Legisaltion

New Hampshire Democrats Oppose ‘Common Sense’ Gun Legislation.

by Steve MacDonald April 13, 2018

The New Hampshire House voted 184-146 to advance Senate Bill 500, housekeeping legislation meant to clean up the language in firearms statutes in the GraniteState. Unlike the State Senate where approval was unanimous SB500 did not garner overwhelming bipartisan support in the NH House. In fact, it received very little support from House Democrats with […]

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Farmington NH High School Lets a Left Wing Activist Propagandize Kids in the Classroom

by Steve MacDonald December 11, 2017

On November 28th the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union shared news on Facebook about ACLU Community Organizer Daniel Pontoh’s presentation to Farmington High School students. The subject was social justice activism, and how they can create the change they wish to see in the world and in NH with the passage of the Transgender Bill […]

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Questions Relating to SB 11

by Steve MacDonald May 10, 2013

Senate Bill 11 made its way to the House consent Calendar without resistance.  It was there that it the bill was then pulled from consent and  briefly debated the following day, and put on probation for two weeks.  It will be back. But how did it get as far as it did given language so […]

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