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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wahsben, Jan 13, 2019.
Can't f***ing stand them; is that fiscal year?
Thanks for the continued heads up and work on this.
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It says calendar year. Almost 70K 20 days into the year. Even figuring payment up front for services that will extend into the year, it has me wondering if I'm in the wrong business.
Big money makes for bad law!
Yes, but then it is written, "This should equal the total of all prior monthly payments for this calendar year" $52,750.00
How do they have prior monthly payments in January? How long is a reporting period? That is why I ask. I wish there was a form number or more information. Still hate them.
Full form is here:
I think this was the total for 2018. They hired the same group for 2019.
Thanks. Looks to be for the quarter.
2018 Lobbyist Reports - January 30, 2019 (D) - NHSOS
That reciept needs to be circulated far and wide. Wonder if the Union Leader would publish it?
Union-Leader had this to say about the amendment:
Altschiller just keeps on digging herself deeper, doubt she's making friends on the committee.
I wouldnt be surprised to see them try to stuff an amended 687 red flag bill into 696 that is being heard next week and has its own version of a senior red flag bill
03/26/2019 10:00 AM LOB Room 204
“The committee also voted 12-8 “ought to pass” along party lines on HB 514, imposing a waiting period of seven days between the purchase and delivery of a firearm. That bill now moves to the House floor for a vote, most likely next week.”
HB514, FWIW, they stripped out ammo of the waiting period bill
It doesn't matter if it was in their email in boxes. Committees don't vote on email: they vote on what's in their hands and on the table in front of them.
I've had stuff "in my email", sent at midnight or later, when I've had to leave home before 6 a.m. to make it to Concord in time for meetings in bad weather.
Rep. Altschiller is showing her geographic privilege.
There are 4 more bills to stop for this year. Let's make sure the hearing on the 26th is well attended.
Two of the anti-gun bills have been retained and will be back in 2020
Does anyone think it would be smart to print and hand out a ton of copies of the Bloomberg receipt at the hearings? Pass out enough and it's sure to get some attention. Maybe the NH Women's Defense league would be up to it?
Keep driving home the narrative that out-of-state mega donors are trying to control NH citizens.
I think that would be a great idea.
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