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Where’s the Veto Pen? Abortion Insurance Mandate Going to Governor

Excerpted from Leaven for the Loaf: The New Hampshire House voted today to concur with the Senate’s abortion insurance mandate. Following an administrative procedure known as enrollment, HB 685 will go to Governor Chris Sununu. He has not indicated whether he will sign or veto the measure. The Governor’s office can be reached at (603) 271-2121. …

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Gov. Sununu Needs to Veto Every Democrat Omnibus Bill that Reaches His Desk

New Hampshire’s Democrat majority has a mess on their hands. All these crazy left-wing bills and no time for hearings, debate, or the legal, legislative process Not that they care what you think. To resolve this logjam, they are pig-piling them into “omnibus bills,” passing them on party-line vote. Gov. Sununu, needs to say no.

The Pre-Emptive Veto

There’s a lot of talk lately about how the House wasted time on some pointless reprimands, and consequently everything is behind schedule.  However, this represents a small fraction of a much larger slice of time that gets wasted in every session, but especially in sessions — like the current one — where the legislative and …

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Democrats Campaign for Sununu

Democrats Campaign for Sununu ahead of State of the State

First off, let me remind Governor Sununu to use the word ‘beclown’ in his State of the State. Pet mission. Secondly, thank you to the Democrats for continuing to campaign for Sununu by reminding the electorate all he did to protect the New Hampshire Advantage and the Live Free or Die State. Ahead of today’s …

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NH House

So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (01/08/20)?

We learned that the NH House lost a truly wonderful, educated and endearing State Representative. We all will miss Rep. Dick Marple and it was appropriate to take time to remember him during the start of session today and pass an unanimous resolution memorializing him and his accomplishments.  May his memory be a blessing always. …

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