Daily Archives: January 9, 2018

Gericke to take on D’Allesandro again for state senate seat

MANCHESTER — Republican Carla Gericke has announced that she will again challenge Democratic State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro for the District 20 Senate seat he’s held for 10 terms. Gericke lost with 40 percent of the vote to D’Allesdandro’s 60 percent … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of January 8, 2018

Welcome to the start of the 2018 legislative session! The Senate and House Education Committees kick off with full schedules of public hearings. We are monitoring several bills and those will include our analysis and recommendations.  | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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House Declines to Refer Rep. Rogers to Legislative Admin Committee

The New Hampshire House on Tuesday rejected (on a 99-222 vote) a motion to refer Rep. Katherine Rogers (D-Concord) to the Legislative Administration Committee on the grounds of her recent guilty plea to an assault charge. Rogers admitted to assaulting … Continue reading

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For Liberals Every Damn Thing in the World is About Trump

Liberals have been seized by a sort of dementia in which their obsessive hatred for President Trump blinds them to reality and causes them to say things, every day, that are inexplicably stupid. |Read more at Powerline

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N.H. State House Leaders To Lobbyists: You’re Covered By Anti-Harassment Policies, Too

All State House lobbyists got a first-of-its-kind letter from leaders of the New Hampshire House and Senate last week, detailing the Legislature’s sexual harassment policies and reporting procedures. Its message was simple: Lobbyists should know they’re covered by those policies, too, and … Continue reading

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Shaheen, Hassan Won’t Hold Up Budget for DACA

Both New Hampshire’s U.S. senators said Monday they will not hold up a budget deal as leverage for immigration reform. President Donald Trump ended the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program – or DACA – last year.  The program protected … Continue reading

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New hope for Jerry Delemus’ release from prison after judge dismisses Bundy charges

Criminal charges have been dropped against a Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed uprising against federal authorities. The dropped charges are raising questions as to what will happen to a New Hampshire man who was sentenced to prison for … Continue reading

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4,700 Now Enrolled Under N.H.’s Medical Marijuana Law

New Hampshire’s medical marijuana program has more than doubled in size since 2016, according to the latest available data from the Department of Health and Human Services. About 4,700 patients were enrolled as of Dec. 20, up from just over 2,000 patients … Continue reading

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