prestige number vanity plates.Sponsors: (Prime) Robert Renny Cushing , Delmar Burridge, James McConnell, Dan Feltes, David Welch, Richard O'Leary, Linn OpderbeckeCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLThe Majority Committee Report was that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 15-5; see HC 7 P. 16. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/8.
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3HB1306 textrelative to aggravated felonious sexual assault in a public accommodation.
Sponsors: (Prime) Jess Edwards , John Reagan
Community Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 20-0; see HC 7 P. 5. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/22.
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3HB1460 textThis bill establishes criteria and standards for the review or enactment of professional or occupational regulation by the state to be administered by the office of professional licensure and certification..Sponsors: (Prime) Norman SilberCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 14-0; see HC 9 P. 20. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/22. 
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3HB1270 textrelative to the prohibition on the use of mobile electronic devices while driving. This bill permits using a mobile electronic device while stopped by a traffic control device.Sponsors: (Prime) Chris True , Michael Sylvia, Brian Seaworth, Glen Dickey, Andrew Proutroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLMajority Committee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 13-2; see HC 9 P. 48. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 232-99 roll call vote on 03/06.
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3HB1380 textrelative to unauthorized use of firearms. This bill allows for discharge of a firearm within the compact part of a city or town with the written permission of all abutting property owners.Sponsors: (Prime) Caleb Dyer , Brandon PhinneyCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 17-3; see HC 5 P. 5. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/8.
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relative to the use of recycled tire rubber at village, town, municipal, and school playgrounds.Sponsors: (Prime) Mindi Messmer , Suzanne Smith, Valerie Fraser, David Watters, James McConnell, Chuck GrassieCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLMajority Committee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 15-4; see  HC 9 P. 45. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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3SB492 This bill establishes a misdemeanor offense for the manufacture, sale, possession, or use of a multiburst trigger activator, known as a "bump stock".Jeff Woodburn; Shannon Chandley; Kevin Cavanaugh; David Watters; Paul Berch; Lou D'Allesandro; Donna Soucy; Dan Feltes' Martha Fuller Clark; Robert Renny Cushing; Martha Hennessey; Bette Lasky; Stephen Shurtleff roll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingISCommittee Report: Referred to Interim Study for the 02/01 Senate session; see SC 5. The Senate voted to Refer the bill for Interim Study, on a roll call vote on 2/1. See Senate Journal 3. Granite State Progressaudio
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4HB1404 textrelative to the competing harms defense.Sponsors: (Prime) Dan HynesCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0489h for the 02/22 House session, Th vote was 20-0; see HC 7 P. 6. The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 0489h on a Voice vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 3/27. The Committee Report is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 5/2 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 19. The Senate Voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice Vote on 5/2; See SJ15. audio
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4HB1370 textrelative to a school's emergency management plan.Sponsors: (Prime) Rick Ladd , James Grenier, Mel MylerCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0099h for 02/07/2018 (Vote 15-0; CC) HC 5 P. 7. The House PASSED the bill with an amendment on a Voice vote on 2/8. The bill crossed over to the SENATE. There was a public hearing and the Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0963s. The Senate PASSED the bill with the amendment on 3/8. The House Concurred with Amendment 0963s on a Voice vote on 3/21. Enrolled Bill Amendment #2018-1220e was Adopted on a Voice vote (In recess of 03/22/2018); see Senate Journal 11
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4HB1416 textrepealing the prohibition on bottle rockets.Sponsors: (Prime) Kenneth Weyler , Daniel Itse, John Burtroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingMajority Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0347h for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 12-8; see HC 7 P. 15. The House PASSED the bill with Amendment #2018-0347h, on a roll call vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 4/10. The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass for the 4/26 Senate session; see SC 18. The Senate PASSED the bill on a 17-7 Roll Call vote on 4/26. see SJ 14 audioFrom HC 7: The majority of the committee said an accident caused by mishandling years ago seemed to be the reason for singling out this firework, and came up with an amendment that would increase the handling of this firework by including a rocket launcher, or proof of one, in all rocket purchases. They then voted the bill Ought to Pass, 12-8. The minority said the safety measures weren't sufficient to justify repeal of the prohibitionm noted that the sale and use of bottle rockets has been opposed by the N.H. Fire Marshal and the N.H. Department of Safety as well as some medical professionals because of the hazards they present.
