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Dems Vote to Make Children Easy Prey while Criminalizing Law-abiding Granite Staters

Yesterday in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Democrats (and only Democrats) voted to pass House Bill 564 (HB 564), AN ACT relative to possession of firearms in safe school zones. This legislation will turn virtually all of New Hampshire into a gun free zone. This means that thousands upon thousands of law-abiding Granite Staters …

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Our Turn: “New Hampshire House will Not be a Soft Target”

by Jess Edwards Editorial Note: Kimberly Morin, writing earlier today, quoted an Op-Ed written by Republican Reps in the Concord Monitor Because the Concord Monitor has a “freemium” paywall (you get to see a limited number of articles per month and then you have to pay up!), we are presenting the Op-Ed in full for …

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Turn In Your Guns

Democrats removed a Constitutional Right from the NH House – what will they do to you?

by Rep. Jeanine Notter (Deputy Republican NH House Floor Leader) Merrimack The 166th New Hampshire State Legislature had its first Session for the new term on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.  Democrats in the NH House of Representatives now have the majority and their first order of business was to disarm the Representatives. I campaigned as a defender …

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Will a ‘no guns’ sticker protect State House?

“If the Democrats in the State House don’t trust their fellow legislators, do you think they trust you?… Why do they expect to be in fear of violence from their constituents? WARNING! The new Democrat majority in Concord is planning to assault your Constitution. They are planning to ban firearms from Representatives Hall and possibly …

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Overwhelming Bipartisan Defeat of Marsy’s Law in New Hampshire

Yesterday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted on the CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 22 (CACR 22), RELATING TO: rights for crime victims, also known as “Marsy’s Law.” In an overwhelming bipartisan defeat, the house voted 284 – 51 against Marsy’s Law and changing the New Hampshire Constitution. They also voted to “indefinitely postpone” this …

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Franklin Pierce Day in New Hampshire

“The only difference between a politician and a shopping cart is that a politician holds more liquor…” —Unknown House Bill 576 would establish  a “Franklin Pierce Day” in New Hampshire on Each November 23rd…the day following the anniversary of the death of another President. The bill states, The governor shall annually proclaim November 23rd as …

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Nothing Like a Meltdown During a Committee Hearing

“Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.”   —Benjamin Franklin  Meltdowns. Most people find them offensive and off-putting while I find myself amused by them. Admittedly, I am sometimes surprised…but mostly amused. Such was the case today, With House Criminal Justice and Safety Chair, Laura Pantelakos. Rep David Murotake (R) Nashua completed his testimony opposing …

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Adam Schrader, R-Newmarket: Conservative Alternatives to EPA Mandates for Great Bay

While on site at the RNC, I got the chance to chat with some of our NH delegates. Adam Schrader is currently a Republican Rep for Newmarket, and is running for re-election. We got talking about conservative alternatives to EPA mandates for problems like fertilizer runoff control in Great Bay, and I was intrigued – …

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