Legislative Alerts

Testimony opposing New Hampshire House Bill - HB 1318

This bill changes the circumstances and criteria under which certain sex offenders may petition to have their name removed from the sex offender registry public list. The Committee should find HB 1318 inexpedient to legislate.

Legislative calendar for the next two weeks

NH Lawmakers begin holding public hearings next week on bills that matter to you. Here is the legislative calendar for the next two weeks, with key bills highlighted in bold. If you would like to see our written testimony on those bills, let me know at cldornin@aol.com. Please attend as many hearings as possible. Hearings that are well attended indicate support or opposition so be sure and sign the position sheet at the back of the room to indicate why you are there. Please let us know if you can attend any hearings and if you will consider testifying. We can help you with your testimony.  (Read More)

Legislative News & Updates

Proposed CCJR Bills for 2016

Here is a list of the proposed bills we have written and spent many hours seeking legislative support for.  There will be public hearings on each of these bills and it is imperative that we have huge turnouts for each and everyone. When they are available we will post the hearing dates on our website and send out email alerts to our membership. Please do your best to attend. 

You can still build the right women’s prison

To members of the Senate Capital Budget Committee:  I’m sorry I had to leave the public hearing on the House capital budget last month before I could testify against constructing a huge new women’s prison. Please build a cheaper one.

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