From our Clean Energy Desk SB 123 aims to study a possible carbon reduction investment program for NH. This very good bill (passed by the full Senate) lost endorsement of STE by a 10-9 vote. It will go to the full House in the next 2 weeks. It is a […]
Will these men ever stop? There will be an Executive Session on SB 66 — fetal personhood — on Tuesday, May 9. SB 66 provides that a fetus should be included in the definition of “another” for the purposes of first and second degree murder, manslaughter, negligent homicide, and causing […]
SPEAKER Heather Boushey is the executive director and chief economist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, a think tank founded to accelerate cutting-edge analysis into whether and how structural changes in the U.S. economy, particularly related to economic inequality, affect economic growth. She is the author of Finding Time: […]
Please, write the New Hampshire Board of Education and the Commissioner of Education in support of our current Common Core academic standards for English and math. Here are the details.
This bill sponsored by Mindi Messner has passed both the House and the Senate. Dan Innis voted in support. There was no roll call vote. Dan Innis is quoted in April 28th Portsmouth Herald, saying “I don’t know if we’ll find an answer (to the source of the cancer cluster), […]
Mindi Messner’s bill to establish a permanent commission to study the pediatric cancer cluster on the Seacoast passed the House and the Senate. Dan Innis supported this legislation. There was no roll call vote. Bill is awaiting governor’s signature.
Hi Huddlers, This post is introducing our exciting new website. We’ve worked hard to give you the information that you received in the emails, with just a newish look. We created a Seacoast Huddle website because Christine and I wanted the ability to track the results of all of our […]
Governor Sununu has stepped up, proposing to boost investment in the child care scholarship program that low income families depend on to get to work. But the funding is not yet secure. Over a series of three hearings in the next two weeks, the House Finance Committee will hear testimony […]