All Bills We Are Following

HB 628  Establishes a System of Paid Family and Medical Leave insurance.

HB 628 Establishes a System of Paid Family and Medical Leave insurance.

Our Family Friendly Legislation desk wants us to support to this bill.  This is a bill we have been working on since last year.  They need our need help now!  Here are two things to do.  Most importantly call Dan Innis,  we were at meeting that we swore that 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 […]

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 193 School Vouchers – revised and still Awful

SB 193 School Vouchers – revised and still Awful

It’s time to call and write your representatives about SB 193, the statewide voucher bill SB 193 was introduced in the Senate in January, 2017 and has been through extensive changes and debates since then.  Now it is all coming to a head. On March 9th at 1:00 PM in room 210-11 of the […]

SB 193  School Voucher Bill  NEED HELP QUICKLY: TODAY

SB 193 School Voucher Bill NEED HELP QUICKLY: TODAY

From our Education Desk,  Bill Duncan There is a chance to defeat SB 193,  the school voucher bill, by making very targeted phone calls and talking with  specific with legislators.  Please dial in at 2:00 today, Sunday to learn how.    Super easy, Bill promised. He does a lot for […]

Huddle Meeting Wednesday and FYI: HB1766

Huddle Meeting Wednesday and FYI: HB1766

Hi Everyone,  Just a quick reminder of our meeting this Wednesday, February 28, 6:00 at the Macomber Room at New Castle Public Library.  We have invited Kate Murray and Mindi Messmer to speak about NH legislation that is upcoming and also past voting history. I went to the state house […]

HB 1319  Transgender Rights

HB 1319 Transgender Rights

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 […]

SB 446 – Energy Legislation

SB 446 – Energy Legislation

Voices are being heard.  Northern Pass was voted down last week.   New Hampshire’s Site Evaluation Committee voted down Eversource’s Northern Pass project.  Countless individuals, businesses and environmental groups were against this project. Even though this is a bit dry and confusing, let’s help keep our support for renewable energy front […]

Environmental Bills: HB 592  HB 114  HB 317  We need people to call!

Environmental Bills: HB 592 HB 114 HB 317 We need people to call!

Greetings Environmentally minded, There is an item of immediate concern to NH voters.  There will be 3 energy bills to be voted on January 3 – all lousy bills.  Please contact your legislator to request that they vote “no” on these bills.  And just why are they attacking Renewables??  For […]

HB 372 Voting Rights – We need to call Dan Innis quickly

HB 372 Voting Rights – We need to call Dan Innis quickly

Last week, Republicans passed an amendment to HB 372 along party lines in the Senate Election Law Committee. This bill would enact a de facto poll tax in New Hampshire by requiring voters to declare residency and acquire a license upon registering to vote. This is a BLATANT attack on students’ legal […]