Tag Archives: HB628
NH Dems Blame Koch Brothers for Sununu Refusing To Advance Undercover Tax Scheme
I think it’s kind of cute that the NH Democrats continue to pretend this had anything to do with offering Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI) to New Hampshire Families. Or that Governor Sununu would accept “FMLI” in any form the legislature coughed up. … Continue reading
Sununu: Can’t Support HB628 (Family Medical Leave Bill) “As Written” – But I Want More
Governor Chris Sununu has informed the State Senate Finance Committee looking at HB628 that as written he won’t support it. “I cannot support HB 628 until a comprehensive actuarial analysis is conducted,” … That’s not a rejection of the idea … Continue reading
HB 628 Still Stinks and It’s Still Not Dead, So What’s Happening?
The House Finance Committee had a work session on the HB 628, which implements an income tax under cover of a scheme to provide “state-funded” Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI) for short-term disability coverage. The progressives on both sides just want … Continue reading
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
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
New Hampshire’s New (Proposed) Income Tax
The latest attempt to impose an income tax on New Hampshire comes hidden under the veil of the “how could anyone but a cold-hearted bastard vote against” HB HB628, AN ACT relative to a family and medical leave insurance program. | Keep Reading … Continue reading
HB 628: NH RINOS help NH Dems institute another Progressive Social program
This would be the Paid Family Leave Act – … The vote was 183 YEAS to 151 NAYS – with 33 RINOS voting with the Dems to put this on the back of the private sector. Sure, there were the usual suspects … Continue reading