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Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
March 27, 2014 NH SB 329 Repeals the Prohibition on Alcoholic Beverage Billboard Advertisements "Ought to Pass" Report Adopted - Senate (13 - 11)
March 27, 2014 NH SB 366 Authorizes Casino Gaming Bill Passed - Senate (15 - 9)
March 25, 2014 NH SB 413 Expands Medicaid Eligibility Bill Passed - House (202 - 132)
March 12, 2014 NH Amdt 916h Exempts Individuals Convicted of Capital Murder from the Death Penalty Amendment Rejected - House (85 - 245)
March 12, 2014 NH HB 1601 Requires the Use of Headlights of a Motor Vehicle During Certain Conditions Bill Failed - House (151 - 182)
March 12, 2014 NH HB 1403 Increases Minimum Wage Bill Passed - House (173 - 118)
March 12, 2014 NH HB 1625 Classifies Personal Possession of Marijuana as a Civil Violation Bill Passed - House (215 - 92)
March 12, 2014 NH HB 1170 Repeals the Death Penalty Bill Passed - House (225 - 104)
March 6, 2014 NH SB 413 Expands Medicaid Eligibility Bill Passed - Senate (18 - 5)
March 5, 2014 NH HB 1509 Requires Non-Profit Organizations to Pay Business Enterprise Tax "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House (173 - 163)
Jan. 30, 2014 NH SB 217 Prohibits Employees from Being Required to Join a Labor Union Bill Failed - Senate (11 - 13)
Jan. 15, 2014 NH HB 492 Authorizes the Recreational Use of Marijuana Bill Passed - House (170 - 162)
Jan. 8, 2014 NH HB 544 Expands Medicaid Eligibility Bill Passed - House (182 - 154)

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