Daily Archives: January 30, 2018

SAU 55 Prepares to take Board of Education to Supreme Court

In the upside-down world of unlimited taxpayer dollars for legal battles that is Timberlane and SAU 55, there is a new development.  Yesterday, SAU 55’s attorney announced to the New Hampshire Department of Justice that SAU 55 intends to pursue … Continue reading

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Access to Electronic Records Under the Right to Know Law

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603 Alliance Board Member Don Ewing Receives Norris Cotton Award

603 Alliance Board Member Don Ewing was recognized as a recipient of the Norris Cotton Award at Saturday’s NH GOP Annual meeting.  The Norris Cotton Award recognizes Republican activists who make significant volunteer contributions to the Republican Party to help … Continue reading

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Michelle Levell: Ask Your Legislators to Support School Choice

The House Finance Committee is considering SB 193, the Education Savings Account bill, and we expect them to schedule a session soon to vote on it. We need people to write to the committee urging them to support this critical … Continue reading

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Is New Hampshire Ready For Another Unsustainable Social Experiment?

There is a bill currently making its way through the legislative process in our state that should be of great concern to NH’s fiscally responsible and liberty-minded citizens. HB628 (Family Medical Leave Insurance) would implement a bureaucratic social scheme above and … Continue reading

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Liberty Lobby 2018 – Week 3 Videos

The actual Liberty Lobbyist, Darryl W Perry appears in some of last week’s videos as I was finally able to get into the election committee, where he spends the bulk of his time in Concord’s Legislative Office Building. Here are the … Continue reading

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NH House bill seeks tougher penalty for delayed workers’ comp checks

Insurance companies that are late sending out a workers’ compensation check should pay more than a fine – in fact, they should double the delayed payment owed to the injured worker. So says House Bill 1451, which was introduced last … Continue reading

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Beyond Bathrooms: Privacy and Gender Identity

The first public hearing on 2018’s “gender identity” bill for New Hampshire (HB 1319) will be at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 31 in room 208 of the Legislative Office Building. Among the considerations facing policymakers are the privacy concerns … Continue reading

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