From our Gender Equality desk: As protectors of civil liberties, it is our mission to defend the rights of every Granite Stater. Today, we ask you to stand up for transgender rights and ask your representative to support HB 1319. If passed, HB 1319 would update New Hampshire’s existing nondiscrimination […]
Tag: Mindi Messner
Dear Huddlers, For all of you who missed our last Huddle Meeting, you can catch Mindi Messmer’s legislative update at Throwback Brewery, this Wednesday at 6:30. It is really a great opportunity to hear her. We were so inspired. She is involved in so much. She is so accessible. She […]
Number ONE Movie Sponsored by Women’s Foundation October 12th, 5:15 at the Music Hall. Number TWO Sponsored by New Hampshire Safe Water Alliance. October 16 6:00 3S Art Space Join us for a showing of National Geographic Film “Parched” followed by a panel discussion about water and PFCs […]
Finally some Good News: from our Environment and Clean Energy Desk Great news…SB 129 passed the House on a roll vote, 222-84. Now it heads to the Governor for signature. Dan Innis, Mindi Messmer, Kate Murrary, Martha Fuller-Clark all voted in favor of this bill. SB 129 will: More than double […]
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.
This bill was voted inexpedient to legislate. It never left the House of Representatives. Kate Murray and Mindi Messner both voted to keep buffer zone in place.
Dan Innis voted to repeal the existing law. Mindi Messmer and Kate Murray voted to keep the requirements in place. Is Dan Innis voting for his Seacoast District or for the NRA? This bill repealed a long standing licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.