CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued a statement upon the approval by the House of Representatives of HB712, relative to a mandatory family and medical leave insurance program funded by a 0.5% tax on wages.
“New Hampshire has never had a tax on wages. We know we can provide family and medical leave coverage on a voluntary basis without a tax on wages. The governor has a plan, and we can support that concept. Democrats insist that the tax on income that they included in SB1 and HB2, which were both vetoed by the governor, is their one and only solution. They have taken family and medical leave hostage, and the ransom is an income tax. It’s unfortunate that they will not work with the governor to get a plan in place that gets the job done without siphoning dollars from everyone’s paychecks to pay for it.”
3 thoughts on “House Republicans Vote Against Democrats 3rd Attempt at Income Tax This Term”
To whom it may concern.
Thank you for the vote against an income tax. And sales tax we are losing our Republican stronghold here in new. Hampshire. To many. Democrats moving in they should be told. Welcome to. New. Hampshire now go home
Why don’t we just call ourselves Mass north. Tax the income. Tax sales. Tax the roadways. Tax the dead. Tax the businesses. Why can’t we just kick out all the socialists from down south and go back to the way we were?
Need to Vote Dem our
If they are associated at all with a (D) I am a NO VOTE as they are not representing the people for which they are voted in to represent US…instead they are pushing their agenda over and over again – the party has left their people