Senator Chandley Introduces SB 312, Medical Monitoring for Exposure to Toxic Substances
CONCORD—Today, Senator Chandley introduced SB 312, which creates a claim for a person exposed to a hazardous or toxic substance who require medical monitoring in order to detect serious disease.
Senator Chandley released the following statement after the hearing:
“New Hampshire has been grappling with the need to protect safe drinking water since communities across the state. Two of the towns which I represent, Amherst and Merrimack, found unsafe levels of PFAS in their wells. While we continue to address this critical issue, we need to ensure Granite Staters who have been exposed to these toxic substances have the resources they need to monitor their medical health. SB 312 is another step in the right direction for the health and wellbeing of our state’s citizens.”