The future needs our constitution to stay intact as the Founding Fathers wrote it. Along with our constitutional rights, our future depends on the education of our children. Finally, to keep our future bright, we must gain control of the opiate epidemic that is taking over our area.
SB747 - authorizing the department of education to accept and expend certain federal funds for the purpose of increasing, expanding, or replicating the number of charter schools in the state.
21-0559 (HB) – Relative to an extended term of imprisonment for assaulting military personnel.
21-0726 (HB) – Relative to the applicability of a state of emergency declaration to a house of worship.
21-0267 (HB) – Permitting school district with independent schools and private schools.
21-0653 (HB) – Relative to verification of ballots cast in an election.
21-0435 (HB) – Making an appropriation to the FRM victims’ contribution recovery fund.
21-0261 (HB) – Relative to the on-premises cigar, beverage, and liquor licenses.
21-0230 (HB) – Relative to tinted windows on motor vehicles.
21-0234 (HB) – Relative to abandoned underwater cables.
21-0179 (HB) – Relative to freedom of speech and association on college campuses.
21-0485 (HB) – Designating police and fire dispatchers as group II members of the retirement system.
21-0673 (HB) – Relative to the ability of a parent to enroll a child in the public school of their choice.
21-0276 (HB) – Relative to nonpublic sessions under the right-to-know law.
21-0313 (HB) – Requiring town and city clerks to make electronic lists of persons who requested, been mailed, or returned absentee ballots available to candidates upon request.
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I have watched a gorgeous city, Laconia, turn in to a “drug-infested pen.” Poor choice of words, maybe, but it’s the truth, so let’s clean it up. Yes, I have conversed about how inadequately Laconia schools are being managed, but after listening to Steven Crowder say, “Stop saying someone has to do something, and be that someone”: I want to be that someone for Laconia/Belmont.
Small business is the lifeline to keep a district booming and expanding burdens on them only hurts the whole district, not just the business. Intense competition between business is what will raise wages and benefits in our district; laws to increase salaries will demolish the companies that have started to blossom in Laconia/Belmont.
Lastly, I have seen bill after bill gets pushed through Concord that strangles our 2nd Amendment rights: Red Flag Law. The only reason these bills are not the law is because of our remarkable governor vetoing these bills. I believe wholeheartedly in our Bill of Rights and both Constitutions, the United States, and New Hampshire.
I grew up almost my whole life in Laconia, and I know how tremendous it can be. As most know, I nowadays reside in Belmont and want both, Laconia and Belmont, to be the epitome for the rest of this beautiful state.
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