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NAIFA-NH Legislative Update - March 28, 2022

By NAIFA-New Hampshire on Mar 29, 2022 1:44:39 PM

The unofficial halftime of each legislative session is referred to as “Crossover”. This is the date by which the House must complete their work on Senate bills and the Senate must complete their work on House bills. Those bills which were passed by either the House or Senate crossover to the other body. The crossover date this year is March 31. The Legislature is scheduled to complete their work prior to Memorial Day. The second half of the legislative session will have a brisk pace since there will be a lot of issues remaining with not that much time to work.

Topics: Legislative & Regulatory New Hampshire

Governor's 2022 State of the State

By NAIFA-New Hampshire on Feb 22, 2022 3:28:40 PM

Last week, Governor Sununu delivered his "State of the State" address. His remarks focused on the progress the State has made with regard to COVID and the economy.

Topics: New Hampshire
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NAIFA-NH Legislative Update - December 2021

By NAIFA-New Hampshire on Dec 13, 2021 2:19:49 PM

The 2022 legislative session will begin during the first week of January. Due to the ongoing challenges associated with large group gatherings, the 400 member House will meet at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Manchester. The 24-member Senate will likely use the much larger House of Representatives Chamber within the State House to allow for their members to be further apart

Topics: Legislative & Regulatory New Hampshire
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Gov Chris Sununu to Seek Fourth term

By NAIFA-New Hampshire on Nov 11, 2021 1:41:53 PM

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu announced earlier this week he will not run for Senate next year, choosing rather to seek a fourth two-year term as governor.

"My responsibility is not to the gridlock and politics of Washington. It is to the citizens of New Hampshire.

Topics: New Hampshire

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