Legislative Review Page - Police

Below you will find Legislative House and Senate Bills pertaining to Police 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
 HB153 requiring a manslaughter charge for heroin and fentanyl dealers when the user dies
 HB201 requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales
 HB154 relative to interference with traffic devices
 HB84 relative to carrying a loaded rifle, shotgun, or crossbow in a vehicle or boat
 LSR44 relative to van parking for persons with disabilities
 HB90 relative to eligibility for limited driving privilege after revocation or suspension
 LSR69 relative to the penalties for possession of marijuana
 HB205 relative to flying a drone above a correctional facility
 LSR71 permitting qualifying patients to cultivate cannabis for thier own therapeutic use
 LSR72 applying the rape shield law to all state courts
 HB94 prohibiting certain defenses in prostitution and human trafficking cases
 LSR101 limiting the use of cell site simulator devices by law enforcement agencies
 HB97 relative to the use of drones
 HB98 relative to brewpub licenses
 LSR109 relative to false reports of emergencies
 HB157 adding chronic pain to qualifying conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis
 HB158 adding opoid addiction to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis
 HB159 adding fibromyalgia to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis
 HB160 adding post-traumatic stress disorder to qualifying medical conditions under therapeutic use of cannabis
 LSR124 establishing a controlled substances scientific review board
 LSR152 relative to marijuana sales
 LSR191 repealing the loitering restrictions on premises of liquor licensees
 LSR194 repealing electronic warrants
 HB214 repealing prohibitions on electronic device usage while driving
 LSR204 allowing online gambling
 HB164 relative to poker in private residences
 HB106 relative to corroborating evidence in sexual assault prosecutions
 HB171 prohibiting the state or its political subdivisions from assisting a federal agency in the collection of electronic data without a warrant
 HB222 relative to the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes
 HB151 relative to industrial hemp as a controlled substance
 LSR328 relative to requirements for certain alcoholic beverage licenses
 HB227 relative to after market tinting on side windows
 HB228 relative to transportation of alcoholic beverages by a minor
 LSR343 relative to equipment waivers for after market tinting
 LSR352 expanding the right-to-know law to certain motor vehicle records
 LSR375 relative to enforcement of parking prohibitions
 LSR378 relative to motorized scooters and wheelchairs operating on public streets
 HB234 relative to alteration of speed limits
 LSR505 mandating the wearing of body cameras by certain law enforcement
 LSR543 relative to the legalization and regulation of marijuana
 HB193 relative to traffic control measures
 HB263 relative to facilities licenses for charitable gambling
 LSR633 relative to the authority of municipal law enforcement officers
 LSR682 relative to the enforcement authority of the liquor commission police
 HB283 defining bodily injury in the criminal code
 HB285 relative to the imposition of concurrent and consecutive sentences
 LSR113 prohibiting placement of certain persons with mental illness in the secure psychiatric unit, establishing a secure psychiatric hospital oversight commission, and appropriating funds to develop plans for a secure therapeutic psychiatric hospital facility
   
   
   
 LSR123 relative to hypodermic syringes and needles containing residual amounts of controlled drugs and authorizing the operation of syringe exchange programs in New Hampshire
 SB12 repealing the licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver
 LSR395 prohibtiting smoking in motor vehicles when a passenger under the age of 18 is in the vehicle
 SB20 relative to liquid chromatograph tests for intoxication
 LSR771 relative to chemical analyses of controlled drugs
 LSR778 removing the limitations on action for sexual assaults on victims under 18 years of age
 SB26 relative to the definition of "facility caregivers" under the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes law 
 LSR844 establishing a law enforcement telecommunications network
 LSR864 relative to the licensure of alcohol and drug counselors