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Proposed New Hampshire Firearm Legislation SB203

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Legislation Overview

Title: Relative to permissible uses of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards.

Description: Relative to permissible uses of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards.

Session: 2014 Regular Session

Last Action: Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-0)

Last Action Date: October 31, 2014

Sponsors

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14 sponsors: Jeanie Forrester; Sam Cataldo;Roderick Ladd;Sharon Carson; Bob Odell; Herbert Vadney;Jeb Bradley;Jim Rausch; Gene Chandler; Chuck Morse; John Reagan;Donald LeBrun;David Boutin;Nancy Stiles;

Percentage of Senate sponsoring bill: 58% (14 of 24)

History
Chamber Date Action
House Oct 31, 2014 Interim Study Report: Recommended For Future Legislation (Vote 15-0)
House Sep 9, 2014 Executive Session: 10/15/2014 9:30 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Sep 5, 2014 Interim Study - Subcommittee Work Session: 9/17/2014 2:30 PM Legislative Office Building 205
House Sep 4, 2014 Interim Study - Subcommittee Work Session: 9/11/2014 11:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Sep 4, 2014 ===CANCELLED=== Work Session: 9/9/2014 11:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Sep 4, 2014 Interim Study - Subcommittee Work Session: 9/9/2014 11:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Jun 4, 2014 Interim Study - Subcommittee Work Session: 6/10/2014 11:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House May 21, 2014 Interim Study - Subcommittee Work Session: 6/3/2014 2:00 PM Legislative Office Building 205
House May 7, 2014 Refer to Interim Study Motion Adopted Regular Calendar 188-161
House May 1, 2014 Minority Committee Report: Ought to Pass
House May 1, 2014 Majority Committee Report: Refer to Interim Study (Vote 12-4; Regular Calendar); House Calendar 34
House Apr 18, 2014 Executive Session: 4/29/14 10:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Mar 27, 2014 Public Hearing: 4/15/2014 11:00 Amendment Legislative Office Building 205
House Mar 20, 2014 Introduced and Referred to Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Ought to Pass with Amendment 0877s, Motion Adopted, Regular Calendar 20Y-3N; OT3rdg; Senate Journal 7
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Committee Amendment 0877s, Amendment Adopted, Voice Vote
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Special Ordered to the call of the Chair, Without Objection, Motion Adopted
Senate Mar 5, 2014 Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2014-0877s, 3/13/14; Senate Calendar 9
Senate Jan 29, 2014 Hearing: 2/4/14, Room 103, State House, 1:45 p.m.; Senate Calendar 5
Senate Dec 11, 2013 Introduced 1/8/2014 and Referred to Finance
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Amended May 19, 2014 state link bill text
Amended Mar 14, 2014 state link bill text
Introduced Dec 11, 2013 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes - Click on description to view vote roll call

Ought to Pass with Amendment

Interim Study

Link: link to state bill page

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