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New Hampshire Action Prompt

New Hampshire Action Prompt

Join our team as a District Captain!

 

1. Click here to watch this video to register on conventionofstates.com and receive your petition recruiter link.

2. Recruit petition signers within your House (lower) District using either your recruiter link, hard copy petitions, or text PETITION to 68398. Please make sure that the signers provide their full physical address so that they are assigned to the correct House (lower) District and their email address in order to receive updates from national and your state director.

Click to Download Hard Copy Petition (PRINT ONLY THE FIRST PAGE AND CHANGE YOUR SETTINGS TO PRINT B&W)

Responsibilities of a District Captain  

1. Grow our grassroots army in your district with petitions! Our COS petition accomplishes two very important goals for us.

A. Adds new supporters to our email database in order to stay informed nationally and state-wide.

B. Informs the legislators in their district that they want them to support our COS Article V legislation.

2. Collect petitions in your House District by using either your online recruiting link, hard-copy petitions, or Text PETITION to 68398 in order to grow the grassroots of supporters/volunteers in your district.

3. Recruit volunteers to opt-in to our Text Alert System in your district who are willing to make calls and send emails to their legislators when important votes/meetings are taking place.

4. Confirm the support/opposition of their State Representative & Senator and report their responses back to your State Leaders.

5. Organize with others to hold a regular COS meeting in your district or region, preferably every two weeks. A monthly newsletter will be provided to you to be used as an agenda to educate meeting attendees about  Article V/Convention of States and will include a Work Session to engage volunteers, ie. write Letters to Editor, write postcards, etc.  Link to download newsletters to use for small meetings.

6. Attend regular conference calls with your State Team Leaders for updates and to report on your progress.

Please send any questions to DCrecruits@cosaction.com.  

Start A COS Small Group In Your District Today Using Our Action Newsletter!

We have made it easy for volunteers to start small groups in their districts with the COS Action Newsletter!  You can stop hitting your head against the wall trying to decide what to talk about at your next Convention of States small group meeting.  Each newsletter will provide you with enough material to hold at least two small group meetings.  

We recommend holding semimonthly meetings in order to build momentum and keep volunteers active and engaged.  If someone misses a monthly meeting it is two whole months before they meet again and they may lose interest.  Scheduling it on the same evening makes it easier to remember such at the 1st and 2nd Monday of the month.

The newsletter is interactive and all you have to do is type, click or scan the shortened web address or QR codes to pull up an article, video, or podcast.  Watch the video above to see how simple it is to use this newsletter as your agenda for your next small meeting.

Each newsletter will also contain a "Work Session" with suggestions to engage your volunteers to get involved in their district to help grow our grassroots and legislator support.  The newsletter is formatted for 8.5 x 11 size paper and be printed in full color on 11 x 17 to make a folded newsletter or on letter-size paper, double-sided in b&w to be handouts.  Each section will definitely allow further discussion within your group.  

We thank you again for your desire to serve the cause of liberty!

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New Hampshire Blog

House Speaker Jasper and Representative Baldasaro opposed efforts to impose fiscal restraints on federal government

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Last week, by a vote of 211-80, the New Hampshire House defeated a motion to take the Convention of States Article V Resolution (SCR4) off the table, thus refusing to allow it to be debated on its merits.  

In an unprecedented display of bias against SCR4, House Speaker Shawn Jasper reminded the representatives that in 2012 the New Hampshire Legislature passed an Article V application for a Balanced Budget Amendment (HCR40).  He stated that in his opinion, SCR4 was therefore redundant. Speaker Jasper’s interference effectively doomed the motion to remove SCR4 from the table.

Listen to Speaker Jasper's statement at the 1:14 minute mark: Click image above to watch video.

Also leading the charge against imposing fiscal restraints on the federal government was Representative Al Baldasaro (R- Rockingham), who stated in his “Parliamentary Inquiry” that the language of SCR4 was “a duplication” of the Balanced Budget Amendment language in the 2012 application.  

The statements of both Speaker Jasper and Rep. Baldasaro were completely wrong. HCR40 would only allow for a convention to propose a balanced budget amendment. And while that is certainly a good idea, if unaccompanied by limits on spending and taxation—which SCR 4 would have allowed--it could simply allow the federal government to raise taxes in order to balance the budget.  A balanced budget amendment, by itself, is not good enough. 

Another problem potentially facing the BBA effort is the different wording among the approximate twenty-eight active Article V applications that have been passed over the past four decades. The variety among the applications could create a problem in aggregation and may result in a court battle that could take years to resolve. 

