Judy Aron

Judy Aron

Judy Aron is a liberty lover and Constitutional Conservative who is unapologetically pro-Second Amendment. When she isn't doing something community or politically oriented she enjoys creating delicious food in her kitchen and gardening. She lives in a small town with her husband and their dog, and she keeps a flock of chickens around for fresh eggs and amusement. Some of the things Judy likes are Science Fiction, Catan, 60's/70's and Classical Music, Crafting and sharing a good laugh, but not necessarily in that order.

AllNighter

So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (03/12/20-03/13/20)?

We learned that House Minority Republicans have stamina and wisdom. They made certain that the work of the NH House got done for the people of NH and for the constituents that they serve.  They corrected the course of mismanagement of time and workload that was dealt to us by the House Majority Democrats who …

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Time

So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (03/05/20)?

We learned that the 37 bills that we spent time voting on today would have been all done on Feb 20th if we didn’t waste 4 hours on that day, at the Speaker’s discretion, reprimanding 8 legislators for not attending Sexual Harassment Training. Now we are behind in our schedule and we will have 350, …

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celebrations

So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (Morning: 02/20/20)?

We learned that in the morning some very good things took place.  So I will start with that. The Merrimack Delegation stood together to honor the late Hon. Pete Batula. He was a good man. May his memory be a blessing always. The House made note to honor Black History Month, with members of the …

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Danger Sign

So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (02/19/20)?

We learned that the Majority Party Democrats haven’t learned anything from last year’s session with regard to vetoed bills because some of them were back today with different bill numbers and nearly identical language. The result was passage in the NH House of these bills, but we all know that if they survive the NH …

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So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (02/13/20)?

We learned that the Legislature can come together to honor our fallen heroes. The New Hampshire Senate voted, 24-0, to adopt a joint resolution to grant New Hampshire Medal of Honor to Air Force Capt. Ryan S. Phaneuf of Hudson who died in an Afghanistan plane crash last month. The New Hampshire House unanimously voted …

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Gagged

HB1159 – The Public Gag Bill

The NH House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee is hearing HB 1159 – AN ACT relative to cyberbullying, cyberstalking, and doxxing of a public servant. SPONSORS: Rep. Diggs, Graf. 16; Rep. J. Schmidt, Hills. 28; Rep. W. Thomas, Hills. 21; Rep. Frost, Straf. 16; Rep. Altschiller, Rock. 19; Rep. Grossman, Rock. 18   This …

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NHSession

So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (01/09/20)?

We learned that despite a Democrat majority, the Republicans were able to help flip and table a handful of bills today thereby minimizing the damage of today’s list of horrible legislation. We tabled the dreadful Carbon Tax bill (HB735-FN-A), tabled the Road Usage Fee (HB478-FN-A) and passed the DWI Prohibition Bill (SB34). We also tabled …

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