Student teams are writing papers on the following topics:
The bill was pulled from the consent calendar and will be voted on by the full House on March 21, 2018
March 1, 2018 By unanimous vote, HB1610 was voted Inexpedient to Legislate by the Commerce and Consumer Affairs committee. "The committee feels this is a burdensome and unrealistic requirement. We believe it is the buyer’s responsibility to conduct a thorough and comprehensive search of the property not the seller."
Feb 1, 2018 Keene State College Equinox publishes story about students working on HB1610
Jan 3, 2018 HB 1610 was proposed by Rep Jim McConnell (R-Cheshire) and six co-sponsors. The bill was referred to the committee on Commerce and Consumer Affairs
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