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4HB1453 texteliminating the traffic safety commission.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven SmithCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment 2018-0428h- for 03/06/2018 (Vote 13-0; CC) HC 9 P. 33. The House PASSED the bill with the amendment on a Voice vote on 3/6. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 03/29. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 04/05 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. See Senate Journal 11.
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4HB1454 texteliminating the commission to study recommendations of the National Transportation Safety Board.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven SmithCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 13-0; see HC 9 P. 33. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 3/6. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 03/29. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 04/05 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5.
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4HB1517 textrelative to vehicle inspection failures for rust.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven Smith , Alfred Baldasaro, Werner Horn, Ruth Ward, Victoria Sullivan, Douglas Thomas, Jess Edwards, Sean Morrison, Peter TorosianCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass for 03/06/2018 (Vote 15-0; CC) HC 9 P. 33. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 3/6. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 3/27. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 4/5 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5.
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4HB1731relative to regulating bicycles and requiring that driver's license applicants be informed of and examined on laws relating to bicyclists rights and safety.Sponsors: (Prime) Mark MacKenzie , David Luneau, Patricia Higgins, Bob Rimol, David WoolpertCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2017-0271h (NT) for the 02/07 Houe session. The vote was 15-0; see HC 5 P. 17. The House PASSED the bill with amendment 0271h on a Voice vote on 2/8. The bill crossed over to the Senate. A public hearing was cancelled. The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass for the 04/05 Senate sesson; see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. See SJ 11. See HC 5 concerning an amendment to the bill (0271h) by the committee that replaces the original bill.
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4HB1615 textrelative to speed limits in work zones.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven Smith , Timothy Soucy, James Grenier, Skip Rollins, Thomas Walsh, Skip Cleaver, John O'ConnorCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass for 03/06/2018 (Vote 15-0; CC) HC 9 P. 33. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 3/6. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a Public Hearing on 4/17. The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass for the 4/26 Senate session; see SC 18. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice Vote on 4/26. See SJ 14.
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4HB1421 textrelative to regulations for event tents.Sponsors: (Prime) Scott Wallace , Daniel Itse, Regina Birdsell, David Welch, John BurtCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with an amendment - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 18-0; see HC 9 P. 19. The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 0849h on a Voice vote on 03/06. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 03/21. Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 04/05 Senate session. see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. See SJ 11audio
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4HB1575 textpermitting hunting with an air rifle.Sponsors: (Prime) James Spillane , Andy Sanborn, Daniel Itse, Jeanine Notter, Raymond Howard, John Reagan, Josh MooreCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment 0594h - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 17-0; see HC 9 P. 25 . The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 0594h on a Voice vote on 3/6. The bill crossed over to the Senate. The public hearing was held on 03/27. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 04/05 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. See SJ 11. Enrolled Bill Amendment #2018-1497e was Adopted on a Voice vote on 4/12; see SJ 13 audio
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4HB1467 textrelative to the penalty for driving after revocation or suspension.Sponsors: (Prime) Sandra KeansCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0479h forthe 02/22 House session. The vote was 12-7; see HC 7 P. 16. The House PASSED the bill with an amendment on a Voice vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a Public Hearing on 4/10. The Committee Report is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 5/2 Senate Session. The vote was 5-0; see SC 19. The Senate Voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice Vote on 5/2; see SJ 15. audio
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4HB1651 textestablishing a committee to study the use of liquid de-icers on roads.Sponsors: (Prime) Thomas Walsh , Sherman PackardCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass for the 2/7 House session. The vote was 15-0; see HC 5 P. 17. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 2/8. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing. Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1163s, for the 04/05 Senate session. The Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-1163s on a Voice vote on 4/5; see SJ 11audioHC 5: This bill would establish a committee to study the effect of liquid de-icers on roads and vehicles. The committee heard testimony concerning the use of de-icers on roads and the resulting corrosion of vehicles.
