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Following is a list of links to testimony provided by NHHA to date. To search bill text on the State of New Hampshire web site, click here.

SS HB 1, relative to access to health insurance coverage.
(testimony provided to House Finance Committee on 11/12/13) 

SS SB 1, relative to access to health insurance coverage.
(testimony provided to Senate Committee on Special Session Legislation on 11/12/13) 

HB 1-A, making appropriations for the expenses of certain departments of the state for fiscal years ending June 30, 2014 and June 30, 2015 and HB 2-FN-A-local, relative to state fees, funds, revenues and expenditures
(testimony provided to Senate Finance Committee on 5/9/13) 

HB 217, imposing an extended term of imprisonment for assault against a health care provider
(testimony provided to House Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee on 2/5/13)

HB 255-FN, relative to the worker's compensation law.
(testimony provided to House Labor, Industrial & Rehabilitative Services Committee on 1/22/13)

HB 271, stating that New Hampshire will not accept expanded Medicaid
(testimony provided to House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee on 2/5/13)

HB 293, relative to the adverse events reporting system
(testimony provided to House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee on 2/7/13)

HB 476, relative to medical care price disclosure and transparency
(testimony provided to House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee on 2/19/13)

HB 582, repealing early offers for medical injury claims
(testimony provided to House Judiciary Committee on 2/7/13)

HB 597, relative to mandatory drug testing for certain health care workers
(testimony provided to House Health, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee on 2/26/13)

HB 658, relative to registration for medical technicians
(testimony provided to House Executive Departments & Administration Commitee on 2/21/13)

HB 677, relative to the certificate of need board
(testimony provided to House, Human Services & Elderly Affairs Committee on 3/5/13)

SB 24, relative to Medicaid rates.
(testimony provided to Senate Executive Departments & Administration Committee on 1/23/13)

SB 81, authorizing phlebotomists and EMTs to withdraw blood for alcohol tests (2/12/13)
(testimony provided to Senate Judiciary Committee on 2/12/13)

SB 83, relative to the controlled drug prescription health and safety program  
(testimony provided to Senate Health, Human Services & Education Committee on 2/5/13)

SB 170, relative to advance directives pertaining to life-sustaining treatment
(testimony provided to Senate Health, Education & Human Services Committee on 3/5/13)