The New Hampshire Legislature, United States Congress, and, in particular, the Executive Branch of this Country are loaded to the gump stump with years of so-called experience, which in and of itself is a problem.
The people of this State need to contact their representatives and demand that these three questions be presented by Both Chambers of the legislature and submitted to the NH Supreme Court for an advisory opinion under the Constitution of NH Part II Article 74.
The House on Thursday rejected a Republican proposal to prevent significant business tax increases that are likely to hit on January 1. Unless legislators act between now and the end of the year, New Hampshire businesses that survive 2020 should prepare to begin paying higher tax rates in 2021.
The question, with the deadline for renewal approaching, was, “Given what we know now, Should Gov Sununu Extend the NH State of Emergency Another 21-Days?” Our response and the majority of yours was a resounding no.
Earlier in the week, the Governor’s Office announced a ban on gathering in groups of 50 or more people. This limitation was immediately challenged in court, and a judge has ruled in favor of the state.
The Democrat Majority New Hampshire House had to finish all its business by Thursday, March 12th. Because Democrats are incapable of running anything – unless you mean into the ground – they F-d it up. Some have since tried to blame Republicans.
Every year American Prosperity New Hampshire releases a scorecard. It’s a comprehensive look at how your State Representatives voted on a specific set of key issues. And this year’s report is now available.
This isn’t a sexy topic like stopping forced wage mandates. And it is not, to paraphrase Judge Napolitano, about how the right to bear arms is not a gift from the government that they can take away. But this veto needs to be sustained too!