||This bill names the new Route 9 bridge over the
Connecticut River between
Chesterfield, NH and Brattleboro, VT the United States Navy Seabees
Passed and signed by the Governor April 5, 2004.
||This bill defines the term “veteran” and certain other
to military service. Signed by the Governor May 7, 2004.
||Bill increases both the tax credit and the optional tax
veterans who have service connected disabilities. House voted to kill
February 19, 2004.
||This bill establishes New Hampshire service medals for
World War II, the Korean Conflict, and the Vietnam Conflict. Awaiting
||This bill establishes a bonus payment ($100) for New
of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Changed to read War on Global
Awaiting Governor’s signature.
||This bill establishes special number plates for
veterans who were awarded
the Bronze Star or the Silver Star. Changed to a study.
||This bill allows a member of the armed services reserve
guard, who is called to active duty, or a member of the military on
duty who is transferred to another state, to terminate a real estate
or rental agreement, without penalty, after giving 7 days notice.
Signed by the Governor on May 19, 2004.
||This bill adds recipients of the National Defense
Service Medal to
persons eligible for the veterans' property tax credit. House
to kill this bill on February 19, 2004.
||This bill changes the eligibility for persons receiving
property tax credit to include all veterans who have been honorably
or officers honorably separated from service. House voted to kill
this bill on February 19, 2004.
||This bill provides that disabled veterans with special
shall be exempt from paying tolls on the New Hampshire turnpike system.
Killed in the House April 15, 2004.
||This resolution commends the United States
Congress for supporting
concurrent receipt of disability and retirement benefits by disabled
and urging them to do more. Passed both House and Senate, copies
being prepared for all members of Congress.
||Urges the President and Congress to amend federal
and immigration laws to grant the right of citizenship to all
honorably discharged from United States military service. Passed
the House January 29, 2004, and copies sent to the President and
||This joint resolution designates the portion of NH
Route 4 from the
Lebanon border due east, southeast to the junction of Interstate 95 and
the entire length of Interstate 95 in New Hampshire as the Purple Heart
Trail. Approved by both the Senate and the House
||This bill eliminates the consideration of Montgomery GI
in the formula for the tuition waiver for national guard members.
Passed House 7 January. Passed Senate March 4, 2004. Signed by
Governor April 5, 2004.