Legislative Alerts

House votes on ruthless budget this week - Protesters mobilizing for show of anger

The House Finance Committee will hold a two-hour briefing on the draconian cuts in the proposed two-year state budget Monday, March 30, at 10 a.m. in the Hall of Representatives. The needy, the disabled, the elderly, the mentally ill, prisoners, former offenders and their advocates will protest the budget on Wednesday, April 1, 2015.

Tilton repeals its harsh sex offender code

House tables statewide ban on similar restrictions

Tilton voters today struck down their town’s ordinance barring registered sex offenders from living within 2,500 feet of a school, park, daycare center and other unspecified places

We missed a chance to do prisons right

As you may know, the project to build a new women's prison is running way over budget and planners are going back to the drawing board.

State House News, March 3, 2015 Come fight for prisons budget this Thursday

Thousands of New Hampshire prisoners and parolees need your help March 5 at the public hearing on the governor’s budget.

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