Current Bills of Interest

Current Bills of Interest

These were the bills of interest for the 2019 legislative season. Click on the Bill subject category to see the list of bills in further detail, with notes on NH Audubon’s position regarding each bill.


Check back for the 2020-2021 Bills of Interest.

Energy/Climate Change

HB156 – passed the House
HB157 – dead
HB166 – passed the House
HB183 – passed the House
HB238 – dead
HB247
HB318 – dead
HB365 – passed the House
HB413 – passed the House
HB464
HB466 – passed the House
HB477 – dead
HB496 – passed the House
HB562 – passed the House
HB568 – passed the House
HB715
HB735
HJR2 – passed the House
SB013
SB072
SB075
SB076 – passed the Senate
SB122 – passed the Senate
SB124
SB159
SB165
SB166
SB167
SB168
SB205
SB286 – passed the Senate
SB307 – passed the Senate

Wildlife/Fisheries

HB138 – passed the House
HB281 – passed the House
SB074
SB200
SB269 – passed the Senate

Water/Wetlands

HB137 – passed the House
HB325 – passed the House
HB326 – passed the House
HB443 – passed the House
HB475 – passed the House
HB543
HB625
HB682
SB164 – passed the Senate

Pesticides

HB646 – passed the House

Plastics

HB102
HB617 – passed the House

OHRVs

NONE

Transportation

SB221 – passed the Senate
SB275 – passed the Senate

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