NH Democrat Party says you won’t care

August 6, 2009 Union Leader More than $300 million in tax and fee hikes isn’t ‘major’? On Sunday, New Hampshire Democratic Party spokesman Victoria Bonney was quoted in this newspaper as saying the current $110 million hole in the state budget will...

NH budget can’t use malpractice fund

July 30, 2009 Seacoast Online CONCORD — A judge has rejected the state’s claim on a $110 million surplus in a fund that underwrites malpractice insurance. The state counted on $65 million of the money to help balance the budget in the fiscal year that just ended...

Another Set of NH Laws Begins Taking Effect

July 23, 2009 NH Business Review The New Hampshire Legislature’s business might have ended in June, but much of the business legislation approved last session is just taking effect. A number of bills, signed or allowed to go into law last week were effective...

Why NH’s Budget Should Concern You

July 23, 2009 Seacoast Online Now that the budget has been signed in Concord, we are led to believe by our Democrat legislators and leaders that we can all breathe a sigh of relief since the final budget is reasonable, responsible and balanced. Not withstanding the...

NH Human Rights Commission (HB 686)

HB 686 limits the complainant’s right to remove the case for jury trial to superior court in a case before the human rights commission. The Senate hearing will be at 3:15 PM, Statehouse Room 103. In the meantime, please email or call the members of the Senate...

Taxes and More Taxes (HB 2)

HB2, the companion bill to the state budget, is not only fiscally irresponsible during these difficult economic times, but it calls for many radical tax hikes that will affect every family in New Hampshire. Specifically, HB2: *Calls for a NEW Capital Gains Tax of 5%...