New Hampshire

Did You Know Supreme Court Nominee Gordon MacDonald Supports a STATE Constitutional Right to Abortion?

This: Actually, Roe -with its trimester scheme for abortion: abortion on demand in 1st trimester; only regulations to protect mother’s health in 2nd trimester; restrictions/prohibitions on abortion with exceptions for “health of mother” in 3rd trimester- was replaced in 1992 by Planned Parenthood vs. Casey’s “undue burden” standard. But I digress. The thing to keep …

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NH Judge Rules Pistol/Revolver Licenses Do Not Require ‘Issuing Authority’ Signature

Today, in a court case at Rockingham County Court, Judge Marguerite Wageling ruled that signatures of the issuing authority (mayor, police chief or selectman) are not required on pistol/revolver licenses. The case was brought by Cheryl Dean of Northwood against Northwood’s Chief of Police, Glendon Drolet, because Drolet refused to sign Dean’s renewed pistol/revolver license. …

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Stop Calling It an “Independent Redistricting Commission” … It’s Anything But

So I saw this tweet from NHPR (which should be NHDR as in New Hampshire Democrat Radio) this morning: Other “press” have described it the same way, as have the bill’s (HB 706) supporters. They are NOT telling the truth. Here is how the members of the commission are chosen: 662-B:2  Eligibility to Serve on …

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Say Hello to the Claremont Income Tax … and Thank You to our Wonderful Attorney General

So last week, a single Superior Court Judge decided he was the State’s Education-Czar and implicitly ordered -while, of course, claiming he was doing no such thing- the State to -at a minimum- triple spending on public education … which would require a massive expansion in spending by State government (at least an additional $1.6 …

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Meet the GOP Reps Who Voted to Raise the SOLAR-SUBSIDY TAX

Governor Sununu recently vetoed HB 365, which raises the Solar-Subsidy Tax. Here is part of his veto-message: I probably disagree with Sununu more often than I agree with him. But he is absolutely right about HB 365. Here is a pithy summary of how the subsidy -which is euphemistically called “net metering”- works: Forty-three states …

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