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Marilinda Garcia – In Support of a Veto Override on HB 1679

After the Union Leader tricked me yesterday (corrected here), I felt compelled to share the actual remarks from Republican House Rep Marilinda Garcia, in her support to overturn the Veto on HB 1679, the ban on Partial Birth Abortion in New Hampshire. As I should have known all along, she and I are in complete …

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“NH House Redistricting Plan Stands” – But Steve, I object!

>> The correct word for that particualr [sic] vintage is stooge.” While I loved the Three Stooges growing up,  am not thinking that I am a “stooge” in this regard.  However, I’m not happy with the redistricting as it affects my town of Gilford.  We have sufficient residents, 7400, to have rated 2 NH House …

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GrokTV Special Interview: Rep. John Hikel for NH Senate – Question 10 – Contrast yourself with the incumbent, Senator Lou D’Allesandro?

And the last question in our series of spotlighting John Hikel – If current NH State Senator Lou D’Allesandro is your opponent in the General election, how would you contrast yourself with him? Previous Questions: Question 1– Has it been everything you thought in the House?  glad you put the time in?  Best part of …

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GrokTV Special Interview: Rep. John Hikel for NH Senate – Question 9 – A Primary? And then who in the General election?

Next to last question in this series with John Hikel who has decided to forgo a relatively safe seat in the NH House to “move up” to the NH Senate.  As with most politicians, he is facing an election and in his case, two.  Here, he talks about the probably Primary he will have to …

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GrokTV Special Interview: Rep. John Hikel for NH Senate – Question 8 – Created in the House but what happened in the Senate?

One of the very puzzling (and often, very frustating) things that has happened this session between the NH House and the NH Senate is the amount of bills passed by overwhelmingly by the supermajority of Republican in the House getting tabled or voted down by the supermajority of Republicans in the NH Senate.  GraniteGrok asked …

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Who Wants Partial Birth Abortion?

The New Hampshire House voted to ban partial birth abortion today (HB 1679).  For those unfamiliar, Partial birth abortion is exactly what the term infers.  The baby is partially born before its abortionist-induced termination.  What this actually is, is abortion at birth, and if it was done without consent, even liberals would call it murder.  …

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Emerson’s Boo-Hoo Towel Bill Goes Down in Flames

Consider it settled.  Debating at the grown-ups table, at least for the remainder of the 2012 session of the New Hampshire House, will not be misconstrued as “bullying.”  HB 1533, an Act to turn heated State House debate you disagree with into a crime punishable with up to a $2500.00 fine, was killed 224-78. (That’s …

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