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The GOP Reps on House Election Law Are Incorrigible Quislings

This: This bill, as I noted in a previous post, eliminates the power of the voters to have any say in redistricting by giving all the power over redistricting to the Party Bosses, by allowing them to hand-pick the members of the redistricting commission. The rank-and-file legislators can only give a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down …

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Democrats Finally Admit Their Budget Raises Taxes

Last Friday, Governor Sununu met with Democrat leaders to talk about the continuing budget impasse.  Today is day 46 of the state operating under a continuing resolution, for those keeping score at home, and the Democrats really had some wild ideas on how to solve the budget veto.

What If They Failed To Pass A Budget, And Nobody Cared Or Even Noticed?

So Governor Sununu vetoed the budget passed by the Democrat legislature, which I often refer to as the #SocialistBudget: It would have been nice if Sununu had also given as a reason for the veto that the #SocialistBudget would force taxpayers to pay for abortions, but I suppose that wouldn’t be “woke” and Team-Sununu is …

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New Hampshire’s Budget Voodoo Path to Expanded “Expanded Medicaid”

On Saturday I referenced the passage of expanded Medicaid out of the State Senate. The new Bradley-Care Bill, SB313, complete with a new and improved five-year plan (instead of two, cue the Soviet national anthem) got the yeah votes of every Democrat in the New Hampshire Senate and seven out of fourteen “Republicans.” The chief …

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Concord Legislators Try To “DC” New Hampshire’s Tax Code

In a staff editorial today the Union Leader points out how a series of bills promoted as tax cuts (by Democrats) aren’t tax cuts at all; which is why some Republicans are voting against them. The Democratic approach would be to keep tax rates high, but carve out ways for taxpayers to avoid them. SB …

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