school boards

NH Progressive Senators on school nurses- “local control is fine” (but only as long as you agree with us!)

by Skip April 13, 2018

 State Senate refuses to roll back school nurse requirements NH State Senator Woodburn basically just said exactly that about who controls the standards for school nurses: “We need to have school nurses who are on top of the details and know what’s going on,” said Sen. Jeff Woodburn, D-Whitefield, in opposition to the rollback. “We […]

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ANTI-School Safety Proponents Push Gun Control in NH Education Bill

by Kimberly Morin March 13, 2018

Today, a hearing was held before the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee on an amendment to Senate Bill 357 (SB 357 – irony noted), AN ACT relative to safe school zones and relative to syringe service programs. The purpose of the legislation appears to allow a syringe program if requested by a school district. Democrat […]

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Firearms Season, Camera Ready, Gruber, Diminished Obama, John Stephen, and so on…

by Steve MacDonald November 16, 2014
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Segment one is always a cornucopia of conversations, a political potpourri, packed into a roughly 25 minute round-table relay.  This week is no exception.  We’ve got ‘Firearms Season,’ Jimmy Pindell goes to print, those among us who are not ‘camera ready,’ Jonathan Gruber as poster-child for the left and its fascistic regulatory state, the diminished […]

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HB1279 – “AN ACT relative to voting rights of certain budget committee members”

by Skip January 28, 2012

From the text of the bill (actually, this is pretty much most of it):  1 Budget Committee Membership. Amend RSA 32:15, I(b) to read as follows: (b) One member of the governing body of the municipality and, if the municipality is a town, one member of the school board of each school district wholly within […]

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