House Leaders Disappointed in Senate Committee Action on Reasonable Landlord Protection

Concord, NH- House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Lynn (R-Windham) released the following joint statement in response to the NH Senate committee action to Interim Study HB1115, relative to the termination of tenancy at the expiration of the tenancy or lease term, on the consent calendar to be acted …

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Child Care Bills Highlight Differences Between Two Sides

Concord, NH – House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) and Special Committee on Childcare Chairman Ross Berry (R-Manchester) released the following statement after the House passed HB1584, relative to home day care licensing requirements and defeated HB1611, relative to establishing a child care workforce fund. Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) “HB1584 and HB1611 are a …

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Democrats Continue Fight Against Education Choice

Concord, NH- House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) released the following statement after the House Republicans successfully blocked passage of HB1650, relative to the approval of alternative programs for granting credit leading to graduation, and HB1654, relative to review of education freedom account service providers. “Another day, another Democratic attempt to dismantle the wildly successful …

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Republicans Protect Taxpayers from Paying for Gender Surgery for Children

House Deputy Majority Leader Jim Kofalt (R-Wilton) released the following statement after the House voted to pass HB1660-FN, relative to coverage of certain procedures for minor children under the state’s Medicaid program, on a vote of 193-169. “Earlier this year, a strong bipartisan majority spoke loud and clear by voting to protect minors from irreversible gender …

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HB1465 Positions New Hampshire to Benefit from Revolutionary Advanced Nuclear Technology

Concord, NH – HB1465 prime sponsor Representative Keith Ammon (R-New Boston) released the following statement after the House voted ought to pass with amendment on HB1465, relative to studies of nuclear energy technologies by a voice vote. “HB1465 underscores nuclear power’s role as a clean energy source and positions New Hampshire to harness its economic …

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House Democrats Support Reverse Robin Hood Scheme for Electric Vehicles

Concord, NH – House Science, Technology and Energy committee Chairman Michael Vose (R-Epping) released the following statement after House Democrats supported HB1472, relative to rebates of energy efficiency funds for electric vehicles. The House voted Inexpedient to Legislate on this legislation by a voice vote. “The free market is speaking loud and clear on electric …

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House Republicans Hold People to Their Word

CONCORD, NH – House Children and Family Law Committee Chairman Mark Pearson (R-Hampstead) and State Representative James Spillane (R-Deerfield), sponsor of HB1111-FN, released the following statement after the passage of HB1111-FN, relative to the penalty for false reports of suspected abuse and neglect made to the division of children, youth, and families, on a bipartisan …

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House Democrats Put Politics Over Students

Concord, NH- House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) released the following statement after the House acted on three bills to expand the Education Freedom Account program.  “Since the legislature instituted the Education Freedom Account program, the intention from the very first draft has always been for it to be universal. Out of an abundance of …

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HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTE AGAINST MARGINALIZED STUDENTS

Concord, NH- House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) and Deputy Majority Floor Leader Joe Alexander (R-Goffstown) released the following statements after the House failed to pass HB1561, relative to qualifications for student eligibility in the education freedom accounts program, on a vote of 185-197. House Majority Leader Jason Osborne: “New Hampshire Democrats believe in a …

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HOUSE REPUBLICANS EXPAND MAJORITY

CONCORD, NH – In a significant development for the New Hampshire House of Representatives, State Representative Matthew (Matt) Coker (R-Meredith) has officially switched his party affiliation from Democrat to Republican, a move met with open arms and enthusiasm by the Republican Caucus. Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) issued a statement today expressing his appreciation and …

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Representative Michael Vose Introduces the New Hampshire Energy Independence Act

House Science, Technology and Energy Chairman Michael Vose (R-Epping) released the following statement after he introduced HB1623, relative to the state energy policy, otherwise known as the “New Hampshire Energy Independence Act.” “The New Hampshire Energy Independence Act would help ensure a prosperous future for our state by giving New Hampshire leverage to fight federal …

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Rep. Joe Sweeney Introduces Bill to Expand EFA Eligibility

Concord, NH – House Majority Floor Leader Joe Sweeney released the following statement after introducing HB 1561-FN to the House Education Committee, relative to qualifications for student eligibility in the education freedom accounts program: “As a proud alumnus of New Hampshire’s public schools and the University of New Hampshire, I was proud to introduce House …

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