Kevin J. Cavanaugh
New Hampshire · State Senator · District 16 · Democrat
Overview
Bills
Votes
Address
Legislative Office Building, Room 101-B 33 North State Street Concord, NH 03301
Phone
603-271-1403
Address
Legislative Office Building, Room 101-B 33 North State Street Concord, NH 03301
Phone
603-271-1403
Featured Bills
Jul 26, 2022
Signed by Governor
Cosponsor
New Hampshire Senate Bill 401
Making appropriations to the department of transportation for local highway aid and to the body-worn and dashboard camera fund, and permitting the department of transportation to operate dash cameras in fleet vehicles.
Became Law
Jul 13, 2022
Signed by Governor
Cosponsor
New Hampshire Senate Bill 281
Relative to nursing home policies regarding notice of vacancy.
Became Law
Jul 13, 2022
Signed by Governor
Cosponsor
New Hampshire Senate Bill 357
Relative to mental health training for first responders.
Became Law
Jul 07, 2022
Signed by Governor
Cosponsor
New Hampshire Senate Bill 385
Relative to financial exploitation of vulnerable adults.
Became Law
Jul 07, 2022
Signed by Governor
Cosponsor
New Hampshire Senate Bill 422
Establishing an adult dental benefit under the state Medicaid program.
Became Law
Recent Votes
May 26, 2022
Voted Yes
Yes
Conference Committee Report
Passed
New Hampshire House Bill 1221
Relative to the rate of the business profits tax, and relative to payment by the state to political subdivisions of an amount equal to a portion of retirement system contributions of political subdivision employers.
May 26, 2022
Voted No
No
Conference Committee Report
Passed
New Hampshire House Bill 1431
Establishing the parental bill of rights.
May 26, 2022
Voted No
No
Conference Committee Report
Passed
New Hampshire Senate Bill 200
Apportioning congressional districts.
May 26, 2022
Voted No
No
Conference Committee Report
Passed
New Hampshire House Bill 1567
Relative to consequences resulting from election official misconduct.
May 12, 2022
Voted No
No
Nonconcur
Passed
New Hampshire Senate Bill 333
Relative to licensure of case management service providers and relative to payment by the state of a portion of retirement system contributions of political subdivision employers.
May 12, 2022
Voted Yes
Yes