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HB 334 relative to the state's authority to prohibit or regulate firearms, firearms components, ammunition, or firearms supplies. Interim Study in Senate Senate Judiciary Study Committee   (Roll Calls)
HB 533-FN-LOCAL
Amended
establishing a cap on the amount of school building aid grants distributed in each fiscal year. Passed as Amended Committee of Conference
HB 542-FN (2011 session) relative to exceptions for objectionable material in public school courses.

Law

Veto Overridden   (Roll Calls)
HB 1146

requiring pupils to stand during the pledge of allegiance.

Killed in House House Constitutional Review & Statutory Recodification Committee
HB 1148 requiring the teaching of evolution as a theory in public schools. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1162 establishing a committee to study the effects of compulsory school attendance on children and families. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1163 Amendment relative to withholding union dues from wages. relative to disclosure of collective bargaining agency fees. Killed in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee 

HB 1167
Amended

repealing the 180 day school year requirement. relative to the calculation of days in the school year.

Killed in Senate

Senate Education Committee

HB 1206 Amended prohibiting the state from withholding union dues from the wages of state employees. relative to continuing obligations under expired public employee labor agreements. Tabled in Senate Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1268-FN requiring the department of education to reimburse the community colleges for the costs of providing remedial courses. Killed in House House Education Committee

HB 1269

relative to immunity from civil liability for sports officials. Killed in House House Judiciary Committee
HB 1292 requiring a 2/3 majority for borrowing by official ballot towns and school districts. Killed in House House Municipal and County Government Committee
HB 1323 requiring employers who offer benefits to full-time employees to offer benefits on a pro-rated basis to part-time employees. Killed in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1325
Amended
relative to school attendance by children of divorced parents. relative to legal residency requirements for purposes of school attendance for children of divorced parents and children whose parents share decision making responsibility pursuant to a parenting plan. Passed as Amended Committee of Conference
HB 1344 prohibiting public employees from being candidates for certain offices. Killed in House House Constitutional Review & Statutory Recodification Committee
HB 1360
Amended
 
