Gov. Sununu on Voting Laws, Full-Day Kindergarten…

Gov. Sununu On Tightening Voting Laws, Funding Full-Day Kindergarten, & Courting 100 Businesses.

During an Exchange interview, Governor Sununu insisted that a GOP-led effort to require people to provide proof they are connected to the community where they vote, is not meant to exclude voters but simply to ensure the integrity of the voting process. Keep Reading…


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Did 458 People Vote Illegally in New Hampshire?

At least.

New Hampshire is investigating possible voter fraud involving 458 people who cast ballots in November’s election.

NH1 reported the numbers after New Hampshire’s secretary of state provided them to the news outlet, noting that if in fact 458 people did vote illegally, it could have had an effect on the outcome of close local races. Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte lost her re-election bid to Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan by around 1,000 votes. Keep Reading…

| Newsmax

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Could Oil Prices Remain Stable for Years to Come?

With America’s resurgence of energy infrastructure, oil shocks could be a thing of the past.

To sum up, oil prices stand neither to go up or down but remain steady, and that’s a good thing. More reliable petroleum delivery routes that bypass the Middle East reduce the ability of OPEC to artificially inflate oil prices. Oil will trade more like a regular commodity, and its price will see less fluctuations. In fact we have started to witness this over the last 3 months: Despite OPEC’s successive announcements of production cuts, oil prices have mostly ignored OPEC and remained steady in the $50 range.

Good for New Hampshire, good for America.

c/o | GraniteGrok  – Source Article

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Stop the Presses! Shaheen & Hassan Say No to Gorsuch

McConnell said he’d launch the nuclear option to seat Gorsuch. Senate Democrats, including Shaheen, set a precedent. Remember that when this posturing turns into whining.

WASHINGTON — Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, D-NH, both announced Tuesday they would vote against Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and would support a filibuster, raising the voter threshold needed to confirm him. Keep Reading…

| Union Leader

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Fetal Homicide Bill Hearing Due in NH House

SB 66 Passed the State Senate and is now in the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee in the New Hampshire House.

If you want to see fetal homicide legislation pass in New Hampshire this year, you might want to send a friendly emailed nudge to the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee. Brief, polite, nothing cut-and-pasted: recommend Ought to Pass on SB 66, without weakening the bill’s language. You’ll certainly want to send an email if one of your own reps is on the committee (see the table below).  Keep Reading…  

| Leaven for the Loaf

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NH: More questions for child abuse fatalities commission

| Ridley Report

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How About Repeal Without The Replace?

This is what I’m talking about. One Page to undo it all.

“Effective as of December 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148) is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.”

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