The following is a list of the scheduled meetings in the New Hampshire House on Wednesday, May 4, 2016.  Published as submitted by the Speaker’s Office.  ~ Melanie

School visits/Tours

9:00 AM – Concord High School (ELL students)

9:30 AM – Epping Elementary School

10:45 AM – Epping Elementary School



11:00 a.m.       Executive session on SB 403, relative to the sale of gift certificates with expiration dates; SB 405, making changes to the limited liability companies statutes; SB 411, relative to the merger of lots that are mortgaged; SB 417, relative to employment contract restrictions upon physicians; SB 532-FN, relative to prior authorization for substance abuse treatment.



10:00 a.m.       Executive session, if necessary, on SB 540-FN, (New Title) relative to the possession, use, or sale of kratom by any person under 18 years of age; SB 379, relative to additional tests to determine alcohol concentration.


FINANCE, Rooms 210-211, LOB

10:00 a.m.       Executive session on SB 302-FN-A, (New Title) making an appropriation to the department of safety for disaster and emergency response preparedness; SB 319-FN, relative to survivor benefits for families of police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty; SB 368-FN-A, making a capital appropriation for department of environmental services monitoring equipment; SB 406-FN, relative to classification of certain state employee positions; SB 409-FN, (New Title) relative to the first responder’s critical injury benefit and establishing a committee to study soft tissue injuries under workers’ compensation; SB 420-FN, relative to aid to the permanently and totally disabled; SB 444-FN, relative to lottery retailer incentive awards; SB 464-FN-A, (New Title) establishing a statewide drug offender grant program and making appropriations therefor, and relative to transferring certain revenues to the revenue stabilization reserve account; SB 466-FN, (New Title) relative to the detention of youthful offenders at the youth development center; SB 481-FN, (New Title) relative to a special health care service license and establishing a fund; SB 485-FN-A,establishing a state grant program to assist state and local law enforcement agencies in addressing the opioid crisis and making an appropriation therefor; SB 491-FN, (New Title) relative to Medicaid home health care services and relative to the scope of practice of licensed nursing assistants;SB 495-FN-A, relative to state retiree health plan costs and funding; SB 496-FN, relative to personal care attendant services; SB 500-FN, relative to student health insurance plans; SB 515-FN, relative to child neglect and other changes to the child protection act; SB 522-FN-A, (New Title) making an appropriation to the office of professional licensure and certification for technology upgrades for the controlled drug prescription health and safety program; SB 527-FN-A, making an appropriation to the police standards and training council, repealing the police standards and training council training fund, making an appropriation to the department of safety for the purchase of state police cruisers; SB 533-FN-A-L, (New Title) relative to the governor’s commission on alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery and making supplemental appropriations to the commission, the department of justice, and the New Hampshire housing finance authority; CACR 27, (New Title) relating to the operating budget. Providing that the state shall not spend more from any fund than such fund receives in revenue, nor use the proceeds of any bond to fund its annual operating expenditures.



10:00 a.m.       Continued executive session, if necessary.



Revenue Briefings:

10:00 a.m.       Liquor Commission

10:30 a.m.       Department of Revenue Administration (revenue update).

1:00 p.m.         Lottery Commission (including Racing and Charitable Gaming).

1:30 p.m.         Insurance Department

2:00 p.m.         Department of Administrative Services

2:15 p.m.         Treasury Department

2:30 p.m.         Judicial Branch

2:45 p.m.         Secretary of State (Securities)

3:00 p.m.         Department of Justice

3:15 p.m.         Department of Health and Human Services