Continuing the fight, Wednesday March 5th...
This March 5th is a very important day for citizens of New Hampshire. The agenda that is set to unfold before of our elected officials is quite astounding. Just look at the list at the end of this message as I'm sure you will find at least one item that you have strong feelings about!
I strongly encourage anyone able to attend this major event to come and demonstrate to our elected officials that we are watching them.
It is possible that this session will spillover into March 6th, therefore if possible please be prepared to be there both days.
When: 8:30 AM sharp, Wednesday, March 5th
Where: State House cafeteria, Concord
Why: Income tax. Gun rights. Parental rights. Local control of education. Marijuana decriminalization. Medical Privacy. Redress of Grievances. Public access to legislative amendments. And much more...
Please dress professionally.
If you would like to view the text of the bills, please visit http://www.generalcourt.org
CACR23 – The State shall not abridge the right of parents to control the welfare and education of their children
CACR24 – No new tax on personal income shall be levied by the state of New Hampshire
CACR25 - no unfunded federal programs
CACR21 & CACR29 – Local control of education
HB1185 - Preservation of religious freedom
HB1208 – Allowing dental hygienists to engage in independent practice
HB1233 - habeas corpus
HB1261 - high school seniors at community college
HB1291 – Requiring persons under 18 years of age to wear ski helmets
HB1354 – Banning firearms from the State House
HB1379 - allow state employees to have guns
HB1405 - regulate wood furnaces
HB1417 - ban sale of low efficiency light bulbs
HB1434 - cap and trade
HB1464 make amendments available on line (sponsor Joel is taking off CC for roll call)
HB1472 – Housing regulation
HB1495 - Parental notification
HB1510 - tax cigarillos
HB1515 - database of firings
HB1543 Citizen's petition for redress of grievances by the legislature
HB1553 - no cigarette vending machines
HB1556 - prop tax relief
HB1623 – Decriminalizing possession of small quantities of marijuana