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N.H. House Votes Approaching

Update: a heavy House agenda and a session-shortening snowstorm have moved the votes on these bills to Thursday, March 15, 2018. Tuesday, March 6, begins what might be a three-day session for the New Hampshire House. The representatives have an … Continue reading

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N.H. House Votes This Week

Tuesday, March 6, begins what might be a three-day session for the New Hampshire House. The representatives have an agenda that’s about 150 pages long. And yes, there’s a snowstorm in the forecast, as if the schedule weren’t already dicey … Continue reading

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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

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New Hampshire lawmakers duel over lowering corporate jet fees

The NH House and Senate each have passed bills cutting fees on expensive corporate jets, but the House measure would pay for the cuts by more than doubling the aviation fuel tax while the Senate would have the state Department … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of March 5, 2018

The legislature has its winter break this week and will resume the week of March 5. All of our bills have been exec’d in committees and several will likely have votes in the NH House of Representatives at their next … Continue reading

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The Trans-Bill is Back and There’s Gonna Be Trouble…

The Trans-Bill is back (HB 1319) as Kimberly Morin joins me to talk about the legislation, how it threatens actual rights, violates women’s privacy, carves out special exceptions, and why we don’t even need it. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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House votes to ban sobriety checkpoints

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Police would no longer be allowed to set up sobriety checkpoints under a bill passed by lawmakers in the New Hampshire House. The bill’s supporters argued that checkpoints are inefficient and said that according to one … Continue reading

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House votes to cut R and D tax cap to hike interest and dividends tax deductions

The NH House has voted to roll back the research and development tax credit for businesses in order to increase interest and dividend tax deductions for individuals. The House voted 182-143 on Thursday to OK House Bill 1554 at the … Continue reading

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House Passes Bill to Allow Entertainers to Drink Alcohol

ONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire House has passed legislation that would allow workers to drink on the job, in very limited circumstances. The bill was approved Thursday. It would allow entertainers and dancers in establishments that serve alcoholic beverages to … Continue reading

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A Great Day at the New Hampshire House

Thursday 2-22-2018 was a great day at the NH State House. One year ago today Constitutional Carry was signed by Governor Chris Sununu. That is me hugging the Governor.  If Gramma is late on her property taxes her interest reduction bill … Continue reading

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