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So Kids, What Did We Learn From The NH House Session (02/25/21)?

We learned that sometimes it is wise to start out the day with a fresh start and a clearing of the air. That is what Speaker Packard did with a short and heartfelt  “personal privilege” speech beginning Day 2 at the Bedford Sportsplex.  He spoke about the unfortunate events which happened at the end of …

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Democrats not distning as they run away from their duty

NH Dems Create COVID19 Super-Spreader Event as They Storm Out of Today’s House Session (While Trying and Failing to Prevent a Quorum)

Democrats talk big about social distancing. The COVID19 voodoo that they do, if you like. But what happens when the parliamentary process does not go their way? They all get up and leave, hoping to prevent the body from having a quorum (that didn’t work) in a crowd, a year’s worth of ‘distancing rhetoric thrown …

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Why Hasn’t the Legislature Reclaimed Its Authority – What Are They Waiting for, Gov. Sununu’s Permission?

Under Sununu’s State of Emergency any law, even those passed over his veto, can be suspended by him by decree — as long as the Long Emergency continues in force. The NH legislative process is a sham until the Long Emergency is revoked, which, amazingly, can be done by the House and Senate by simple …

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Vote for Our Right to Kneel on the Public Sidewalk

Bill HB430, the buffer zone repeal bill, is up for a vote before the full NH House. It allows private abortion businesses to mark up to 25 feet of the public sidewalk and street outside their facility as a buffer zone where freedom of speech is banned, including silent prayer.

Legislation

HB544 Is A Good Idea But…

I like the idea of “HB544 – relative to the propagation of divisive concepts” but feel the concept cries out for legal attention. This bill is not well-drafted, is overly wordy, has conflicting provisions, even asserts authority over the “unconscious.”  The terms “diversity” and “inclusion” are used but not defined.  There are no legislative findings …

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