Legislative Alerts

Rep. Sytek kills our bill to make Corrections go through the administrative rulemaking process

Rep. John Sytek helped to scuttle SB 373 this month, our bill to force the Department of Corrections to get its policies approved by lawmakers as formal administrative rules.

LEGISLATIVE ALERT Come support our bill Apr. 10 to make the NH Department of Corrections get its administrative rules approved by lawmakers

LEGISLATIVE ALERT
Please come to a public hearing next Tuesday for SB 373, a bill written by CCJR that forces the Department of Corrections to get its administrative rules approved by a 10-member committee of senators and representatives. The bill testimony starts at 11 a.m. in Room 306 of the Legislative Office Building. That’s across the street from the building with the golden dome.

Let’s pack a rules hearing Friday, March 16, 2018 - 9:00 AM

Friday is the biggest State House showdown since 50 loved ones of prisoners spoke at a 2011 hearing to keep 600 inmates from transferring to Arizona. The Joint Rules Committee will hear testimony at 9 a.m. in Room 306 of the Legislative Office Building on 120 pages of proposed prison administrative rules. You can see them all at this link. The key rules are in the 300 and 400 series.  https://www.nh.gov/nhdoc/news/2017/draftrules2017.htm

LEGISLATIVE ALERT: We need to pack a State House rules hearing on Mar. 16

Please come testify at a public hearing on more than 100 pages of proposed administrative rules by the Department of Corrections. It’s the most important State House hearing since the debate seven years ago over shipping 600 prisoners out of state to private prisons. We blocked that bad idea.

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