relative to the rulemaking authority of the state board of education. Passed as Amended Senate Education Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1377
Amended
requiring postsecondary education institutions to compile and submit reports on remedial education courses. Interim Study in Senate Senate Education Committee
HB 1382 including parents in the approval process for alternative learning plans and requiring a truant officer to obtain a warrant or permission of a parent prior to returning a child to school. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1383
Amended
relative to residency status for the purpose of receiving in-state tuition status within the university system of New Hampshire. Passed as Amended Committee of Conference (Roll Calls)
HB 1403
Amended
allowing a parent or guardian to withdraw a child from a school district which adopts the international baccalaureate program. relative to providing pupils with curriculum and instruction regarding state and national sovereignty and establishing a committee to study the implementation of the International Baccalaureate program in New Hampshire. Killed in Senate Senate Education Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1413-FN directing New Hampshire to withdraw from the No Child Left Behind Act. Tabled in House House Education Committee
HB 1424-FN relative to a parent's conscientious objection to a school, school program, or school curriculum. Killed in House House Educaion Committee
HB 1427 relative to declaring that private contracting of governmental operations shall not be deemed an unfair labor practice. Killed in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1426-LOCAL relative to employer negotiations for health care coverage. Killed in House House Municipal and County Government Committee
HB 1433
Amended
relative to instruction for pupils on the issues of HIV, AIDS, and sexually transmitted diseases. Interim Study in Senate Senate Education Committee
HB 1456 relative to school district policies on health and sex education.  Committee Report not Signed Committee of Conference
HB 1457 relative to scientific inquiry in the public schools.  Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1460
Amended
establishing a committee to study additional public employee pension reforms. establishing a defined contribution retirement plan for public employees. Tabled in Senate
Statement
Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1461
Amended
requiring school officials to notify parents of a class or event involving an outside speaker and allowing parents to opt for their child not to participate in the class or event. Tabled in Senate Senate Education Committee
HB 1467 relative to educational requirements for teacher certification. Interim Study in House House Education Committee
HB 1473-FN-LOCAL relative to the calculation and distribution of adequate education grants. Interim Study in House House Special Committee on Education Funding Reform
HB 1483-FN
Amended
repealing the retirement system special account. Passed as Amended Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1485-FN-LOCAL relative to funding for chartered public schools established by the state board of education. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1506-FN relative to the right-to-know exemption for public employee personnel files.  Killed in House House Judiciary Committee 
HB 1513-FN changing the membership of the public employee labor relations board. Killed in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1516-FN-LOCAL relative to the instruction of English and mathematics for pupils in kindergarten through grade 3. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1517-FN-LOCAL prohibiting the state and any political subdivision from entering any agreement implementing any provision of the No Child Left Behind Act without prior approval of the general court.  Tabled in House House Education Committee
HB 1544-FN adding state and local government part-time and public employees to employees eligible to participate in the state group insurance coverage. Interim Study in House House Executive Departments and Administration Committee
HB 1570 relative to the duty of a public employee labor organization to represent employees who elect not to join or to pay dues or fees to the employee organization. Killed in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1574
Amended
relative to an employee's lunch or eating period. Killed in Senate Senate Commerce Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1575 relative to alternative course selections for certain pupils. Killed in House House Education Committee
HB 1583 relative to immunity for school personnel using reasonable force to protect a minor. Committee Report not Signed Committee of Conference
HB 1607-FN-LOCAL
Amended
establishing an education credit against the business profits tax. establishing an education tax credit. Passed as Amended Senate Education Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1637-LOCAL authorizing a school district which uses official ballot voting to conduct a special meeting necessitated by changes in adequate education funding. Interim Study in House House Education Committee
HB 1645-FN Amended prohibiting all public employees from participating in collective bargaining. relative to decertification of a bargaining unit. Interim Study in Senate Senate Commerce Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1663-FN-L relative to payment of union fees by non-members. Interim Study in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1677-FN relative to choice as to whether to join a labor union and eliminating the duty of a public employee labor organization to represent employees who elect not to join or to pay dues or fees to the employee organization. Tabled in Senate
Just the FACTS
Senate Commerce Committee (Roll Calls)
HB 1685-FN-LOCAL Amendment relative to collective bargaining under the public employee labor relations statutes. relative to public employee opt-outs from labor organization membership and dues payments. Tabled in House House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee
HB 1713-FN abolishing the department of education and transferring all functions, duties, and responsibilities to the commissioner of education and the state board of education. Killed in House House Education Committee
SB 228-FN-LOCAL repealing the assessments for excess benefits paid by employers in the retirement system.

Killed in Senate
(language added to HB 1483)

House Special Committee on Public Employee Pensions Reform
SB 229-FN
Amended
establishing a defined contribution retirement plan for public employees. establishing a commission to make recommendations on whether the New Hampshire retirement system should be replaced with a defined contribution plan for all new hires and to study the impact such change would have on the retirement system. Committee Report not Signed Committee of Conference
SB 230-FN relative to the calculation of average final compensation for certain retirement system members. Passed House Special Committee on Public Employee Pensions Reform
SB 244-FN
Amended
relative to the administration of the New Hampshire retirement system. Passed as Amended House Special Committee on Public Employee Pensions Reform
SB 246-FN relative to the calculation of employer assessments for excess retirement system benefits. Killed in Senate Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee
SB 372-FN-LOCAL
Amended
establishing an education credit against the business profits tax. establishing an education tax credit. Passed as Amended House Ways and Means Committee (Roll Calls)
CACR 6
Amended
a 3/5 vote is required to pass legislation imposing new or increased taxes or license fees, or to authorize the issuance of state bonds and providing that the general court shall appropriate funds for payment of interest and installments of principle of all state bonds. no budget bill containing an increase over the budget of the previous biennium greater than the rate of inflation shall become law without 3/5 approval of each house of the legislature. Failed Committee of Conference
CACR 8 the legislature shall have the power to authorize schools. Tabled in House House Education Committee (Roll Calls)
CACR 12
Amended
the general court shall have the authority to define standards for public education, establish standards of accountability, mitigate local disparities in educational opportunity and fiscal capacity, and have full discretion to determine the amount of state funding for education. the legislature shall have the full power and authority and the responsibility to define standards for public education, establish standards of accountability, mitigate local disparities in educational opportunity and fiscal capacity, and have full power and authority to determine the amount of state funding for public education.

Failed

Committee of Conference (Roll Calls)
CACR 31 parents have the natural right to control the health, education, and welfare of their children. Killed in House House Children and Family Law Committee (Roll Calls)

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