Educated on the Issues and Getting Results

In his last four years in the House,  64 bills that Bill sponsored or co-sponsored became law, making him one of the most productive members of the New Hampshire Legislature. These are law changes that solve problems, not push an idealogical agenda.

HB95 relative to milk pasteurization
HB169 establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles.
HB1263 relative to prescribed studies on health, physical education, wellness, and personal finance literacy in schools.
HB381 relative to laboratory testing
HB1320 relative to public exposure of deceased human bodies.
HB1335 relative to the parole board and the procedure for medical parole of prisoners. 
HB1390 relative to access to language translation services in telemedicine.
HB1421 relative to lead in school drinking water.
HB1507 requiring childcare investigatory findings to be timely published.
HB1526 relative to income eligibility for in and out medical assistance.
HB1548 relating to the sale of the Lakes Region Facility.
SB220 relative to establishing a committee to study licensure of mental health professionals.
SB229 relative to pharmacist administration of vaccines.
SB279 establishing a study committee on harm reduction and overdose prevention programs.
SB289 relative to glucagon administration and relative to the dispenser report under the controlled drug prescription health and safety program
SB397 relative to the mental health counseling compact and the interstate compact for the placement of children.
SB419 establishing a commission to study the delivery of public health services in New Hampshire through regional public health networks.
SB422 establishing an adult dental benefit under the state Medicaid program.
SB450 relative to the prescription drug affordability board.

HB79 relative to town health officers.
HB99 relative to seasonal platforms on public waters of the state.
HB120 relative to administration of psychotropic medications to children in foster care.
HB163 relative to cannabis use during pregnancy.
HB479 relative to pharmacist provider status, nicotine cessation therapy, and pharmacy benefit manager requirements.
HB600 relative to funding for newborn screening.
SB45 relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
SB74 relative to advance directives for health care decisions.
SB85 establishing a broadband matching grant initiative and fund.
SB120  relative to physician assistant medical services through the Manchester Veterans Administration Medical Center.

HB1280 relative to copayments for insulin, establishing a wholesale prescription drug importation program, establishing a New Hampshire prescription drug affordability board, establishing the prescription drug competitive marketplace, relative to the pricing of generic prescription drugs, relative to prior authorization for prescription drug coverage, and requiring insurance coverage for epinephrine auto-injectors.
HB1623 relative to telemedicine.

HB237 establishing the New Hampshire rare disease advisory council.
HB369 relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
HB511 relative to vaping.
HB528 relative to insurance reimbursement for emergency medical services.
HB552 relative to transparency and standards for acquisition transactions in health care.
HB605 relative to criminal penalties for possession, transfer, or manufacture of animal fighting paraphernalia with the intent to be present at, aiding in, or contributing to such fighting.
HB656 establishing a committee to study the impact of financial initiatives for commercially insured members by drug manufacturers on prescription drug prices and health insurance premiums.
HB657 relative to prescription drugs under the managed care law.
HB670 relative to the cost of prescription drugs.
HB725 relative to certain standards for managed care organizations.
SB58 relative to payment for low-dose mammography coverage.
SB86 establishing a commission to study programs for serving individuals with certain developmental and mental health disabilities.
SB120 relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program.
SB164 establishing a committee to study unprotected drinking water sources.
SB178 relative to telemedicine for spectacle and contact lenses.
SB224 relative to insurance coverage for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.
SB225 adding physician assistants to certain New Hampshire laws.
SB258 relative to telemedicine and telehealth services.
SB274 relative to the newborn home visiting program.
SB282 relative to suicide prevention education in schools.
SB292 relative to implementation of the new mental health 10-year plan.

HB1577 relative to the administration of anesthesia by dentists.
HB1822 making hormonal contraceptives available directly from pharmacists by means of a standing order. Originally prime sponsored by Rep. Marsh
SB421 relative to insurance coverage for prescription contraceptives.