- Associated Press - Monday, March 14, 2016

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire House won’t be meeting this week, following two marathon session days last week, when lawmakers tackled everything from Medicaid expansion to banning the practice of bestiality.

But the lack of a session doesn’t mean lawmakers won’t be hard at work. Committees will be vetting hundreds of bills, some of which have already passed the Senate.

Bills up for consideration range from measures on school funding, emergency responses to drug overdoses, drones and laws surrounding the sale of hypodermic needles. The House must send all of its bills to the Senate by March 24.

The Senate will meet in regular session on Thursday.

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