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Invitation – Democratic Candidates Forum for U.S. Congress

Invitation – Democratic Candidates Forum for U.S. Congress

The number of candidates for Carol Shea-Porter’s seat just keeps expanding.  Why not take this opportunity to check them out? April 18, 2018  at 6:00pm, Portsmouth Public Library, Levenson Room This Public forum is being hosted by the Portsmouth Democrats, and moderated by New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair, Ray Buckley. This […]

HB 1766 – Remediating the Coakley Landfill in Greenland

HB 1766 – Remediating the Coakley Landfill in Greenland

Hi Huddlers,  We need calls to two of our Seacoast Senators.  Right away if you can.  HB1766 – the Coakley remediation bill,  it would be really helpful for them to know we are behind this bill. Please ask them to  Support HB 1766  because it is important for Portsmouth to follow […]

Exeter area Students Organize Gun Violence forum

Exeter area Students Organize Gun Violence forum

Updated Apr 5, 2018 at 4:15 PM    EXETER — Students from Exeter High School, Cooperative Middle School, and Phillips Exeter Academy are co-hosting a panel discussion about gun violence on Friday, April 13 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Exeter Town Hall. The public is encouraged to attend the event called “Student Forum on […]

HB 628 – Family Leave and Dan Innis meeting

HB 628 – Family Leave and Dan Innis meeting

Hi,  Here are two things we can do to support families in New Hampshire. Please call Dan Innis  603-271-3077  and ask him to vote yes.  Here are the facts, remember personalizing it makes the request stronger. New Hampshire needs a strong workforce to keep our economy growing. Caregiving duties are one […]

HB1264  – Voting Rights

HB1264 – Voting Rights

Voting Rights is one of the Huddle’s main concerns.  Here’s something we can do. New Hampshire Republicans are trying to push through a bill that will make it harder for Granite Staters to vote. HB 1264 would effectively impose a post-election poll-tax and discourage New Hampshire students and other eligible […]

SB 365 is from the Committee of Energy and Natural Resources

Martha Fuller Clark is a sponsor as well as 10 others. SPONSORS: Sen. Innis, Dist 24; Sen. Avard, Dist 12; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Fuller Clark, Dist 21; Sen. Sanborn, Dist 9; Sen. Giuda, Dist 2; Sen. Ward, Dist 8; Sen. Kahn, Dist 10; Sen. Feltes, Dist 15; Rep. Shepardson, […]

SB 447 – Revoking Free Renewable Energy Certificates for Utility Companies

Action needed by tomorrow March 21, 2018   Primary sponsor Martha Fuller Clark An unintended consequence that needs to be corrected by voting YES to SB 447. SB 447  A bill to help fix the problem of free solar Renewable Energy Certificates given to utilities.  This bill passed out of committee 4-0 with an […]

Extra Registration and Road Toll fees for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Extra Registration and Road Toll fees for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

As we try to encourage car manufacturers to produce more sensitive to the environment, we realize that the gas tax and highway maintenance will need restructuring. This bill will not help. Please consider opposing HB 1541 (A Bill that adds fees to hybrid and electric vehicles).  We oppose this bill as amended, it […]

Interior Secretary Zinke requests input on NH Off Shore drilling

Interior Secretary Zinke requests input on NH Off Shore drilling

Hi,  First two pieces of good news. Prohibiting Discrimination: The House of Representatives voted today to pass HB 1319, prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity.  House Democratic Leader Steve Shurtleff and Representative Ed Butler (D-Harts Location), prime sponsor of HB 1319, said after the vote that,  “this is a moment to […]