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Thursday, September 10, 2009

More new N.H. laws take effect

Bob Sanders writes in New Hampshire Business Review about a handful of New Hampshire laws that went into effect this month.
House Bill 270 amends a law primarily aimed at digging up bodies at unmarked graves to cover all human remains, including those being burned in a crematorium or being used for medical research. It doesn’t contain a loophole. It’s just a blanket ban.

In addition, people on a governmental commission would have to step down if they didn’t file a financial form revealing their economic ties. While HB 255 gave the disclosure law more teeth, don’t expect many details. The disclosure requirements are still rather vague.

Finally, those selling any technology to a government agency worth more than $500 must now do so though the state Office of Information Technology, thanks to HB 36.

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