CNHT vs. Voter Fraud

Coalition of NH Taxpayers v. Voter Fraud Last year, a court case was brought in Strafford County Superior Court which altered our NH elections in favor of illegal non-resident voting. The Coalition of NH Taxpayers has been ringing the bell since 2000 about voter fraud...

Voter ID Bill Under Fire

Last week, the House and Senate conferees adopted an agreement that impacts current Voter ID law. The report proposes to again include student IDs as a form of acceptable identification. Current legislation allows for voter identification using a drivers license, a...

Bill Updates

Some of the things legislators voted to do: – Kill the repeal of the business tax credit system for school choice – Kill the Democrat gas tax increase – Kill the Democrat tobacco tax increase – Stop the re-implementation of the job-killing...

CNHT Needs Bill Reviewers, Trackers

CNHT is looking for volunteers to track NH legislation, alert us to when the bills will be heard before House and Senate committees, and ultimately, when they will be voted upon by both full bodies. The best way to prepare for this task is to become trained in bill...

Too Many Questions Remain on SB 11

Although SB 11 has passed the Senate, it is still being considered in the House and won’t be subject to a full vote until May 22, 2013. The bill was sponsored by Sen. Stiles, Dist 24; Sen. Prescott, Dist 23; Rep. Abrami, Rock 19; Rep. Copeland, Rock 19; Rep....

SB 48 Out of Committee

SB48 passed the House Ed Committee. The good news is that both the Democrats and Republicans had ISSUES with the idea of ASSESSING student “dispositions”. That word was removed with an amendment. Unfortunately schools will be labeled “Priority”...