It goes without saying that you should direct the various committees to OPPOSE/ITL all of these bills which will raise taxes. Some are taxes upon other taxes! The contact information is linked to the committee names. Each bill is linked to information on its hearing date and status, and full vote date and status.
HB 1652: including ski area ticket sales under the meals and rooms tax and dedicating the revenue to the governor’s scholarship program for New Hampshire resident students.
HB 1579: relative to collection of tax for short-term rentals under the meals and rooms tax.. [Hotels and AirBnB would be taxed.]
HB 1492: establishing a tax on the retail sale of certain electronic devices to fund education. House Bill 1492 would impose a 4.3 percent sales tax on televisions, computers and video games and their related equipment; smart watches, and cell phones.
HB 1477: would increase the tobacco tax by 12 cents a pack bringing the total to $1.90 a pack.
HB 1699: would increase the tax on e-cigarettes to 40 percent of retail cost.
CACR 17: relating to taxation. Providing that a new state broad-based tax may be enacted only to reduce property taxes. [Constitutional Amendment would open the floodgates allowing for the creation of a broad-based tax in the State of New Hampshire – it truly is the Gateway to a Sales Tax.]
HB 102: This bill permits towns to adopt bylaws to regulate the distribution of single-use plastics.
HB 1650: establishing a road usage registration fee and making an appropriation therefor.
HB 1508: relative to paper receipts.
HB 1194: establishing a surcharge for certain single use plastics.
HB 735: relative to carbon pricing.
HB 712: This bill establishes a system of paid family and medical leave insurance.
SB 712: establishing a surcharge on certain saltwater licenses and establishing a fund for derelict fishing gear and coastal cleanup.
SB 124: relative to renewable portfolio standards after 2025.
SB 629: establishing the solid waste reduction management fund and establishing a solid waste disposal surcharge.