How Your State Reps Voted February 14, 2019

Here is how the parties voted in the NH Legislature as of February 14, 2019 HB497-0113h, reducing the statewide property tax. Did not pass. 100% of Democrats voted to Kill. 94% of Republicans voted to Pass. HB185, reducing the interest & dividends tax. Killed....

How Your State Reps Voted January 31, 2019

Here is how the parties voted in the NH Legislature as of January 31, 2019 HB282, requiring Fish&Game officers, like all other officers, to have a warrant before they can search a boat, car, or person. Killed. 98% of Democrats voted to Kill. 85% of Republicans...

YES on HCR 1 to Stop the Con-Con

Support New Hampshire’s Rescission Resolution Currently introduced in the New Hampshire General Court is House Concurrent Resolution 1 – “A RESOLUTION rescinding all requests by the New Hampshire legislature for a federal constitutional...

HB 104 Would Overrule Local Zoning Laws

HB 104 would establish an ‘ad hoc’ board or commission at the state level for the purpose of allowing developers to appeal local zoning decisions without going to court. This would set a bad precedent in that it would take away the right of the people of a...

Court Review of NH Election Law Legislation

To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile 8 North Main St. Concord, NH 03301 Re: Court Review of NH Election Law Legislation Date: May 29, 2018 MEMORANDUM OF LAW Statement of Facts: New Hampshire has a practice of...

Right-to-Know Law (RSA 91-A) Updated

From our friends at the Right to Know NH group. Please visit their website for more information on what they do and have accomplished. Right-to-Know law (RSA 91-A) updated to streamline evidence submission process during litigation Governor Sununu signed HB252 into...