Daily Archives: April 20, 2017

Judge issues injunction against Michael Gill in defamation case

A judge has ordered mortgage broker Michael Gill to remove any public statements accusing attorney Alex Walker of attempted murder from electronic business signs outside Gill’s business offices. Superior Court Judge N. William Delker issued a permanent injunction April 10, … Continue reading

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HRA statement on Speaker Jasper’s denial that HRA meetings are a caucus of Republican House members

Concord. The co-chairs said, “We disagree with the Speaker’s assertion that the House Republican Alliance (HRA) is anything but a legislative caucus of Republican House members and are disappointed that he continues to attack conservative Republicans and divide the party. … Continue reading

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House Passes Legislation to Explore Solutions to Lower Energy Costs

Today, the House passed SB 125, establishing a committee to study transmission, distribution, generation, and other costs in the state’s electricity system. House Majority Leader Rep. Richard “Dick” Hinch (R-Merrimack) and Member of House Science, Technology, and Energy Committee Rep. … Continue reading

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NH Committee Votes 19-1 Against Passage of Casino Gambling Bill

Thursday afternoon, citing doubts about casino revenue and viability in a crowded New England gambling market, the NH House Ways & Means Committee voted 19-1 to not recommend SB 242’s passage. This strong message from Ways & Means to fellow … Continue reading

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Rich Girard Wrestles With SB 242 – Latest NH Casino Bill

Rich spoke about Senator Lou D’Allesandro’s Senate Bill 242, which would allow a large casino within the Granite State.  He tackled claims of anticipated revenue from the casino, the enforcement of casino regulations and more. Source Girard at Large | Audio … Continue reading

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NH Legislature Passes Bill to Certify Postponed Elections

After suspending legislative rules to allow quick action, both the House and Senate passed a bill Thursday that will allow towns who moved their elections to ratify the results after a public hearing and vote of the governing body. The … Continue reading

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Bus Ad Promoting Concord Festival Includes Images from Europe

A bus ad promoting a Concord, New Hampshire, arts festival takes a detour through Europe. Huge photos on a Concord Coach bus that travels between Concord and Boston feature images of the Merrimack River and a local clock tower, both … Continue reading

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