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.

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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NH House

So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (01/08/20)?

We learned that the NH House lost a truly wonderful, educated and endearing State Representative. We all will miss Rep. Dick Marple and it was appropriate to take time to remember him during the start of session today and pass an unanimous resolution memorializing him and his accomplishments.  May his memory be a blessing always. …

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Sate Budget Bills

So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (06/27/19)?

We learned that even when the House and Senate sit down together in Committees of Conference to settle their disagreements on really bad legislation that the resulting legislation can still be really bad legislation, especially when it comes to our State’s Budget.  Proof that sometimes more than 2 heads are not better than one. We …

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

We learned that it can take a very long time to get everyone greeted and seated when our friends from the Senate Chamber next door come over for a joint session in the House. We spent a good portion of the morning on 200th State House Anniversary  “Old Home Day” festivities punctuated by a lovely …

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Collage Legislation Mad Hatter

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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