Below is a list of bills Governor Sununu has vetoed, which includes the bill number, the title, and a link to the governor’s veto message.

This list is complete as of September 3rd.

Bill #TitleVeto Message
HB1making appropriations for the expenses of certain departments of the state for fiscal years ending June 30, 2020 and June 30, 2021.
HB105relative to domicile residency, voter registration, and investigation of voter verification letters.
HB106relative to the terms “resident,” “inhabitant,” “residence,” and “residency.:
HB109requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales.
HB183establishing a committee to study the applications of microgrids in New Hampshire and changes in law necessary to allow for microgrids in electrical supply, and relative to baseload renewable generation credits for biomass energy facilities.
HB198clarifying the prohibition against the use of mobile electronic devices while driving.
HB2relative to state fees, funds, revenues, and expenditures.
HB211relative to inquiries by prospective employers concerning salary history.
HB292relative to including brokers fees in the calculation of the insurance premium tax.
HB293relative to employee credit privacy
HB326relative to the definition of prime wetland.
HB349relative to a second opinion on health care matters for state and county prisoners.
HB364permitting qualifying patients and designated caregivers to cultivate cannabis for therapeutic use and permitting qualifying patients and designated caregivers to donate excess cannabis to other qualifying patients.
HB365relative to net energy metering limits for customer generators
HB409relative to the maximum optional fee for transportation improvements charged by municipalities when collecting motor vehicle registration fees.
HB446relative to initiating amendments and corrections to birth records
HB455relative to the penalty for capital murder.
HB504relative to election-related amendments to the United States Constitution.
HB514imposing a waiting period between the purchase and delivery of a firearm.
HB564relative to possession of firearms on school property.
HB582relative to the regional greenhouse gas initiative cap and trade program for controlling carbon dioxide emissions
HB587relative to organ donation on a driver’s license
HB645establishing a dock registration procedure
HB664relative to vehicle repair standards.
HB696establishing a protective order for vulnerable adults
HB706establishing an independent redistricting commission
SB 1relative to family and medical leave.
SB 10relative to the state minimum hourly rate.
SB 100relative to discrimination in employment based on criminal background checks
SB 106(New Title) relative to the definition of political advocacy organization.
SB 140(New Title) relative to credit for alternative, extended learning, and work-based programs.
SB 145relative to the organization of alternative treatment centers.
SB 146relative to eliminating the waiting period before eligibility to receive unemployment benefits
SB 148relative to notification to public employees regarding their right to join or not join a union.
SB 151establishing an administrative hearing procedure and penalty for an employer who fails to make payment of wages or who fails to secure workers’ compensation coverage
SB 156relative to political contributions made by limited liability companies.
SB 167establishing a clean energy resource procurement commission.
SB 168relative to class 2 obligations under the electric renewable portfolio standards
SB 18relative to authorized employee wage deductions.
SB 196relative to non-academic surveys administered by a public school to its students.
SB 2relative to funding for job training programs in the Department of Business and Economic Affairs
SB 20relative to notification requirements for employees, workplace inspections, and the youth employment law.
SB 205relative to energy efficiency programs funded from the systems benefits charge and the duties and members of the energy efficiency and sustainable energy board
SB 218relative to duties of the commissioner of transportation regarding air navigation facilities.
SB 271relative to requiring prevailing wages on state-funded public works projects
SB 275requiring that all of the state’s motor vehicles will be zero emissions vehicles by the year 2039.
SB 307relative to outdoor lighting.
SB 5(2nd New Title) making an appropriation to the department of health and human services for Medicaid provider rates for mental health and substance use disorder and emergency shelter and stabilization services.
SB 67relative to the definitions of resident and residency.
SB 68relative to the centralized voter registration database.
SB 72relative to issuance of renewable energy certificates.
SB 74relative to register of deeds fees used to support the land and community heritage investment program (LCHIP), and establishing a committee to study the economic impact of land conservation and to review the LCHIP surcharge.
SB 88relative to registry identification cards under the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes law.