Penalties for indecent exposure and the legality of abortions are on tap for the New Hampshire House.
Lawmakers are scheduled to debate these and several other issues during Wednesday's legislative session, beginning at 10 a.m.
A committee recommends passing a bill that would make indecent exposure or lewdness in front of a minor a felony rather than a misdemeanor. By a vote of 10-4, the House Judiciary Committee recommends killing a bill "providing life begins at conception," which would outlaw abortion. Several bills aimed at limiting access to abortions are before the House this session.
Lawmakers will also vote on a bill making it easier to clear trees that could damage the power grid by falling and another that would make gold and silver lawful mediums of exchange.