Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Trump Puts 30% U.S. Tariff on Imported Solar Panels – China Moves Manufacturing to the US

by Steve MacDonald January 30, 2018

Democrats better hang on to their s**tholes because Trump just hit another one out of the park. Just one week after the Trump administration announced a massive 30% tariff on imported solar panels, one of China’s largest solar panel manufacturers announced plans to open a manufacturing plant in the United States. The company, JinkoSolar, said on Monday […]

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Support SB 395 – Access to Electronic Records Under the Right to Know Law

by Steve MacDonald January 30, 2018

Max Ledoux from Tuftonboro, New Hampshire has an excellent video testimony about SB 395, legislation that would, “…make clear statutorily that government entities can not charge for electronic copies, but would not change how the courts have already interpreted the existing Right to Know law.”

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An Ode to HB 628 -“You can opt-in any time you like, But you can never leave” [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald January 30, 2018

Inspired by my title for this article… and yes, it’s to the tune of Hotel California. In an old Concord building Legislators debate On the plan for insurance In HB 628 But the public has found out They should never relax What these legislators actually want Is an income tax

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Michelle Levell: Ask Your Legislators to Support School Choice

by Op-Ed January 30, 2018

By Michelle Levell The House Finance Committee is considering SB 193, the Education Savings Account bill, and we expect them to schedule a session soon to vote on it. We need people to write to the committee urging them to support this critical bill that empowers our most vulnerable children with educational opportunities. We’ve developed […]

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Is New Hampshire Ready For Another Unsustainable Social Experiment?

by Op-Ed January 30, 2018

By Len Turcotte There is a bill currently making its way through the legislative process in our state that should be of great concern to NH’s fiscally responsible and liberty-minded citizens. HB628 (Family Medical Leave Insurance) would implement a bureaucratic social scheme above and beyond the federal program that already exists. There are four main points […]

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