Sponsored Bills

Bills Sponsored by Cheshire District 12, New Hampshire State, Representative Dick Thackston

Bill Bill Name Summary Progress
HB1125 Relative to requiring public notice and comment at all county commissioner and delegation meetings. This bill requires public notice and comment at all county commissioner and delegation meetings. Crossed Over
HB1270 Relative to protective custody statutes. This bill repeals contact requirements imposed upon local jails and county correctional facilities before lodging an individual incapacitated by either alcohol or drugs in the local jail or county correctional facility in protective custody. Passed
HB1311 Relative to school district collection development and reconsideration policies. This bill requires school boards to adopt policies governing library media collections and the reconsideration of library materials. Crossed Over
HB1416 Relative to prohibiting parking of non-electric vehicles in spaces designated for charging electric vehicles. This bill prohibits parking of non-electric vehicles in spaces designated for charging electric vehicles. In Committee
HB1460 Relative to the sale of county property. This bill requires counties to assess county-owned real estate before any sale, transfer, or lease, and establishes certain notice requirements. In Committee
HB1666 Relative to income reporting requirements for lobbyists. This bill requires lobbyists to identify clients and income received from lobbying activity. The bill also authorizes the secretary of state to enforce lobbyist statement requirements. Crossed Over
SB399 Relative to insurance coverage for blood testing associated with elevated lead levels. This bill provides that health insurance coverage for blood lead testing shall not be subject to a co-payment, deductible, or coinsurance. The bill also requires coverage for follow-up blood testing that is necessary to complete the preventive screening when the initial blood testing indicates an elevated blood lead level or is inconclusive. Crossed Over
SB480 Relative to the regulation of real estate practice. This bill establishes a definition for "post licensing". This bill further allows for inactive real estate licenses, provides requirements for those with an inactive license, and provides for a process for reinstatement of those licenses. Crossed Over