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Make yourself heard in Concord, then fight hunger at a Community Supper

On April 3, 2018, Posted by , in Stay Informed, Take Action, With Comments Off on Make yourself heard in Concord, then fight hunger at a Community Supper

Thursday, April 5th, 2018 is shaping up to be a busy day. There are a number of important hearings and votes taking place in Concord on topics such as Family and Medical Leave (HB-628), reauthorizing New Hampshire’s Medicaid Expansion program (SB-313), and establishing Recovery Friendly Workplaces (SB-563) for those trying to…

Call to Action: Fight for Women’s Autonomy, Voting Rights, School Safety, Medical Leave, and Equitable Taxation

On March 20, 2018, Posted by , in Stay Informed, Take Action, With Comments Off on Call to Action: Fight for Women’s Autonomy, Voting Rights, School Safety, Medical Leave, and Equitable Taxation

Make Yourself Heard in Concord! Your state government is about to vote on the following important issues.  State legislators and the Governor need to hear from you!  See below for instructions on how you can contact them. Paid Family and Medical Leave Wednesday, March 21st / House of Representatives /…

Broadband access for all in Francestown? Find out more about HB238

On March 9, 2018, Posted by , in Stay Informed, With Comments Off on Broadband access for all in Francestown? Find out more about HB238

Here’s a message from your NH House (District 4) Representative Carol Roberts: What is the status of the broadband access issue? A broadband study bill (HB 238) was passed in June, 2017. In September it was signed by the Governor and a study committee was formed, members were appointed. Committee…

Alert: SB193 Voucher Bill is Moving Quickly!

On January 1, 2018, Posted by , in Stay Informed, tags , , With Comments Off on Alert: SB193 Voucher Bill is Moving Quickly!

Oppose The School Voucher Bill Coming Up For A Vote in Early January In regard to the broadness of student eligibility and a lack of adequate oversight, SB 193, which came out of the House Education Committee with an “ought- to pass” recommendation, goes further than the 26 “School Choice”…