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4SB590(New Title) making a supplemental appropriation to the state loan repayment program and relative to emergency involuntary admissions, the child protection act, and the developmental disabilities wait list and making appropriations therefor. Jeb Bradley, Mariellen MacKay, James Gray, David Watters, Dan Feltes, Martha Fuller Clark, Cindy Rosenwald, Kevin Avard, Sharon Carson, David Danielson roll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingThe Senate PASSED the bill on a 23-0 Roll call vote on 3/22; see SJ 10 The bill crossed over to the House. There was a Public Hearing on 4/3. There were 3 Division III Work Sessions. There was a Public hearing on amendment #2018-1487h on 04/17 and Work Sessions on 4/20 and 4/24. There was an Executive Session on 4/25.
The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1705h at the 5/2 House Session; The vote was 22-4; see HC 17 P. 22. The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 1705h on a 315-14 Roll Call vote on 5/3. The Senate Voted to Concur with House Amendment 1705h.
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4SB592This bill: Establishes an excess appropriation allocation account in the department of health and human services for the biennium ending June 30, 2019 and authorizes the department to fund certain positions through a combination of federal funds and funds from the account.Community Safety & Well BeingThe Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-0992s on a Voice vote on 3/14. The bill was Referred to the Finance Committee. The Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1153s. The Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-1153s on a Voice vote on 3/22, See SJ 10. The bill crossed over to the House and was referred to the Finance Committee. There was a Public Hearing on 4/3. There were Division III Work Sessions on 4/6, 4/11, 4/16 and 4/24. There was an Executive Session on 4/25. Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1704h for 05/02 House Session. The vote was 23-0; see HC 17 P. 22 . The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 1704h on a Voice Vote on 5/3. audio
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4HB1753This bill:Sponsors: (Prime) Dan HynesCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass with an amendment - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 16-3; see HC 9 P. 12. The House PASSED the bill with Amendment 0604h on a Voice vote on 03/06. The bill crossed over to the Senate. The public hearing was held on 3/27. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1426s at the 4/19 Senate session; SC 17 . The Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-1426s on a Voice vote on 4/19; see SJ 13 audio
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4SB499 textSponsors: (Prime) Harold Frenchroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0957s for the 03/15 Senate session. The Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-0957s on a 20-4 roll call vote on 3/15. See Senate Journal 8. The bill crossed over to the House. The public hearing was held on 4/3. The Majority Committee Report is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 4/19 House session. The vote was 13-6; see HC 15 P. 11. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 209-122 Roll Call vote on 4/19. audio
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4SB489 textI. Establishes an excess appropriation allocation account in the department of health and human services for the biennium ending June 30, 2019 and authorizes the department to fund certain positions through a combination of federal funds and funds from the account.Sponsors: (Prime) Kevin AvardCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0514s, for the 02/15 Senate session; see Senate Calendar 7. The Senate PASSED the bill with an amendment on a Voice vote on 2/15. See Senate Journal 4. The bill crossed over to the House. A public hearing was held on 3/27. Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-1395h at the 4/19 House session. The vote was 13-0; see HC 15 P. 3 The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 209-122 roll call vote on 4/19.audio
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4SB522 textrelative to alteration of speed limits.Sponsors: (Prime) Martha Fuller ClarkCommunity Safety & Well BeingThe Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment 2018-0759s - for the 03/08 Senate session. The vote was 5-0; see Senate Calendar 9 . The Senate PASSED the bill with Amendment 2018-0759s on a Voice vote on 3/8. See Senate Journal 6. The bill crossed over to the House. The public hearing was held on 4/3. There was an Executive Session on the bill on 4/17. Majority Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 4/26 House Session. The vote was 8-7; see HC 16 P. 15. The House Voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 177-117 Division vote on 4/26.audio
