Dick Hinch Comments on Budget

Dick Hinch Comments on Budget

House Minority Leader Rep. Dick Hinch comments on the budget process. His comments appeared in the August 1, 2019 New Hampshire Union Leader. Democrats’ tax plan and fuzzy accounting are too risky WOULD YOU BUY a new, more expensive home with your one-time bonus from...
Sununu Vetoes Drive-By Voting

Sununu Vetoes Drive-By Voting

Governor Sununu has Vetoed HB 105 and HB 106 that Eliminate the Reforms of SB 3 and HB 1264. Senate Bill (SB) 3 required registrants to provide documentation showing a presence in state. House Bill (HB) 1264 defined residency to close the loophole allowing residents...
Don’t Cripple the NH Economy

Don’t Cripple the NH Economy

Greg Moore, NH state director of Americans for Prosperity, discusses the current budget process. His comments appeared in the July 12, 2019 New Hampshire Union Leader. Don’t throw cold water on New Hampshire’s hot economy In the South you often hear the phrase, “If it...
Sununu Vetoes Drive-By Voting

Goodbye to Voting for President

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact will end your ability to affect the Presidential Election. Democrats in NH advanced HB 541, allocating electoral college electors based on the national popular vote. The National Popular Vote interstate compact would...
Crossing Lines and Harming NH

Crossing Lines and Harming NH

Senators Jeb Bradley and Chuck Morse discuss current legislation and the budget process. Their comments appeared in the June 13, 2019 New Hampshire Union Leader. Crossing bright lines that harm New Hampshire Sen. Jeb Bradley & Sen. Chuck Morse IN 2011 when we...
Crossing Lines and Harming NH

GST Secretary Comments on Budget

Granite State Taxpayers Secretary Dan McGuire summarizes the New Hampshire Budget proposal: While the Senate version of the budget is somewhat better than the House’s (no capital gains tax), it has many of the same flaws: – Spends all but $5M of the $166M...