The New Hampshire legislature introduced House Bill 341, which would create massage therapy establishment licensing. The bill is being heard by the Executive Departments and Administration Committee (Committee) at 10:45 a.m. EST on January 25. If you are opposed to establishment licensure, ABMP encourages you to advocate and speak your mind by emailing your opinions to the Committee.
New Hampshire Legislative and Policy Developments
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Emergency Order #40 expired May 31, 2020, and was not renewed or replaced by Governor Sununu, effectively allowing businesses in Exhibit D, including massage therapy establishments, to resume business operations June 1, 2020.
Legislators in New Hampshire are considering House Bill 121 (HB121), a bill that requires massage therapy, reflexology, structural integration, and Asian bodywork therapy establishments to be registered and licensed if there are two or more therapists practicing in the establishment.