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So, the NH Senate wishes to place ANOTHER unfunded mandate on towns and cities?

[Art.] 28-a. [Mandated Programs.] The state shall not mandate or assign any new, expanded or modified programs or responsibilities to any political subdivision in such a way as to necessitate additional local expenditures by the political subdivision unless such programs or responsibilities are fully funded by the state or unless such programs or responsibilities are approved …

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Uh-oh! Did somebody forget to pay their domain registration bill?

BUMPED from 6/6/2012.  Moron. Better stuff coming back in a while – VOTE Bill Kuch! Somebody wasn’t paying attention to details, were they?  It does happen – and it more often than some folks will admit to.  However, this is not what I expected to see when I went over to David Boutin’s NH Senate …

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CNHT Taxpayer Family Reunion Picnic – the NH State Senate candidates edition

Five (out of the possible 24 NH State Senate District) candidates showed up (listed alphabetically): Gary Daniels is running for NH State Senate District 11. Carla Gericke is running in NH State Senate District 20 Dan Hynes is running for NH State Senate District 9. Bill Kuch is running for NH State Senate District 16. …

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Guest Post: Vote NO on HB 664, a NH Vaccine Tax Assessment

From Laura Condon – Vote NO on HB 664, a NH Vaccine Tax Assessment  (via Facebook) There is a little-known vaccine tax assessment bill, HB 664 an act relative to the NH Vaccine Association working its way through the NH legislature that will impose a new, limitless tax assessment on every self-insured business and municipality in …

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House Bill 135 Is All But Dead

Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws. —Plato Senator Sharon Carson (R) Dist. 14, Chair, Senate Judiciary (Londonderry), sent me a message yesterday afternoon that the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 4-1 on HB 135 to recommend, “Inexpedient to Legislate…”  legislative …

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GrokWatch: So, has AutoServ of Tilton added a new line of cars: “Politicized”??? And what else are those cars being used for?

There are two folks running in NH State Senate District 7 in which I reside: Republican Josh Youssef  and Democrat Andrew Hosmer.  We did endorse Josh in the Primary and believe him to be a better candidate still than Hosmer – a Progressive big-taxer centralizing-power Democrat. While Josh is an entrepreneur, Hosmer married into the family …

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GraniteGrok Endorsement – NH State Senate District 23, 11, and 29: Dennis Acton, Dan Dwyer, Phil Greazzo

As I said it my last post, it’s time to hurry up and get these out before it is too late.  In finishing up in the NH State Senate races, we are making two endorsements: District 23: Dennis Acton Reduce and eliminate burdensome taxes and regulations to create jobs here in NH. Fight federal health …

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GrokTV Special Interview-NH State Senator Andy Sanborn (District 9) – Question 6 – Why hasn’t anyone already streamlined NH State Agencies?

In our last question, we were curious to see why Andy Sanborn thought about State Government and if the State Agencies in the Executive Branch were doing the right things and in the right ways.  Continuing on in that vein, we then extended that question to try to understand why no one else had yet …

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