Category Archives: taxes

Phil Kerpen – Tax Reform is a triple victory for the American people

Another special edition of GrokTALK! this time featuring Phil Kerpen from American Commitment. Phil believes that the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law is a triple victory for the American people. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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Is Gov. Sununu Going Poised To Break His No Tax Pledge?

The Family Medical Leave Insurance bill (HB628) making it’s way through the New Hampshire House has a great many things wrong with it, not the least of which is that it not only taxes individual income, a division of state … Continue reading

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A Deeper Look Into the Troubling Family Medical Leave Insurance

The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation … Continue reading

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New Hampshire lawmakers debate licensing out-of-state semi-trailers

House Republicans in New Hampshire are counting on out-of-state semi-trailer licensing to raise money for the state. While New Hampshire Republicans often argue against expanding fees, the proposal introduced Feb. 8 is unusual in a couple of ways. First, many of … Continue reading

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Representative Karel Crawford Votes for Income Tax

Karel Crawford — who represents Tuftonboro, Moultonborough, and Sandwich in the state legislature — voted February 8 for a 0.67% income tax on New Hampshire workers in the form of HB 628. | More at Tuftonboro.net

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NH Rep Sean Morrison angling for a RINO of the Week award

I guess that NH Rep Sean Morrison never learned about the Theory of Holes. Steve first mentioned him in his post on voting for HB628, Paid Family Leave, HB628, whereby he believes that Government has the right to crowd out the … Continue reading

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Timberlane Tax: Sandown +10%; Other Towns Catch a Break

Here’s an astonishing political fact.  For three towns in the Timberlane district, the 2018-2019 budget is easily digestible while Sandown is taking an enormous blow.  Whether the towns choose the default budget (near flat-line) or a $1 million higher operating … Continue reading

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