Daily Archives: December 28, 2017

Legislation Proposes State Takeover of Education (HB 1497)

HB 1497 is legislation proposes the STATE take over your local public school. BI-PARTISAN SPONSORS: Rep. Ladd, Graf. 4; Rep. Myler, Merr. 10 This is a “takeover” document. If the state does not like a school district’s plan for improving poor … Continue reading

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There Can Be No Indigenous People’s Day – The North American Continent Doesn’t Have Any

A Democrat lawmaker has proposed legislation to follow Durham, New Hampshire’s lead and change Columbus Day to ‘Indigenous People’s’ Day. I’ve already offered my thoughts on the matter at great length so I won’t repeat those here. Instead, I will point out the most obvious foil. There are … Continue reading

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A Renewed Push To Raise New Hampshire’s Marriage Age To 18

Next legislative session, New Hampshire lawmakers will again take up the question of how young is too young to get married. The minimum legal age for marriage in the state right now is 13 for girls and 14 for boys, … Continue reading

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Marijuana Policy To Be Debated At N.H. Statehouse

In September, possessing three-fourths of an ounce of marijuana became a violation rather than a crime. Those caught get a $100 fine and no jail time. But before the law changed, people were arrested for having this amount and that … Continue reading

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To Silence One Commissioner NH Democrats Would Use The Government to Silence Them All.

… The legislation, SB466, was “introduced” the day after the tweet triggered delicate partisan political Pajama-Boy Pappas, with all but one State Senate Democrat listed as a sponsor. That’s a mighty powerful statement. |Read more at GraniteGrok.com

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N.H. House Early Action Could Advance Educational Choice Measure

When the New Hampshire House convenes in the first week of January in 2018, SB 193 will be on the agenda, establishing education savings accounts for the benefit of New Hampshire children meeting eligibility requirements. | Keep Reading at nhcornerstone.org

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House bill proposes change to business filings requirements

You don’t have to register with the state to do business in New Hampshire, as long as you do it under your own name. HB1434 would change that, at least for all businesses with employees or those that make more … Continue reading

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