New Hampshire - HB463 - 2017

Regulating groundwater pollution caused by polluting emissions in the air and relative to standards for emerging contaminants in drinking water.

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Added On: 02-10-2017
Updated On: 03-28-2017
Status: Passed One Chamber
Primary Sponsor: Frank Byron (Republican)





Actions (29)

  • 01-12-2017 - Introduced 01/05/2017 and referred to Resources, Recreation and Development House Journal 3 P. 14
  • 01-25-2017 - Public Hearing: 01/31/2017 10:45 am Legislative Office Building 305
  • 02-01-2017 - ==CANCELLED== Executive Session: 02/15/2017 10:00 am Legislative Office Building 305
  • 02-10-2017 - Committee Report: Ought to Pass for 02/15/2017 (Vote 10-3; Regular Calendar) House Calendar 11 P. 21
  • 02-10-2017 - Executive Session: 02/09/2017 Legislative Office Building 305
  • 02-15-2017 - Public Hearing: 02/21/2017 01:30 PM Legislative Office Building 304
  • 02-15-2017 - Referred to Science, Technology and Energy 02/15/2017 House Journal 7 P. 44
  • 02-15-2017 - Ought to Pass: Motion Adopted DV 220-123 02/15/2017 House Journal 7 P. 44
  • 03-02-2017 - Executive Session: 03/15/2017 11:30 am Legislative Office Building 304
  • 03-02-2017 - Full Committee Work Session: 03/15/2017 09:30 am Legislative Office Building 304
  • 03-15-2017 - Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2017-0875h for 03/23/2017 (Vote 16-0; Consent Calendar) House Calendar 16 P. 3
  • 03-23-2017 - Ought to Pass with Amendment 0875h: Motion Adopted Voice Vote 03/23/2017 House Journal 11 P. 23
  • 03-23-2017 - Amendment #2017-0875h: Amendment Adopted Voice Vote 03/23/2017 House Journal 11 P. 23
  • 03-23-2017 - Removed from Consent (Rep. Hoell) 03/23/2017 House Journal 11 P. 2
  • 03-29-2017 - Introduced 03/23/2017 and Referred to Energy and Natural Resources; Senate Journal 11
  • 04-05-2017 - Hearing: 04/11/2017, Room 103, State House, 10:00 am; Senate Calendar 18
  • 04-27-2017 - Hearing: 05/02/2017, Room 103, State House, 09:15 am, on proposed amendment #2017-1572s; Senate Calendar 21
  • 05-09-2017 - Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment #2017-1678s, 05/18/2017; Senate Calendar 23
  • 05-18-2017 - Ought to Pass with Amendment 2017-1678s, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; Refer to Finance Rule 4-5; 05/18/2017; Senate Journal 17
  • 05-18-2017 - Committee Amendment #2017-1678s, Amendment Adopted, Voice Vote; 05/18/2017; Senate Journal 17
  • 05-24-2017 - Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 05/31/2017; Senate Calendar 25
  • 06-01-2017 - Ought to Pass: Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; OT3rdg; 05/31/2017; Senate Journal 18
  • 06-08-2017 - Sen. Avard Accedes to House Request for Committee of Conference, Motion Adopted, Voice Vote; 06/08/2017; Senate Journal 19
  • 06-08-2017 - Speaker Appoints: Reps. Christensen, Barry, L. Ober, Lisle 06/08/2017 House Journal 18 P. 2
  • 06-08-2017 - House Non-Concurs with Senate Amendment 1678s and Requests CofC (Reps. Christensen, Barry): Motion Adopted Voice Vote 06/08/2017 House Journal 18 P. 2
  • 06-08-2017 - President Appoints: Senators Bradley, Innis, Feltes; 06/08/2017; Senate Journal 19
  • 06-08-2017 - ==RECESSED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/13/2017 10:30 am Legislative Office Building 305
  • 06-13-2017 - ==CONTINUED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/14/2017 09:00 am Legislative Office Building 305
  • 06-15-2017 - Conference Committee Report; Not Signed Off; Senate Journal 20

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News (4)

Managing the business risks of PFCs - New Hampshire Business Review
Published by nhbr.com
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 14:31:55 GMT

New Hampshire's business community is on alert as state officials search for cost-effective solutions to emerging public health and economic threats from man-made chemicals called perfluorochemicals, or PFCs. Uncertainty about the extent of the ...

NH Senate passes bill to increase PFC protections - Seacoastonline.com
Published by seacoastonline.com
Thu, 18 May 2017 23:09:21 GMT

"I think it shows the Senate cares a great deal about our environment and the health and future of our children," state Sen. Dan Innis, R-New Castle, said about passage of HB 463, which aims to better protect residents from PFCs in their water.

Bill pushing tougher PFOA standards advances - The Union Leader
Published by unionleader.com
Tue, 09 May 2017 17:08:55 GMT

Mindi Messmer, D-Rye, ran for office in the fall with the goal of influencing state policy on water-borne toxins, particularly perfluorinated chemicals like PFOA that have contaminated so many New Hampshire wells. ... She originally sponsored a bill ...

Lawmakers' frustration aired over water contamination bill - The Union Leader
Published by unionleader.com
Mon, 19 Jun 2017 06:32:55 GMT

MERRIMACK Frustration is being voiced after a bill designed to help regulate airborne contaminants in New Hampshire drinking water did not move forward. The amended bill, HB 463, which would have required the state to consider tougher standards for ...