The Speaker of the New Hampshire House, Stephen Shurtleff removed Rep. John Burt from the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee. It seems Representative Burt had and expressed some concerns about the management of New Hampshire Fish and Game.
You’ll remember just last week Representative Tamara Le, D-North Hampton, went on a Facebook tirade that ended with “F*** private and religious schools.” After the story was brought to you by GraniteGrok and NH Journal (who first broke the story,) over 600 petitions demanding Le’s removal from the Education Committee were delivered to Speaker Shurtleff …
We had our share of technical challenges today. So, streaming the NHGOP Republican State Committee Meeting did not happen. Instead, we did some “live” blogging and Facebook updates. We reported the winners of the elections the moment they were announced. And Skip recorded some interviews and captured the speechifying of the new party leadership. Those …
House Rep. John Burt talks about the media, constitutional carry, what a waste of space Washington DC is, and his next run for public office. Should he run for Congress, challenge Democrat Lou D’Allesandro for the NH State Senate, or how about staying in the NH House and running for Speaker?
From Jan 14th, 2014 – Rep. Jane Cormier discusses a bill to undercut the abusive power of unelected regional planning commissions. We’ve also got Rep. John Burt, and Max Abramson joins us to discuss charges of police brutality.
In hour two we are joined by New Hampshire House Rep. John Burt, and Senior Writer for National Journal – John Judis.
New Hampshire House Representative John Burt interviews NH House Rep and former New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O’Brien about the new session, proposed laws, Rule 63, and more…(Links to all the discussion topics available here.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HySDVvtN9WU
Indeed – Question 13 and closing candidate remarks from the Question 13: “What would you do so that the Veterans finally get a full service VA here in NH?“ Closing remarks by Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith, vying to become the Republican nominee for NH Governor: