Monthly Archives: February 2018

HB 628 Still Stinks and It’s Still Not Dead, So What’s Happening?

The House Finance Committee had a work session on the HB 628, which implements an income tax under cover of a scheme to provide “state-funded” Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI) for short-term disability coverage. The progressives on both sides just want … Continue reading

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Coward County Florida

Mike Rogers walks us through the serial failures of our self-proclaimed overseers in the Parkland shooting. Some surprising media reaction. The useful idiots. And more. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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New Hampshire lawmakers duel over lowering corporate jet fees

The NH House and Senate each have passed bills cutting fees on expensive corporate jets, but the House measure would pay for the cuts by more than doubling the aviation fuel tax while the Senate would have the state Department … Continue reading

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Free Market At Work: Store in Derry, NH Won’t Serve Republicans…

I love it when liberals embrace the power and risk of private business ownership. The Used Apple Store posted to its Facebook page on Monday that the company will refuse services to those affiliated with the Republican party. How can they tell … Continue reading

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Lawmakers block New Hampshire bill banning some utility mergers

An effort to forbid water utilities in New Hampshire from merging with electric or gas utilities failed to advance in a recent vote. Rep. Robert Renny Cushing, D-Hampton, sponsored the legislation, House Bill 1644. During floor debate, he said the … Continue reading

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Republican Majority Congress is Preparing to “Enhance” Background Checks

When Congress passed national reciprocity, it also passed Fix NICS legislation. At the time Rep. Massie warned that in the US Senate, as soon as there was another shooting, Senate Republicans would drop reciprocity and bring Fix NICS to the … Continue reading

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Committee Nixes Conscience Bill, 14-4

Today’s chapter in the annals of Aren’t-You-Glad-You-Have-a-Republican-Legislature: the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee has voted “inexpedient to legislate” on HB 1787, a bill to provide conscience protections for medical personnel. The committee recommendation will go to the full House next week. … Continue reading

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