Sununu Signs 16 Bills, Vetoes 3, Including Voting Rights

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Gov. Chris Sununu is pictured in this file photo speaking with reporters.

Concord, NH – Please see below for a list of 16 bills that Governor Sununu signed into law Monday:

  • HB 175, relative to the requirements for school building aid grants
  • HB 368, relative to medically recognized disorders identified on drivers’ licenses
  • HB 534, relative to certain major state projects
  • HB 552, relative to transparency and standards for acquisition transactions in health care
  • HB 592, relative to OHRV operation and license
  • HB 605, relative to criminal penalties for possession, transfer, or manufacture of animal fighting paraphernalia with the intent to be present at, aiding in, or contributing to such fighting
  • HB 627, relative to exceptions from certain pharmacy requirements for veterinarians
  • HB 637, relative to criminal history background checks by employers and public agencies
  • SB 30, relative to the advisory board on services for children, youth, and families
  • SB 31, adding a member to the New Hampshire community development advisory committee and exempting the community development finance authority from the administrative procedure act
  • SB 43, establishing a commission to study barriers to increased land development in New Hampshire
  • SB 82, relative to school food and nutrition programs
  • SB 118, establishing a child fatality review committee
  • SB 120, relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program
  • SB 134, relative to the administration of the meals and rooms tax
  • SB 141, establishing a committee to study violence in schools

Please see below for a list of 3 bills that Governor Sununu vetoed today:

  • HB 105, relative to domicile residency, voter registration, and investigation of voter verification letters
  • HB 106, relative to the terms “resident,” “inhabitant,” “residence,” and “residency”
  • HB 326, relative to the definition of prime wetland

NOTE: Copies of the veto messages can be found here.

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