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4HB1676 textrepealing the licensing requirement for open-air shows and repealing the laws related to the keeping of billiard tables.Sponsors: (Prime) Brandon PhinneyCommunity Safety & Well BeingMajority Committee Report: Ought to Pass for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 12-7; see HC 7 P. 18. The House PASSED the bill on a 193-132 Division vote on 2/22. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 3/21. The Committee Report is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for the 4/5 Senate session. See Senate Calendar 15. The Senate Voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 4/5. See SJ 11. audio
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4HB1455 textrelative to vehicle operation at uncontrolled intersections.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven Smith , Douglas ThomasCommunity Safety & Well BeingCommittee Report: Ought to Pass for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 16-0; see HC 5 P. 16. The House PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 2/8. The bill crossed over to the Senate. There was a public hearing on 3/20. The Committee Report is that the bill Ought to Pass, for the 04/05 Senate session. See SC 15. The Senate PASSED the bill on a Voice vote on 4/5. See SJ 11.
audioHC 5: This bill corrects an omission in the law concerning rules of the road, and puts into statute how vehicles are to yield at intersections where a traffic control device is not operational.
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4SB526 textMOVE UP This bill requires schools to make at least one free or reduced cost meal available to children who meet federal eligibility guidelines. The bill also directs the department of education to request an appropriation sufficient to provide a free breakfast to students eligible for reduced cost meals.Martha Fuller Clark, Mary Gile, Dan Feltes, Daniel Eaton, Donald LeBrun, Martha Hennessey, Mary Jane Wallnerroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingISThe Committee Report was that the bill Ought to Pass with Amendment #2018-0962s for the 3/8 Senate session. See Senate Calendar 10A. The Senate PASSED the bill with two amendments: 2018-0962s, and 2018-1028s, on a roll call vote on 3/8, and the bill was then referred to the Finance Committee. See Senate Journal 6. The Finance Committee Report was that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate for the 03/21 Senate session; see SC 13. The Senate TABLED the bill on a 13-10 roll call vote on 3/22.audio
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4HB1214 textprohibiting the sale of certain furniture with flame retardant chemicals.Sponsors: (Prime) Gene Chandler , Lou D'Allesandro, David Watters, Jeffrey Goley, Sharon Carson, Jeb Bradley, Mindi MessmerCommunity Safety & Well BeingISCommittee Report was to Refer the bill for Interim Study - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 20-0. See HC 9 P. 5. The House Referred the bill for Interim Study on a 175-160 Division vote on 03/22.
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4HB1556 textrelative to licensing requirements for barbers, cosmetologists, estheticians, and licensed nursing assistants.Sponsors: (Prime) Lynne Ober , Sharon Carson, John Reagan, J. Tracy Emerick, Peter Spanos, Carol McGuire, Mariellen MacKayCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate-  for the 03/06 House session.  HC 9 P. 20. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1507 textrelative to state inspection of new motor vehicles.Sponsors: (Prime) James Spillane , John Reagan, Harold French, Carol McGuire, Brian SeaworthCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report is that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 15-4; see HC 9 P. 77 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/21.
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4HB1328This bill changes motor vehicle inspection from every year to every two years, and raises inspection sticker fee from $3.25 to $6.50. Sponsors: (Prime) Glen Dickeyroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLThe Committee Report was that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 11-4. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a roll call vote on 2/15. 
