Tag Archives: NH House

3 WAYS LAWMAKERS GET STUCK

… Some get stuck in the pride of the job in a good way, always striving to be attentive to the people they represent, but others in a bad way, so puffed up in their own minds that they cannot … Continue reading

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Medical Conscience Rights: Cornerstone Supports HB 1787-FN

On Tuesday, February 20, at 10:00 a.m., a House committee will consider HB 1787-FN. This bill would prohibit discrimination against health care providers who object on religious, moral, or ethical grounds to participating in providing or facilitating abortion, artificial contraception, or … Continue reading

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NH House Votes for Task Force to Aggressively Police Made Up Thing

Talk about virtue signaling. The New Hampshire House overwhelmingly passed a resolution this week (HCR13) condemning hate crimes and urging aggressive prosecution by law enforcement. | Read More at GraniteGrok.com

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HOUSE LEADERS REACT TO GOVERNORS STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS

CONCORD – New Hampshire House Speaker Gene Chandler (R-Bartlett) and House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) release statements following Governor Sununu’s State of the State Address. House Speaker Gene Chandler (R-Bartlett) “The governor put forward today an uplifting account of … Continue reading

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New Hampshire lawmakers narrowly reject 2nd effort to have state taxpayers contribute to local pensions

An effort to resurrect a bill that would put the state of New Hampshire on the hook for $171 million in local government employee pension contributions over the next four years was defeated by a single vote in the state’s … Continue reading

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These 21 New Hampshire House Republicans Don’t Just Want an Income Tax, They Saved It.

The Commerce Committee report on HB 628 was inexpedient to Legislate. Kill the bill, they said. We don’t want to add dozens of bureaucrats and a mechanism to tax income in New Hampshire. But the 21 Republicans pictured above voted against the … Continue reading

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N.H. House Passes Bill to Muzzle Therapists; It’s Time for Messages to Senate & Governor

The therapy ban has passed the New Hampshire House. Next stop: the Senate. The House passed HB 587 by a vote of 179-171 on February 8. See below for details of the vote. The measure seeks to prohibit licensed mental health professionals … Continue reading

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