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.

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So Kids, What Did We Learn From Friday’s NH House Session (04/09/21)?

We learned that it took us a full day from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm to get through 33 House bills. All were recommended by their committee as Ought To Pass (OTP) by their respective committees, except for the last 3 bills that were recommended as Inexpedient To Legislate (ITL) by their respective committees.

Bedford Sportsplex

So Kids, What Did We Learn From Thursday’s NH House Session (04/08/21)?

We learned that it took us a full day from 9am to 7pm to get through 51 House bills recommended as Ought To Pass (OTP) by their respective committees. They were from Criminal Justice (5), Education (12), Election Law (10), Executive Departments and Administration (8), Health Human and Elderly Services (8), and Judiciary (8).

House Calendar, NH House

So Kids… What Did We Learn From Wednesday’s House Session (4/7/21)?

We learned that Wednesday was House Budget Day. The NH House spent the better part of Wednesday passing a budget that kept Republican campaign promises. We passed HB1 and HB2, the budget bill and trailer bill, which effectively utilized tax dollars, and cut back government spending while cutting taxes.

Handheld voting

So Kids, What Did We Learn From The NH House Session (02/25/21)?

We learned that sometimes it is wise to start out the day with a fresh start and a clearing of the air. That is what Speaker Packard did with a short and heartfelt  “personal privilege” speech beginning Day 2 at the Bedford Sportsplex.  He spoke about the unfortunate events which happened at the end of …

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So Kids, What Did We Learn From Convening Day In The NH House (01/06/21)?

We learned that Republican leadership can make lemonade out of lemons. After being denied use of indoor facilities at UNH because of COVID concerns and some bogus notion that members of the House booze it up during House session, they were creative in putting together a “drive-in” parking lot session. Even though we started 1 …

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A Response to Rep. Lucy McVitty Weber’s Partisan Attack

After reading Rep. Lucy McVitty Weber’s op-ed (see below) which was unsurprisingly a partisan attack piece, I’d like to set the record straight.  She is accurate in saying that legislating in these times has been challenging. The challenge has mostly been how to deal with people who balk at the NH House doing anything other …

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Organization Day

So Kids, What Did We Learn From Organization Day at the NH House (12/02/20)?

We learned that having Organization Day for the NH Legislature is non-negotiable. Holding Organization Day is required by our NH State Constitution. The General Court meets to organize itself on the first Wednesday of December in each even numbered year. On Organization Day all members present are sworn in by the Governor, in the presence …

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