June 30, 2023 •
New Hampshire Legislature Adjourns Sine Die
The House and Senate adjourned sine die on June 29 after passing legislation relating to the environment and elections.
House Bill 281 removes the requirement that small scale energy generators like solar farms be located in the same municipality as their customers.
Senate Bill 61 directs state regulators to develop new rules specific to the site where a landfill is proposed to keep landfills away from bodies of water.
Senate Bill 157 requires the secretary of state to conduct audits of a certain number of ballot counting machines after state primaries, general elections, and presidential primaries.
Lastly, Senate Bill 70 establishes an election information portal and allows grants to be given to cities and towns for the purchase of election equipment.
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