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NH House Will No Longer pay ‘Dues’ to the National Council of State Legislatures

Speaker Gene Chandler announced yesterday that the New Hampshire House would no longer support the National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL). What was the last straw? The NCSL’s support for the internet sales tax. New Hampshire is very proud to have no sales tax. Our retail business community thrives as a result of our no …

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Tim Vendt Announces Candidacy for the NH House – Boscawen (Merrimack County Dist. 8)

By Tim Vendt – Candidate, NH House. I have been a resident of New Hampshire for fifty-seven years, moving to Twin Mountain in 1961 at the age of five when my parents moved there from Massachusetts. I joined the US Navy in 1975 after graduating from High School in 1974 (White Mountains Regional High School) …

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Kevin Miller: There is One Word that Truly Describes Steve Shurtleff…Charlatan

By Kevin Miller House Minority Leader Stephen Shurtleff bashed Republican leadership for not passing gun control laws to “make our schools safer.” Such attacks on Republican leaders are slander. Republican leaders *are* passing legislation expressly for making our schools safer, but not how Shurtleff wants it done. When Stephen Shurtleff took office, he swore to …

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NH Republicans Decide The Hill to Die on is Letting Men Use the Ladies Room

Why are the illuminated Establishment political lights in the NHGOP and GOP, several of whom should know better, pitching a cultural Marxist progressive issues “tent” in front of legislators and elected Republican Delegates when the electorate is more interested in expanding jobs, protecting tax reform, economic growth, and national security issues with a local impact like the opioid …

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Drunken Senate Binge-Spends ‘Surplus,’ Asks House to Go Along

So much for the Senate being the more tempered and ‘August’ body of any legislature. Ours just took one look at the surplus I discussed here and went on a spending spree. CONCORD ­— It started as a routine bill to create the position of state demographer, but has turned into what some are calling …

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NH House Rejects Marsy’s Law 284-51

The New Hampshire House today overwhelmingly rejected CACR22, even after millions of dollars and 12 lobbyists worked the legislature and the state for months to push the constitutional amendment. 284-51 is quite a beating. Governor Sununu, who is reportedly a big fan, is said to have also been lobbying for the measure. Someone might want to see who in …

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Gun Bill Clears Hurdle in New Hampshire House

Susan Olsen has an update on SB500 which finally cleared a committee hurdle in the New Hampshire House and could get a floor vote next week. For more ways to listen visit the original blog post, here.

The Slings and Arrows of a Citizen Legislature

Susan Olsen shares her experience with a NH House committee and a simple piece of legislation and how having a citizen legislature, while necessary to a free and prosperous people, can (sometimes) be a serious pain in the ass. Visit the blog page of this podcast for more ways to listen.