Daily Archives: January 31, 2018

NHHFC Comments on House Commerce Committee Recommending Defeat of Paid Medical Leave Bill HB 628

Concord – The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) today commended the House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee for recommending HB 628 as Inexpedient to Legislate. The bill would have created a 0.5% tax on income, paid by the employer, … Continue reading

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New Boston Has Town Policies – Depending Who You Are

As New Boston plays “Whack-a-Mole” with a commercial property that has been in existence since June 1965 as a repair garage/towing service, now deemed a “junkyard” in order to strip its vested property rights, a few questions pop up. “Duke’s … Continue reading

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I Guess The NH Media Want’s New Hampshire to Tax Your Income

Is there a Media editorial blackout on opposition to HB 628, a tax on income disguised as an unnecessary, poorly written “family leave act” entitlement? Opponents of the measure report that while they have submitted letters to the editors of several … Continue reading

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The Democrats Are Fighting A Civil War

One of the best comments I’ve seen in a long time I found following the Powerline post about the Democrats waging a civil war that too many of us do not realize they are fighting. However more people are coming to realize … Continue reading

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Keno sales exceed $1M in New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Lottery says the new electronic bingo-style keno game has exceeded the $1 million sales mark in the state. Keno launched on Dec. 15 and is on sale at 45 restaurants and bars statewide. … Continue reading

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On Pain, Viability, and Votes

On the agenda this week: two bills addressing mid- and late-term abortions. One bill is federal, and it fell short on a procedural vote in the U.S. Senate. The other bill is getting its hearing this week (January 31, 10:00 a.m.) before … Continue reading

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NH bill would change work requirements for food stamps, welfare

Lawmakers last year enacted new provisions requiring able-bodied Medicaid participants to work between 20 to 30 hours per week, depending on how long they’d been covered. The state is seeking a federal waiver to allow that change, but in the … Continue reading

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