The Convention of States Project’s SCR4, on the other hand, provides the states with ability meaningful opportunity to truly curtail the fiscal insanity taking place in Washington D.C.. Unfortunately, the actions of House Speaker Jasper and Representative Baldasaro, have prevented the representatives of the people of New Hampshire from holding an open and honest debate on the issue. 

In closing, we would like to recognize the heroic efforts of Rep. Eric Eastman (R-Hillsborough) and Rep. Kris Roberts (D-Cheshire), who both fought to have SCR4 removed off the table in order to be debated on the floor. These two representatives are leaders in liberty and we thank them for their willingness to support our effort to restore fiscal sanity to our nation. Please reach out to them and thank them for their efforts on behalf of SCR4. 

Representatives who voted NO (leave SCR4 on the table)

 


Party

County

District

Vote

 

Abbott, Michael

Democrat

Cheshire

01

Nay

Abel, Richard

Democrat

Grafton

13

Nay

Abrami, Patrick

Republican

Rockingham

19

Nay

Adams, Christopher

Republican

Hillsborough

26

Nay

Almy, Susan

Democrat

Grafton

13

Nay

Ames, Richard

Democrat

Cheshire

09

Nay

Ammon, Keith

Republican

Hillsborough

40

Nay

Azarian, Gary

Republican

Rockingham

08

Nay

Baber, William

Democrat

Strafford

14

Nay

Backus, Robert

Democrat

Hillsborough

19

Nay

Baldasaro, Alfred

Republican

Rockingham

05

Nay

Barry, Richard

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Nay

Bartlett, Christy

Democrat

Merrimack

19

Nay

Bates, David

Republican

Rockingham

07

Nay

Beaulieu, Jane

Democrat

Hillsborough

45

Nay

Belanger, James

Republican

Hillsborough

27

Nay

Bennett, Travis

Democrat

Grafton

08

Nay

Berch, Paul

Democrat

Cheshire

01

Nay

Berrien, Skip

Democrat

Rockingham

18

Nay

Berube, Roger

Democrat

Strafford

18

Nay

Biggie, Barbara

Republican

Hillsborough

23

Nay

Bixby, Peter

Democrat

Strafford

17

Nay

Boehm, Ralph

Republican

Hillsborough

20

Nay

Borden, David

Democrat

Rockingham

24

Nay

Bordenet, John

Democrat

Cheshire

05

Nay

Bouldin, Amanda

Democrat

Hillsborough

12

Nay

Bradley, Paula

Democrat

Merrimack

18

Nay

Brewster, Michael

Republican

Merrimack

21

Nay

Brown, Duane

Republican

Grafton

16

Nay

Brown, Pamela

Democrat

Hillsborough

31

Nay

Buco, Thomas

Democrat

Carroll

02

Nay

Burton, Wayne

Democrat

Strafford

06

Nay

Cahill, Michael

Democrat

Rockingham

17

Nay

Cali-Pitts, Jacqueline

Democrat

Rockingham

30

Nay

Cardon, G. Thomas

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Carson, Clyde

Democrat

Merrimack

07

Nay

Chandler, Gene

Republican

Carroll

01

Nay

Chase, Cynthia

Democrat

Cheshire

08

Nay

Chase, Francis

Republican

Rockingham

20

Nay

Cheney, Catherine

Republican

Strafford

17

Nay

Chirichiello, Brian

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Christensen, Chris

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Nay

Christiansen, Lars

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Nay

Christie, Andrew

Republican

Rockingham

37

Nay

Cilley, Jacalyn

Democrat

Strafford

04

Nay

Coffey, James

Republican

Hillsborough

25

Nay

Cook, Allen

Republican

Rockingham

11

Nay

Cordelli, Glenn

Republican

Carroll

04

Nay

Cote, David

Democrat

Hillsborough

31

Nay

Crawford, Karel

Republican

Carroll

04

Nay

Cushing, Robert

Democrat

Rockingham

21

Nay

Devine, James

Republican

Rockingham

04

Nay

DiFranco, Debbie

Democrat

Rockingham

27

Nay

Doucette, Fred

Republican

