Friday, March 10, 2017

Students of the past – and their domicile

by Ed Naile March 10, 2017

NH is not the first state to grapple with how to handle student voters from out-of-state. Those who want to enhance their non-resident votes by taking advantage of our election in a swing state have powerful friends in office, in the courts, and media who don’t mind helping one political party over another. The only […]

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Costs of Health Care, College Tuition vs. Cell Phones, Televisions

by Scott Morales March 10, 2017

As the GOP-ers are bandying on about the new health care plan which looks remarkably like the old health care plan which was decried by the same people pushing the new health care plan, I thought I’d toss this out for some to chew on. Below is a nice instructive graphic from a few years […]

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Keeping Men out of the Ladies Room is a Partisan Issue in New Hampshire (Roll Call Included)

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2017

Yesterday the New Hampshire House had the opportunity to vote on HB478, an unnecessary piece of legislation that purported to create rights for people who already had them. What it actually did was advance the Democrat-Socialist deconstruction of sexuality by making it illegal to dismiss men from any accommodation on public or private property that previously […]

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The Fate of The Bathroom Bill (HB478) in Two Pictures

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2017

The Bathroom Bill was tabled yesterday, as promised by Republican Leadership. Efforts to resurrect it failed. Check back; Roll Calls to follow.

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