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NH State Senator Dan Feltes

Of course he did – which is why Feltes should never be allowed access to the Governor’s office.

Well ain’t this just dandy. First thought by NH Senator Dan Feltes (who is also running to be the next NH Governor + NH Rep Garrett Muscatel) is to run to Government and grab its magical Thor hammer (Thor’s was named Mjöllnir – Feltes’ is called Socialism’s Revenge) and start smacking around private enterprise: NH …

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NH rousing economy – NH GOP Chair Steve Stepanek

Concord, NH – NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding second quarter tax filings made by New Hampshire Employers: “Today is a good day for New Hampshire employers – thanks to Governor Sununu protecting the New Hampshire economy when he vetoed the disastrous Democrat budget. Granite State employers submitting their quarterly tax payments …

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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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Dan Feltes Income Tax

Dan Feltes’ Income tax

NH State Senator Dan Felts refuses to admit that his mandatory Paid Family Medical Leave act which will apply a 0.5% tax on a worker’s income, is just that – an income tax. And sooo…. The advertisement highlights Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes’ fervent support for the creation a mandatory income tax, hidden under the …

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