Category Archives: Legislation

NH law may void Brox shooting rule

MILFORD – The town’s new rule banning target shooting on the Brox property would likely face a challenge if a proposed state law passes next year. In August Milford selectmen, after months of hearings and debate, passed the rule, prompted … Continue reading

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New Hampshire senator leads charge to strengthen state’s right-to-know law

Sen. Bob Giuda, R-Warren, introduced the legislation last month after chairing a study commission charged with simplifying the appeal process for citizens seeking records from public agencies. Currently, the only way for a citizen to appeal an agency’s right-to-know decision … Continue reading

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Farmington NH High School Lets a Left Wing Activist Propagandize Kids in the Classroom

On November 28th the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union shared news on Facebook about ACLU Community Organizer Daniel Pontoh’s presentation to Farmington High School students. The subject was social justice activism, and how they can create the change they wish … Continue reading

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CNHT Needs Bill Reviewers, Trackers

CNHT is looking for volunteers to track NH legislation, alert us to when the bills will be heard before House and Senate committees, and ultimately, when they will be voted upon by both full bodies. The best way to prepare … Continue reading

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Rep. Dan Hynes is sponsoring a 2018 bill to lower the drinking age to twenty years-old. Like all other states, New Hampshire allows adults to legally consume alcohol at age twenty-one. Unlike some other states, New Hampshire does not have any exceptions … Continue reading

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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 5

OK, time got away from me – time to put up some more LSRs (which by this time, I’m betting some have been turned into bills).  This time, those who the prime sponsor had a rating of 36% – 50%.  … Continue reading

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US Senate Passes Tax Reform

Maybe it’s a be careful what you wish for moment but there are some important points to which the left will never admit. The money, whether earned by a corporation or an individual, does not belong to the government. No one is giving away … Continue reading

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