During the 2009 NH Legislative Session, DOGS earmarked some 20 bills that would impact ownership, breeding, training and working with dogs and other companion animals. Due to the involvement of our members voicing their concerns to legislators, all of the
The 2009 Legislation page has been updated with the results of the House and Senate votes. New Hampshire’s legislative season is winding down and the only animal related bills left are two that were retained for study of the summer:
Eliminating Plan A from the spay/neuter program SB 137 had previously been the bill to create an animal friendly license plate to help fund the state’s spay/neuter program. Senator Roberge recognized that the license plate initiative needed more work and
The House Executive Departments and Administration Committee has recommended that SB 132 be killed. The vote was 17-0. The full House wil vote on the bill on May 20th.
THURSDAY, May 14, 2009 8:45am HB 247 – relative to the investigation of animal abuse complaints. Senate Public Affairs Committee public hearing in room 103 of the Legislative Office Bldg. DOGS supports the bill that was requested by the State