Rockingham

08

Nay

Dumais, Russell

Republican

Belknap

02

Nay

Eaton, Daniel

Democrat

Cheshire

03

Nay

Edgar, Michael

Democrat

Rockingham

21

Nay

Emerick, J. Tracy

Republican

Rockingham

21

Nay

Estevez, Eric

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Nay

Ferreira, Elizabeth

Republican

Hillsborough

28

Nay

Fields, Dennis

Republican

Belknap

04

Nay

Flanagan, Jack

Republican

Hillsborough

26

Nay

Flanders, Donald

Republican

Belknap

03

Nay

Ford, Susan

Democrat

Grafton

03

Nay

Forest, Armand

Democrat

Hillsborough

18

Nay

Fothergill, John

Republican

Coos

01

Nay

Francese, Paula

Democrat

Rockingham

18

Nay

Fraser, Valerie

Republican

Belknap

01

Nay

Frazer, June

Democrat

Merrimack

13

Nay

Freitas, Mary

Democrat

Hillsborough

14

Nay

Froburg, Alethea

Democrat

Coos

03

Nay

Fromuth, Bart

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Nay

Gagne, Larry

Republican

Hillsborough

13

Nay

Gagnon, Raymond

Democrat

Sullivan

05

Nay

Gannon, William

Republican

Rockingham

04

Nay

Gargasz, Carolyn

Republican

Hillsborough

27

Nay

Gile, Mary

Democrat

Merrimack

27

Nay

Gionet, Edmond

Republican

Grafton

05

Nay

Gordon, Pamela

Democrat

Rockingham

29

Nay

Gottling, Suzanne

Democrat

Sullivan

02

Nay

Gould, Linda

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Nay

Graham, Robert

Republican

Strafford

01

Nay

Gray, James

Republican

Strafford

08

Nay

Griffin, Barbara

Republican

Hillsborough

06

Nay

Griffin, Mary

Republican

Rockingham

07

Nay

Guerette, C. Lee

Democrat

Hillsborough

33

Nay

Haefner, Robert

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Nay

Hansberry, Daniel

Democrat

Hillsborough

35

Nay

Hansen, Peter

Republican

Hillsborough

22

Nay

Harvey, Suzanne

Democrat

Hillsborough

29

Nay

Hatch, William

Democrat

Coos

06

Nay

Heath, Mary

Democrat

Hillsborough

14

Nay

Heffron, Frank

Democrat

Rockingham

18

Nay

Henle, Paul

Democrat

Merrimack

12

Nay

Hennessey, Erin

Republican

Grafton

01

Nay

Hennessey, Martha

Democrat

Grafton

12

Nay

Herbert, Christopher

Democrat

Hillsborough

43

Nay

Higgins, Patricia

Democrat

Grafton

12

Nay

Hinch, Richard

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Nay

Hirsch, Geoffrey

Democrat

Merrimack

06

Nay

Hodgdon, Bruce

Republican

Rockingham

01

Nay

Hoelzel, Kathleen

Republican

Rockingham

03

Nay

Hogan, Edith

Republican

Hillsborough

34

Nay

Hopper, Gary

Republican

Hillsborough

02

Nay

Horrigan, Timothy

Democrat

Strafford

06

Nay

Hull, Robert

Republican

Grafton

09

Nay

Hunt, John

Republican

Cheshire

11

Nay

Ingbretson, Paul

Republican

Grafton

15

Nay

Introne, Robert

Republican

Rockingham

05

Nay

Jack, Martin

Democrat

Hillsborough

36

Nay

Jones, Laura

Republican

Strafford

24

Nay

Kaczynski, Thomas

Republican

Strafford

22

Nay

Kaen, Naida

Democrat

Strafford

05

Nay

Kappler, Lawrence

Republican

Rockingham

03

Nay

Karrick, David

Democrat

Merrimack

25

Nay

Katsakiores, Phyllis

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Kenison, Linda

Democrat

Merrimack

15

Nay

Knowles, Robert

Republican

Strafford

12

Nay

Kolodziej, Walter

Republican

Rockingham

07

Nay

Kotowski, Frank

Republican

Merrimack

24

Nay

Kuch, Bill

Republican

Merrimack

23

Nay

Kurk, Neal

Republican

Hillsborough

02

Nay

Ladd, Rick

Republican

Grafton

04

Nay

LeBrun, Donald

Republican

Hillsborough

32

Nay

Ley, Douglas

Democrat

Cheshire

09

Nay

Long, Patrick

Democrat

Hillsborough

10

Nay

Luneau, David

