Senate Bill 466 is sponsored by nine of the 10 Senate Democrats, with only Manchester Sen. Lou D’Allesandro’s name left off the list.
It states that “during their term of appointment, a commissioner may not hold or campaign for elective office, serve as the officer of a political party or political committee, use his or her name in support of or in opposition to a candidate, participate in or contribute to political campaigns or act as a lobbyist.”
The legislation doesn’t name the commissioner, but it might as well be called the Edelblut Bill. *| Read More at Union Leader.com
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