Anyone who is not a lobbyist but has used their own time and money – and taken the time out of their work day – to testify before a NH House or Senate committee knows how scary and intimidating it can be. So you write your testimony, try to keep it concise, print it out in a big font, make copies for the committee, take a deep breath and begin. Whether you will get questions from committee members is an entirely different thing but you hope to convey your ideas, your concerns, and yes, even your fears, of the pending legislation at hand. More…
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