Daily Archives: February 27, 2018

School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of March 5, 2018

The legislature has its winter break this week and will resume the week of March 5. All of our bills have been exec’d in committees and several will likely have votes in the NH House of Representatives at their next … Continue reading

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Lame Duck Carol Shea-Porter Signs on To Latest “Assault Weapons” Ban

Democrat New Hampshire district one congressmember Carol Shea-Porter has signed on as a co-sponsor of a bill to ban “assault weapons.”  In a press release, she said that “gun massacres” increased by 183 percent after the federal ban expired in 2004. “One … Continue reading

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Anti-selectmen signs disputed before town elections

GILMANTON, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire town building inspector has asked property owners to take down signs suggesting selectmen don’t support the police, saying the messages appear to violate an ordinance against political signs. | More at AP News

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How Many Non-US Citizens Are Registered To Vote In New Hampshire?

J. Christian Adams and PILF have been successful in suing several states for public information each state is required to keep – that would be the Green Card holders who have driver’s licenses and the statewide voter database. Pa. has … Continue reading

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UNH Poll: NH Voters Support Education Savings Accounts

Although most Granite Staters are unfamiliar with the education savings accounts (ESAs), a clear majority of those who have an opinion about ESAs are in favor of them, according to a new poll by the University of New Hampshire. | More at … Continue reading

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Should delinquent taxpayers face 18 percent interest penalties?

During a recent discussion in the New Hampshire House, some representatives described homeowners who fall behind on property taxes largely as people who may be in a rough stretch due to unemployment, illness or age – but others saw those … Continue reading

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The Trans-Bill is Back and There’s Gonna Be Trouble…

The Trans-Bill is back (HB 1319) as Kimberly Morin joins me to talk about the legislation, how it threatens actual rights, violates women’s privacy, carves out special exceptions, and why we don’t even need it. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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