Legislative Review Page - Clerk

Below you will find Legislative House and Senate Bills pertaining to Clerk related issues. Click on the House or Senate Bill number to go the State of New Hampshire Bill Status page. Also on this page you will find links to view the full text of the bill and docket information.

If the status of a Bill is not listed on our page, it is still in the legislative process and will require that you look to the State site for further information relative to its disposition. Our page will only indicate if the Bill has been adopted or defeated. 

Bill Number

Description of legislative initiative

HB1578 relative to record keeping for sold or transferred animals
HB1178 relative to the sale and transfer of animals from animal shelters
HB1179  relative to health certificates for transferred animals
HB1106 relative to disqualification of moderators 
HB1568  relative to service animals
HB1121 repealing the duty of assessors to compile a list of dogs in the town
HB1261 increasing the fee charged for delivery of notice of civil forfeiture of an unlicensed dog
HB1225 adding the choice of "none of the above" to state election ballots
HB1459 relative to domicile for voting purposes during a temporary absence
HB1460 relative to the date of appointment of inspectors of election
HB1462 relative to electioneering by public employees
HB1470 relative to quorums for meetings under the right-to-know law
HB1505 requiring college identification cards to indicate whether the student is an in-state or out-of-state student
HB1225 making students whose name appears on the voter checklist eligible for in-state tuition rates at schools in the university system of New Hampshire
HB1506 relative to student identification cards used to satisfy voter identification requirements
HB1591 establishing the right-to-know grievance commission
HB1492 relative to the issuance of fines for unlicensed dogs
HB1167 permitting the retirement system to access death, marriage, and divorce records of the division of vital records administration for the administration of RSA 100-A
HB1153 allowing public bodies or agencies to require a deposit for right-to-know requests
HB1619 prohibiting the acquisition, collection, or retention of certain information
HB1317 relative to access to ballots
HB1322 relative to the definition of "party" for election purposes
HB1337 relative to authority for removal of political advertising
HB1338 relative to appointment of inspectors of election by selectmen
HB1545 relative to voting booths
HB1547 authorizing voters to remove their names from the checklist
HB1550 permitting the audio and video recording of a public official while in the course of his or her official duties
HB1605 relative to audit recounts
SB201 relative to marriage registration forms
SB206 relative to proof of identity by voters
SB272 relative to notice of voter registration.
SB273 relative to information in the statewide centralized voter registration database
SB274 relative to the form of a candidate's name on a ballot
SB275 relative to refusal to certify an absentee ballot application
SB276 relative to notifying a UOCAVA voter of an invalid absentee ballot application
SB277 relative to absentee voter registration
SB278 relative to the absentee voter website 
SB279 relative to challenges of voters
SB280 relative to absentee voters
SB228  relative to notice of changes to zoning and historic districts 
CACR15  relating to elections. Providing that certain persons may vote in primaries prior to turning 18 years of age
SB183 relative to proof of identity by voters
HB1156 making certain changes to the right-to-know law