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4HB1419 textrelative to biennial motorcycle inspections.Sponsors: (Prime) Werner Horn , Alfred Baldasaro, James Spillane, Leonard Turcotte, Andrew ProutCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 15-4; see  HC 9 P. 49. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1339 textrelative to motorist duties when approaching highway emergencies.Sponsors: (Prime) Peter SchmidtCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for 03/06 House session. The vote was 15-0; see HC 9 P. 32. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1255 textrelative to the state fire code.Sponsors: (Prime) Steven BeaudoinCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 17-1; see HC 9 P. 19. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1259 texthis bill requires passenger restraint use by all motor vehicle operators and passengers unless specifically exempt by law.Sponsors: (Prime) Mary Jane Mulligan , Richard Abel, David Doherty, Martha Hennessey, Timothy Horrigan, Charlotte DiLorenzo, Kate Murrayroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingTCommittee Report: the bill Ought to Pass with an amendment - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 14-3; see HC 9 P. 70. The House TABLED the bill on a 195-126 roll call vote on 03/15.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIxEinS0yR4
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4HB1794requiring a portion of rental fees for canoes, kayaks, and personal watercraft to be deposited in the fish and game search and rescue fund.Sponsors: (Prime) Jonathan Manley , Richard McNamara, Roger DontonvilleCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 18-0; see HC 5 P. 9. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/8.
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4HB1350 textrequiring headlight use when windshield wipers are in use.Sponsors: (Prime) Herbert Richardson , Shannon ChandleyCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is nexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session, The vote was 10-3; see HC 9 P. 48. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1318 textrelative to permits required for certain fires.Sponsors: (Prime) John Burt , Jeanine Notter, Ed Comeau, Chris True, David Welch, Kenneth Weyler, Alfred Baldasaro, Michael Sylvia, Josh MooreCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 17-2; see HC 9 P. 28. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6.
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4HB1607 textrelative to the appointment of a receiver for properties which are a threat to health and safety.Sponsors: (Prime) Raymond Gagnon , John Cloutier, Francis Gauthier, Martha HennesseyCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate for 03/06 House session. (Vote 19-1;) see HC 9 P. 8 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/6
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4HB1514 textrelative to shelter-in-place orders.Sponsors: (Prime) Keith Ammon , J.R. Hoell, Werner Horn, Brian Stoneroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLMajority Committee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for 03/06 House session. The vote was 14-6; see HC 9 P. 50 . The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 236-92 roll call vote on 03/06.
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4HB1632 textrelative to the labeling of bottled water.Sponsors: (Prime) Mindi Messmer , Valerie Fraser, Pamela Gordon, James McConnell, Chuck Grassieroll callCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for 03/06 House session. The vote was 17-1; see HC 9 P. 8. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a 216-113 roll call vote on 03/22.
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4HB1375 textrepealing the prohibition on inhaling toxic vapors for effect.Sponsors: (Prime) Brandon Phinney , James McConnellCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/07 House session. The vote was 18-0; see HC 5 P. 9. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on 2/8 on a Voice vote.
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4HB1646 textrequiring reports of dropped cell phone calls by carriers.Sponsors: (Prime) Mindi Messmer , James McConnell, Pamela Gordon, Henry Marsh, Tamara Le, Ellen Read, Chuck GrassieCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for the 02/22 House session. The vote was 19-0; see HC 7 P. 12. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote, on 2/22.From HC 7: The committee finds that the bill is well intentioned but realizes that wireless calls are dropped for a variety of reasons. These include conditions such as lack of coverage, problems in placing new towers, and the age of some cell phones. Giving a state regulatory body tracking authority, within an industry that is regulated at the federal level, is without merit.
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4HB1742relative to food service licensure inspections.Sponsors: (Prime) Kenneth Weyler , Donald LeBrun, John O'ConnorCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report was that the bill is Inexpedient to Legislate - for the 03/06 House session. The vote was 13-1; see HC 9 P. 23. The House voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 3/06.
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4SB523requiring public school students to receive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator device.Sponsors: (Prime) Martha HennesseyCommunity Safety & Well BeingITLCommittee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate, for the 02/22 Senate session; see SC 8. The Senate voted that the bill was Inexpedient to Legislate on a Voice vote on 2/22. See Senate Journal 5. audio
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