Back just in the nick of tie – Intro Ceremonies. Let’s see what the NH House will / won’t do, right?
UPDATE and BUMPED: Normal House Rules were NOT suspended. *****
(3) Vetoes Sustained: SB74, SB100. SB148
(1) Vetoes Overridden: SB88
Suspend the rules: HB3A, HB4 – motion / vote to suspend the rules to consider these bills. Dick Hinch states that the Republicans are not supporting them and that the original bills were vetoed by the Governor and they will not support this end run that only arrived yesterday morning. No time for public debate and no information session. Do it the right way. Yea: 210 Nay: 147 Motion fails (needs 2/3rds vote)
HB226: Enrolled bill, amendment. Bill changes requirements for teacher not being re-appointed. This is to fix something out that weren’t when the bill was passed. Yea: 211 Nay: 145 Amendment is adopted
SB74: Shoveling more money (40% increase) to LCHIP (taking land out of commercial reach). After all, it’s only a “coupla cups of coffee” per transaction…. (Governor’s veto was overridden in the NH Senate: Yea: 17 Nay: 7). This vote in the NH House: Yea: 221 Nay: 143 Veto is sustained
SB88: relative to registry identification cards under the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes law. The Senate overrode the Governor’s veto. This vote in the NH House: Yea: 238 Nay: 117 Veto is overridden
SB100: Employers can’t do a criminal background check before hiring someone (Senate overrode the Governor’s veto). This vote in the NH House: Yea: 210 Nay: 148 Veto is sustained.
SB148: Provide written notice to a prospective public employee candidate to see how much joining a union would cost. It ALSO would broach said employee’s personal information / privacy automatically to the union (Senate overrode the Governor’s veto). This vote in the NH House: Yea: 218 Nay:139 Veto is sustained.