Daily Archives: October 12, 2017

The Tyranny of Administrative Power in New Hampshire From Green Power

Barry Brownstein, writing at the Foundation for Economic Education, outlines the problem and abuses of administrative power, right here in New Hampshire, summed up in his closing paragraph. In New Hampshire, the absolute administrative power of the SEC—a power that poses … Continue reading

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Upcoming Homeschool Legislation

To date, one draft bill regarding home education is filed for 2018. It is Legislative Service Request (LSR) #2329 with Rep. Robert Theberge as the primary sponsor and Representatives Yvonne Thomas, Larry Laflamme, and Edith Tucker as co-sponsors. Note that all of … Continue reading

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New Hampshire House Discusses Amendments to Marijuana Legalization Bill

New Hampshire lawmakers are taking a deliberate approach to a bill seeking to legalize and regulate marijuana, holding two additional hearings to discuss amendments before a full committee vote next month. | Read more at NH Journal

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Sununu Asks House Speaker Jasper to Be Ag Commissioner

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has asked House Speaker Shawn Jasper to apply to be the state’s next commissioner of the Department of Agriculture. Sununu said Thursday that Jasper has been immersed in New Hampshire‘s agricultural community his … Continue reading

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If One State Senator has Their Way You Won’t Be Able to send Your Kid to a NH “Community” College Anymore

CONCORD — State Sen. John Reagan, R-Deerfield, would like to see the word “community” taken out of the names used by the seven colleges in the Community College System of New Hampshire, and plans to introduce legislation to that effect. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Leading Conservative Blog site is looking for Conservative or Conservatarain writers

New Hampshire’s Leading Conservative Blog site is looking for Conservative or Conservatarain writers to contribute to the site. The pay is lousy ($0) but you get to trigger snowflakes clinging to a failed and fragile progressive worldview.   Interested parties … Continue reading

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Judge merges 2 lawsuits challenging New Hampshire voter law

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A judge has consolidated lawsuits filed by the New Hampshire Democratic Party and the League of Women Voters in a case challenging a new law that requires voters who move to the state within 30 days … Continue reading

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