On June 12, 2018, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed legislation (H.B. 1372) prohibiting the implanting of subcutaneous identification devices in individuals. Specifically, a partnership, limited liability company, corporation, and any other organization, including for-profit and not-for-profit entities and the government, may not require, coerce, or compel an individual to undergo the subcutaneous (under the skin) implanting or other internal or external bodily possession of an identification device. An identification device is any item, application, or product that is passively or actively capable of transmitting personal information, including, but not limited to, devices using radio frequency technology.
The law also includes definitions, exceptions, penalties, and statute of limitations for actions.
The law is effective January 1, 2019.
Read NH H.B. 1372
On May 30, 2018, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed legislation (S.B. 428) amending the intervals for payment of wages to weekly and biweekly employees. Prior to the legislation, employers were required to pay employee wages at regular intervals not to exceed 14 days.
According to the new law, every employer must now pay all wages due to employees within eight days after the expiration of the work week if the employee is paid on a weekly basis, or within 15 days after the expiration of the work week if the employee is paid on a biweekly basis.
The law is effective July 29, 2018.
Read NH S.B. 428