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NH Speaker of the House removes state rep from committee for expressing free speech

Vengeance is mine, sayeth the Speaker of the New Hampshire House. Three-term State Representative, James Spillane took to social media recently and posted a photo of a dead squirrel to gain reactions from vegans and leftists. It is important to note that Rep. Spillane killed the squirrel because it was eating eggs, breaking into fencing, …

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For Immediate Release: House Republicans Oppose Democrat Budget, Will Support Veto

Press Release | CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued a statement at the conclusion of Wednesday’s budget bill committee of conference meeting. “You may hear Democrats championing this budget as some sort of breakthrough, but let me tell you, it is rife with policy and gimmicks that put New Hampshire on a …

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So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (06/13/19)?

We learned that the NH State House of Representatives can still concur on really bad legislation even when voting stations are inoperative. All it takes is a head count of yeas and nays for a division vote or the Speaker determining the winning decision via voice vote.  Roll call votes are a bit more tricky …

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NH House Democrats Vote to Punish Low and Unskilled Workers

In the free market need, experience, employee availability, number of “qualified” potential applicants, and the job itself (among other factors) define what an hour of labor in any given occupation is worth. Employees and employers are free to negotiate that. But the Democrat lead NH House knows better.

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So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (06/05/19)?

We learned that there are some very musically talented people in our House Chamber as demonstrated by Rep. Jerry Stringham who did an amazing job of singing the National Anthem for us today. We learned that a grand array of awful legislation can, and does, get passed not only by the House, but in the …

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Grafton Dem Holds All Gun Owners ‘Responsible’ and ‘Accountable’ for the Actions of Killers

Within seconds after the horrific mass killing in a Virginia Beach Municipal Building, the gun control crowd reared their ugly, ignorant, hateful heads and dipped their hands in the blood of the victims to push gun control in order to create even more victims. Before even knowing any of the details of the killings or …

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So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (5/23/19)?

We learned that if you ever need a dedicated and talented group of young people to post colors, then the Marine Corps Junior ROTC of Winnacunnet High School with Dasha Piotrowski singing our national anthem would be a fantastic choice! We learned that the House Majority Democrats continue their assault on educational choices as they …

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House Republican Leader: Hello, Income Tax. Goodbye, New Hampshire Advantage

Press Release | CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) reacted to a proposed non-germane amendment sponsored by Democrats in the Senate and House that would establish a 6.2% payroll tax on some earners in New Hampshire. Amendment 2019-2031s, which is being heard today at 1:00pm, proposes to impose a 6.2% state payroll tax …

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