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On Wednesday, 6-1-2011 the NH Senate is scheduled to vote on HB 146. HB 146 is designed so that jurors are notified of their rights to judge the application of a law prior to deciding a case.
On 5-26-2011 the NH Senate Judiciary Committee voted HB 146 Inexpedient to Legislate (ITL) by a vote of 2-2.
Next week the NH Senate will vote on HB 164. HB 164 gives the legislators the authority to vote on Common Core Standards (National Standards) WE FULLY SUPPORT THIS BILL. The UNelected Board of Ed voted IN Common Core Standards last year for New Hampshire which erodes local control. Some of [...]
Not a single education bill protecting parental rights has passed this year despite an overwhelming Republican majority and a supportive GOP party platform. What is the problem?
From this week’s Senate Calendar:
HB 429, permitting a child 16 years of age or older to withdraw from school with parental permission. Inexpedient to Legislate, Vote [...]