NH Bill Actions

You can take action on state bills during the committee hearings during the winter/spring of 2023.  See below for a suggested list of bills to support or oppose and instructions on how to do so.  The list is updated weekly.

1. NH Bills of Interest

More than 75 Bills Followed In the 2023 Session! Thanks to all who have had their voices heard!!!

IMPORTANT: To view the entire spreadsheet below, 

hover over the spreadsheet and then click the small grey box with the arrow at the top right.

NH Bills of Interest

2. How to Submit Your Position on a Bill Online

Refer to the "NH Bills of Interest" table above for specific bill numbers, hearing dates, and committee names needed to submit your position for a given bill.  

You may optionally submit written testimony for a bill.  Follow the instructions provided on the web page.


Pick a bill from the table above.  Information you'll need about the bill (committee name, hearing date, bill number) is provided there.  Then browse to the appropriate Online Testimony Submission page:

House Online Testimonygencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/remotetestimony/default.aspx 

Senate Online Testimonygencourt.state.nh.us/remotecommittee/senate.aspx

3.  How to Email Written Testimony on a Bill to Committee Members

In addition to submitting written input online (Step 4 above), you can email the Committee members.  You can find the members of a committee listed with contact information on the committee pages.  Start at the committee's page:


Click on the committee name of interest to get to the committee page, then click on "Email All Committee Members" on that page.


From there, click on "Email Entire Committee" for the committee of interest.

Put "Testimony", the Bill Number, a few words about it, and 'oppose' or 'support' in the Subject.  Be respectful, courteous, and concise in your message for the best results.

4How to Testify on a Bill in Person at a Committee Hearing

Sample Testimony - NH Network Members - January 18, 2022

Bonnie Christie spoke about Extended Producer Responsibility and her part starts at about 26:15.  Rep. Parshall Spoke first and then Lee Oxenham, also a bill sponsor, spoke just before her. 

Currently, testimony can only be done in person.  There are ongoing efforts to re-instate the option of online testimony.


Senate: https://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/senate/committees/senate_committees.aspx

5General Court Resources

Check to see if your Representatives are showing up to vote and how they voted on roll call votes on the House or Senate floor, find bill details, and access hearing and floor vote schedules:

6. Prior NH Bills of Interest: 2022

Summary of NH Bills of Interest
2022 NH Bills of Interest