Tag Archives: State House

Victims’ Rights Enhance the Power of the State at the Expense of the Accused.

The focus of Marsy’s Law on providing victims’ rights against the accused (and in support of the government’s prosecutorial power) runs contrary to the whole notion of why the Bill of Rights was enshrined in the New Hampshire Constitution over two … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of January 8, 2018

Welcome to the start of the 2018 legislative session! The Senate and House Education Committees kick off with full schedules of public hearings. We are monitoring several bills and those will include our analysis and recommendations.  | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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N.H. State House Leaders To Lobbyists: You’re Covered By Anti-Harassment Policies, Too

All State House lobbyists got a first-of-its-kind letter from leaders of the New Hampshire House and Senate last week, detailing the Legislature’s sexual harassment policies and reporting procedures. Its message was simple: Lobbyists should know they’re covered by those policies, too, and … Continue reading

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Mysterious Vault in New Hampshire Statehouse to Be Opened

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A mysterious vault that has been locked for about 70 years is finally being opened at the New Hampshire Statehouse. The 6-by-10-foot space is at the top of a narrow spiral staircase in the back of Room 103, … Continue reading

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See which Manchester Reps didn’t sign sex harassment policy

MANCHESTER, NH – Ten Manchester state legislators are among those who have not yet signed a form acknowledging they’ve read the official Statehouse 2016  sexual harassment policy, according to an NHPR report. The nine-page form, which defines sexual harassment as unwelcome sexual advances, … Continue reading

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Rally Against Hate, Vigil, Planned at Statehouse

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A “Granite State Against Hate Rally and Vigil” in response to the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, is scheduled at New Hampshire‘s Statehouse. The rally, followed by a candlelight vigil, is scheduled for 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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NH: Officials explain why they get special state house entrance

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What NH Democrats Really Mean When They Claim “Rape Culture” is “Pervasive” at State House

According to Democrat State Representative, Debra Altschiller, “… rape culture is pervasive at the State House.”  She defines “rape culture” as “a society or environment whose prevailing social attitudes have the effect of normalizing or trivializing sexual assault and abuse.”  Altschiller claims … Continue reading

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Union Thuggery -Coming Soon To A State House near You.

I was just thinking back to all the loose talk from the left about ending the gun ban in the New Hampshire State House. How they imagined someone just unloading over testimony supporting same sex marriage–to use one example–kids getting cut down in the cross-fire. And how they fell over themselves trying to scare parents into keeping their children from ever visiting the place because it was now just too dangerous. Continue reading

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A Compromise?

There is a very touching bit of sympathy-searching in the Union Leader’s My Turn editorial today. Eric Merklin, husband of State House Rep Tara Sad (D-Walpole) cranks up the left wing fantasy-template on State House violence and goes fishing. Continue reading

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