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HB 383 would require passenger restraint use by all motor vehicle operators and passengers unless specifically exempt by law.
Amendment: The bill was amended to reduce the fines by 50%; $50 to $25 for the 1st offense and $100 to $50 for the 2nd or subsequent offense and is now a “secondary” offense.
This bill was LAID [...]
The NH House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee will be having a public hearing on Wednesday, April 29th in the Legislative Office Building at 1:30 PM for SB 5.
SB 5 would prohibit retailers from disclosing consumer information to foreign states in connection to the collection of sales and use taxes.
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April 26, 2009
Recent GOP right to know requests may put to the test our current right to know laws.
Aside from that it seems that Democrats cannot escape bathroom scandals. We recall when Governor Benson was accused of spending $250,000 to renovate a small bathroom the size of a closet in his office. The attack [...]