Democrat

Merrimack

10

Nay

MacKay, James

Democrat

Merrimack

14

Nay

Maes, Kevin

Democrat

Grafton

06

Nay

Major, Norman

Republican

Rockingham

14

Nay

Mangipudi, Latha

Democrat

Hillsborough

35

Nay

Manley, Jonathan

Democrat

Hillsborough

03

Nay

Manning, John

Republican

Rockingham

08

Nay

Marple, Richard

Republican

Merrimack

24

Nay

Martin, John

Republican

Merrimack

23

Nay

Matthews, Carolyn

Republican

Rockingham

03

Nay

McBeath, Rebecca

Democrat

Rockingham

26

Nay

McClarren, Donald

Republican

Hillsborough

29

Nay

McConkey, Mark

Republican

Carroll

03

Nay

McConnell, James

Republican

Cheshire

12

Nay

McGuire, Carol

Republican

Merrimack

29

Nay

Milz, David

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Moffett, Howard

Democrat

Merrimack

09

Nay

Moynihan, Wayne

Democrat

Coos

02

Nay

Mullen, John

Republican

Strafford

01

Nay

Myler, Mel

Democrat

Merrimack

10

Nay

Nelson, Bill

Republican

Carroll

05

Nay

Nordgren, Sharon

Democrat

Grafton

12

Nay

Notter, Jeanine

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Nay

O'Brien, Michael

Democrat

Hillsborough

36

Nay

Ohm, Bill

Republican

Hillsborough

36

Nay

Osborne, Jason

Republican

Rockingham

04

Nay

Oxenham, Lee

Democrat

Sullivan

01

Nay

Packard, Sherman

Republican

Rockingham

05

Nay

Palmer, Barry

Republican

Hillsborough

32

Nay

Parison, James

Republican

Hillsborough

25

Nay

Parkhurst, Henry

Democrat

Cheshire

13

Nay

Peckham, Michele

Republican

Rockingham

22

Nay

Pellegrino, Anthony

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Nay

Peterson, Ken

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Nay

Pierce, David

Republican

Hillsborough

06

Nay

Piper, Wendy

Democrat

Grafton

10

Nay

Porter, Marjorie

Democrat

Hillsborough

01

Nay

Potucek, John

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Ratzki, Mario

Democrat

Merrimack

01

Nay

Rice, Chip

Democrat

Merrimack

27

Nay

Rice, Frederick

Republican

Rockingham

21

Nay

Robertson, Timothy

Democrat

Cheshire

06

Nay

Rogers, Katherine

Democrat

Merrimack

28

Nay

Rollo, Deanna

Democrat

Strafford

18

Nay

Rowe, Robert

Republican

Hillsborough

22

Nay

Sad, Tara

Democrat

Cheshire

01

Nay

Saunderson, George

Democrat

Merrimack

09

Nay

Schmidt, Peter

Democrat

Strafford

19

Nay

Schmidt, Stephen

Republican

Carroll

06

Nay

Schuett, Dianne

Democrat

Merrimack

20

Nay

Shattuck, Gilman

Democrat

Hillsborough

01

Nay

Shaw, Barbara

Democrat

Hillsborough

16

Nay

Sherman, Thomas

Democrat

Rockingham

24

Nay

Shurtleff, Stephen

Democrat

Merrimack

11

Nay

Simpson, Alexis

Democrat

Rockingham

18

Nay

Smith, Marjorie

Democrat

Strafford

06

Nay

Smith, Suzanne

Democrat

Grafton

08

Nay

Snow, Kendall

Democrat

Hillsborough

42

Nay

Soucy, Timothy

Democrat

Hillsborough

34

Nay

Souza, Kathleen

Republican

Hillsborough

43

Nay

Spanos, Peter

Republican

Belknap

03

Nay

Sykes, George

Democrat

Grafton

13

Nay

Sylvia, Michael

Republican

Belknap

06

Nay

Sytek, John

Republican

Rockingham

08

Nay

Tatro, Bruce

Democrat

Cheshire

15

Nay

Tholl, John

Republican

Coos

05

Nay

Thomas, Douglas

Republican

Rockingham

05

Nay

Ticehurst, Susan

Democrat

Carroll

03

Nay

Treleaven, Susan

Democrat

Strafford

17

Nay

Turcotte, Leonard

Republican

Strafford

04

Nay

Twombly, Timothy

Republican

Hillsborough

34

Nay

Umberger, Karen

Republican

Carroll

02

Nay

Verschueren, James

Democrat

Strafford

13

Nay

Wall, Janet

Democrat

Strafford

06

Nay

Walsh, Robert

