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 […]
What Happened To:
Report on Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut’s Town Hall Meeting
Under the headline, “Edelblut town hall draws ire as questions chosen by moderator ,” the Concord Monitor reports on yesterday’s town hall meeting: New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut took – and sometimes ducked – questions from an oft-restive town hall audience at New England College on Friday.
HB 589 We Asked for a Buffer Zone around Medical Facilities
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.
What Happened to HB 478 – Extending rights to members of the LGBTQ community
Shawn Jasper, Speaker of the House in NH, refused to let our House of Representatives vote. He is seriously uninformed about unisex bathrooms
SB 12 – Repealing Requirements to Carry Concealed Guns
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 This bill repealed a long standing licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.
SB 83 – Minimum Wage, Here’s What Happened
We took immediate action here. On March 16, the senate voted on SB 83 14-9, Dan Innis voting with the R majority to kill the bill.