Category Archives: Legislation

NH Senate votes to expand net metering to larger users

Thus far, net metering – the method that credits renewable energy system owners for the electricity they add to the grid – has mainly been for homeowners, but the NH Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would allow larger businesses … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate OKs measure to reduce real estate transfer fee for first-time homebuyers

First-time homebuyers in New Hampshire may soon be in for a bit of a break when it comes to scraping together enough dough to make that first big purchase – including those who’ve already closed on a new home this … Continue reading

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Right to Know Bills before the House

The following Bills, wil lbe before the House for a vote this Thursday. HB 1347 – Bill requires meeting minutes to include: Names of the members who made or seconded each motion Brief summary of comments made during deliberations All relevant … Continue reading

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ANTI-School Safety Proponents Push Gun Control in NH Education Bill

Today, a hearing was held before the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee on an amendment to Senate Bill 357 (SB 357 – irony noted), AN ACT relative to safe school zones and relative to syringe service programs. The purpose of the legislation appears to … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate kills vehicle registration fees expansion measure

A bill that would’ve given Concord that power was recently defeated in the state Senate on a party line vote, 14-10. Republican senators criticized the bill as an unnecessary attempt to raise the cost of living for the capital city’s … Continue reading

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Republicans in the NH Senate Who Expanded “Expanded Medicaid”

On Saturday I referenced the passage of expanded Medicaid out of the State Senate. The new Bradley-Care Bill, SB313, complete with a new and improved five-year plan (instead of two, cue the Soviet national anthem) got the yeah votes of every … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of March 12, 2018

The only significant bill this week is SB 193, the Education Savings Account bill. House Finance will hold an executive session on Wednesday, March 14th when they will vote on their proposed amendment. They are holding a final work session the previous … Continue reading

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