(April 29, 2015) - The New Hampshire State House voted today to adopt SB 116, legislation commonly referred to as Constitutional Carry. The bill, which would "repeal the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver," was confirmed with a vote of 212 - 150. It was previously approved by the New Hampshire State Senate with a vote of 14-9.
(April 16, 2015) - Congressman Frank Guinta (NH-01) voted with the majority today to eliminate the Estate Tax, also known as the "Death Tax." The legislation passed the House of Representatives 240-179. While some Democrats did join with the majority, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) was not one of them. She voted to support it.
(March 10, 2015) - Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire is launching a microsite today. It highlights the lack of transparency found in Governor Maggie Hassan's corner office as she refuses to respond to multiple Right-to-Know requests or hold a single Town Hall meeting with her constituents. It also discusses her fiscally irresponsible budget proposal that mismanages priorities, increases spending, and raises taxes and fees on Granite State families and small businesses.