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So kids, what did we learn from Thursday’s House Session (5/23/19)?

We learned that if you ever need a dedicated and talented group of young people to post colors, then the Marine Corps Junior ROTC of Winnacunnet High School with Dasha Piotrowski singing our national anthem would be a fantastic choice! We learned that the House Majority Democrats continue their assault on educational choices as they …

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House Republican Leader: Hello, Income Tax. Goodbye, New Hampshire Advantage

Press Release | CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) reacted to a proposed non-germane amendment sponsored by Democrats in the Senate and House that would establish a 6.2% payroll tax on some earners in New Hampshire. Amendment 2019-2031s, which is being heard today at 1:00pm, proposes to impose a 6.2% state payroll tax …

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So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (5/8/19)?

For one thing, we learned that the Canadian Consul General lacks any kind of manners since he came to OUR House and criticized our President’s trade policies in his speech to the House. I mean really…. do you go to someone’s house and complain about how things are run at their house? No, you don’t. …

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Is Debra Altschiller the New Hampshire Dems’ Newest ‘Assault Rep?’

In case you missed it, Representative Debra Altschiller (D-Stratham) was accused of assaulting the Women’s Defense League’s Legislative Director, Susan Olsen after Altschiller’s Red Flag bill was retained by the Criminal Justice Committee rather than being passed out of the committee as Altschiller had expected. Olsen told the story to Skip Murphy. You can watch …

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So kids, what did we learn from today’s House Session (5/2)?

We learned that there will be no shortage of study committees during this biennium! The House passed yet another study bill. This one (SB139) will study options for lowering student debt and this comes on the heels of the House Finance Committee rejecting the Governor’s Budget which included a program to     (wait for …

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So kids, what did we learn from today’s House Session (4/11)?

Well, today was Budget Day in the House, and we learned how the House Democrat Majority and their Finance Committee took a perfectly reasonable and fiscally responsible budget presented by the Governor and turned it into an absolutely irresponsible tax and spend trainwreck. We started off playing really nicely together and voting for HB-25-A which …

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