Sununu’s Veto of HB 315 Rejects Requirement for Security When Sharing Voter Information

Earlier this month, the House took up the Governor’s veto of HB315, which would have ended NH’s involvement with the Kansas-based Interstate Voter Registration Program and authorize the Secretary of State to join another program to compare NH”s voter registration information with that of other states to search for duplicate registrations or voting activity. In […]

2020 Legislative Session Underway

The NH House opened the 2020 Legislative year with sessions held on Wednesday and Thursday, January 8th and 9th to consider two vetoes by the Governor on bills pertaining to teacher tenure (HB226) and the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck program (HB315), and to take action on 156 bills that had been retained by the House […]

Schools Get Funding Increase With NH Budget

The two-year state compromise budget signed by the Governor in September increased school funding by $138 million over two years – close to the $140 million boost that Democrats proposed in 2019. The budget restored stabilization aid to original levels, which the state had been cutting annually, and it provided funding for full-day kindergarten and […]