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Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, Inc. is a diverse, nonpartisan coalition of concerned citizens, community leaders and other stakeholders concerned with promoting and preserving strong families and a strong economy for New Hampshire.

Create Jobs

We believe the best way to grow New Hampshire's economy is to create and attract good paying jobs.

Limit Government

We believe that the pursuit of happiness depends upon individual liberty and limited government.

Lower Taxes

Rather than burdening New Hampshire families with more taxes, our representatives in New Hampshire and Washington should be focused on reducing spending by cutting government waste.

 

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(January 22, 2015) - New Hampshire once had a long, bipartisan tradition of its elected officials holding public Town Hall meetings with their constituents. That custom went by the wayside over the past couple of years as Senator Shaheen, Governor Hassan, Congresswoman Kuster (NH-02), and former Congresswoman Shea-Porter (NH-01) refused to join Senator Ayotte in holding open forums.

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(January 9, 2015) - The House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved the Keystone Pipeline this afternoon with a bipartisan vote of 266 - 153. Today's passage happened hours after the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled in favor of the proposed route. The decision by the court overturned a lower court's ruling challenging Keystone's path through Nebraska. The lower court said a 2012 law that allowed Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman (R) to greenlight the route was against the state's constitution. By striking down the decision today, the Nebraska Supreme Court removed President Obama's core argument for threatening to veto legislation approving the project.

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(January 8, 2015) - Today, the House of Representatives cast one of their first votes of the new Congress to minimize the devastating effects of Obamacare. By a vote of 252-172, they passed HR 30, the Save American Workers Act of 2015, which would alter the law's definition of full-time workers who must be offered employer-provided health care. HR 30 changes the threshold from 30 hours weekly to a 40-hour standard. Defining full-time employees as those working at least 30 hours is pressuring firms to save money by cutting workers' hours and diminishing the number of full-time jobs.  

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