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Legislative Description

Committee
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NEA-NH Position

HB1188 Relative to paycheck equity Senate Commerce Support
HB1200 Relative to student social media policies by educational institutions Senate Health, Education & Human Services Support
HB1238 Relative to access to assessment materials Senate Health, Education & Human Services Oppose
HB1243 Relative to the confidentiality of criminal background checks of school employees and volunteers. Senate Health, Education & Human Services Support
HB1317 Relative to driver education Senate Transportation Oppose
HB1321 Relative to reporting of Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery scores. Senate Health, Eucation & Human Services Support
HB1392-FN-L Removing the restrictions on the number of pupils eligible to transfer to a chartered public school Senate Health, Education & Human Services Oppose
HB1403FN Establishing a state minimum hourly wage. Senate Finance Support
HB1407 Relative to privacy in the workplace Senate Commerce Support
HB1447 Prohibiting discrimination in educational standards for certain students Senate Health, Education & Human Services Support
HB1488-FN New Title) establishing the New Hampshire program on educational support for military children Senate Health, Education & Human Services Support
HB1587-FN-L Relative to the collection and disclosure of student data. Senate Health, Education & Human Services Support
SB207-FN Relative to paycheck equity House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Support
SB343 (New Title) relative to the duties of the statewide education improvement and assessment program legislative oversight committee and repealing the school administrative unit legislative oversight committee. House Education Support as Amended
SB355 relative to access to social media by educational institutions. House Education Support

 

Legislative Hearing Schedule

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Tuesday, April 15

10:00 AM

SB 355, relative to access to social media by educational institutions.  Education, LOB 207.  Public Hearing.

Thursday, April 17

10:00 AM SB 343, (New Title) relative to the duties of the statewide education improvement and assessment program legislative oversight committee and repealing the school administrative unit legislative oversight committee.  Education, LOB 207.  Subcommittee Work Session.

 

Bills with Disposition

Legislation No. (link to text)

Legislative Description

Committee
(link to bill status)

NEA-NH Position

Disposition

HB1101-FN Relative to the overpayments by the retirment system and establishing a committee to study the policies of the retirement system for benefits wrongly paid. Executive Departments & Administration Oppose Killed in House
HB1105-FN Relative to aid to school districts for costs of special education Finance Support Killed in House
HB1114-FN Relative to limits on state expendidtures for school building aid Finance Support Killed in House
HB1126 Establishing a committee to study alternative public employee retirement plans Executive Departments & Administration Oppose Killed in House
HB1191 Establishing a commission to study manufacturing education in New Hampshire Education Support Killed in House
HB1207 Relative to identification of the sources of legislative bill proposals Legislative Administration Support Killed in House
HB1208 Relative to the number of first-year college students from New Hampshire high schools required to take remedial classes Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1212 Relative to social media privacy in higher education Education Support Killed in House
HB1228 Establishing a commission to investigate the procedure for collective bargaining Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Support Killed in House
HB1239 Relative to Implementation of new educational standards Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1247 Requiring the department of education to share costs of implementing statewide online assessment technology requirements Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1262 Relative to student assessment data privacy Education Oppose Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1377 authorizing conferral of degrees by private entities. Education

Oppose

Killed in House
HB1393-FN-L Relative to tuition payments for students attending a chartered public school in the students's district of residence. Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1399-FN Relative to the application for a vested deferred retirement allowance in the retirement system Executive Departments & Administration Oppose Laid on Table in House
HB1432 Delaying thge implementation of certain statewide assessments and studying the effects of delaying implementation of certain curriculum changes in the public schools Education Oppose Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1433 authorizing the community college system to waive tuition and fees for employees and employees' dependents. Education Support Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1440-FN Including the writing, promoting, or distribution of model legislation to elected officials as lobbying and requiring disclodure of scholarship funds, money, or other financial support recieved from such lobbyists by elected officials Legislative Administration Support Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1445-FN Relative to providing an education plan for certain students upon request of a parent or gaurdian Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1496 Relative to the objectivity and validity of student assesment materials Education Oppose Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1508-FN terminating state participation in the common core educational standards. Education Oppose Killed in House
HB1586-FN relative to student and teacher information protection and privacy. Education Oppose Sent to Interim Study in House
HB1588-FN requiring suicide prevention education in schools. Education Support Killed in House
SB217-FN Prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union Finance Oppose Killed in Senate
SB322 relative to the renomination of teachers. Health, Education and Human Services Support Killed in Senate
SB364 This bill increases group II service retirement allowances for members who commenced service on or after January 1, 2012. The bill also establishes a supplemental savings plan within the retirement system, administrated by the board of trustees. Executive Departments & Administration Support Killed in Senate

 

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