Legislative Update Week of April 29th, 2024

Tuesday, April 30th, N.H. Senate
LOB, Room 101

⭐ 9:10 a.m. – SUPPORT –HB1312

This bill requires that parents be notified of any curriculum in public schools about sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression.🔗 Click here to register your disposition.
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Wednesday, May 1st, N.H. Senate
Health and Human Services
LOB, Room 101

⭐ 10:00 a.m. – SUPPORT –HB 1669

This bill restricts the sharing of personally identifiable data from the state immunization registry with other organizations including other state registries. Please tell the committee to pass this common sense protection to personal privacy. 

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Thursday, May 2nd, N.H. House Session


I can’t often say this, but I stand corrected about the language to SB63. I previously wrote that the bill did nothing to practically limit the authority of health officers to make health ordinances, but I was wrong. Currently health officers have unlimited authority to make any ordinance they wish. This bill limits their ordinance authority to only “nuisances” and I now realize this term is pretty well defined in law. By passing this bill, health officers will no longer be able to make any ordinance in the next pandemic like we saw during Covid with mask mandates and such.

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⭐ SUPPORT  Amendment to SB417

RebuildNH does not have a position on the underlying bill itself, but the amendment to SB417 removes the sections we have been concerned about for months that could limit due process for parents in regard to DCYF. Thank you to the members of House Children and Family Law for listening and addressing our concerns. Please tell your representatives to support the amendment to SB417.

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