Democrat

Hillsborough

11

Nay

Walsh, Thomas

Republican

Merrimack

24

Nay

Ward, Gerald

Democrat

Rockingham

28

Nay

Webb, James

Republican

Rockingham

06

Nay

Weber, Lucy

Democrat

Cheshire

01

Nay

Weyler, Kenneth

Republican

Rockingham

13

Nay

Wheeler, Deborah

Democrat

Merrimack

03

Nay

Williams, Kermit

Democrat

Hillsborough

04

Nay

Woitkun, Steven

Republican

Rockingham

33

Nay

Woodbury, David

Democrat

Hillsborough

05

Nay

Wuelper, Kurt

Republican

Strafford

03

Nay

 Representatives that voted Yes (remove SCR4 from table to debate) 

 


Party

County

District

Vote

 

Abramson, Max

Republican

Rockingham

20

Yea

Aldrich, Glen

Republican

Belknap

02

Yea

Alicea, Caroletta

Democrat

Merrimack

08

Yea

Avellani, Lino

Republican

Carroll

05

Yea

Balcom, John

Republican

Hillsborough

21

Yea

Barnes, Arthur

Republican

Rockingham

08

Yea

Bickford, David

Republican

Strafford

03

Yea

Brown, Rebecca

Democrat

Grafton

02

Yea

Burt, John

Republican

Hillsborough

39

Yea

Byron, Frank

Republican

Hillsborough

20

Yea

Christie, Rick

Republican

Hillsborough

06

Yea

Cloutier, John

Democrat

Sullivan

10

Yea

Cohen, Alan

Democrat

Hillsborough

30

Yea

Converse, Larry

Democrat

Sullivan

04

Yea

Danielson, David

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Yea

Darrow, Stephen

Republican

Grafton

17

Yea

DeLemus, Susan

Republican

Strafford

11

Yea

Duarte, Joe

Republican

Rockingham

02

Yea

Eastman, Eric

Republican

Hillsborough

28

Yea

Edwards, Elizabeth

Democrat

Hillsborough

11

Yea

French, Barbara

Democrat

Merrimack

06

Yea

French, Harold

Republican

Merrimack

02

Yea

Gallagher, Brian

Republican

Belknap

04

Yea

Gonzalez, Carlos

Republican

Hillsborough

45

Yea

Gordon, Richard

Republican

Rockingham

35

Yea

Gorman, Mary

Democrat

Hillsborough

31

Yea

Green, Dennis

Republican

Rockingham

13

Yea

Grenier, James

Republican

Sullivan

07

Yea

Groen, Warren

Republican

Strafford

10

Yea

Guthrie, Joseph

Republican

Rockingham

13

Yea

Hannon, Joseph

Republican

Strafford

25

Yea

Harris, Jeffrey

Republican

Rockingham

09

Yea

Horn, Werner

Republican

Merrimack

02

Yea

Howard, Raymond

Republican

Belknap

08

Yea

Irwin, Virginia

Democrat

Sullivan

09

Yea

Itse, Daniel

Republican

Rockingham

10

Yea

Johnsen, Gladys

Democrat

Cheshire

07

Yea

Johnson, Eric

Republican

Grafton

07

Yea

Laware, Thomas

Republican

Sullivan

08

Yea

Leeman, Don

Republican

Strafford

23

Yea

Leishman, Peter

Democrat

Hillsborough

24

Yea

Long, Douglas

Republican

Merrimack

04

Yea

Lovejoy, Patricia

Democrat

Rockingham

36

Yea

Mann, John

Democrat

Cheshire

02

Yea

Marston, Dick

Republican

Hillsborough

19

Yea

Massimilla, Linda

Democrat

Grafton

01

Yea

McCarthy, Frank

Republican

Carroll

02

Yea

McCarthy, Peggy

Republican

Hillsborough

29

Yea

McGuire, Dan

Republican

Merrimack

21

Yea

McLean, Mark

Republican

Hillsborough

15

Yea

Murotake, David

Republican

Hillsborough

32

Yea

Murphy, Keith

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Yea

Ober, Lynne

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Yea

Ober, Russell

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Yea

Pantelakos, Laura

Democrat

Rockingham

25

Yea

Patten, Dick

Democrat

Merrimack

17

Yea

Pearson, William

Democrat

Cheshire

04

Yea

Phillips, Larry

Democrat

Cheshire

16

Yea

Proulx, Mark

Republican

Hillsborough

44

Yea

Prudhomme-O'Brien, Katherine

Republican

Rockingham

06

Yea

Rideout, Leon

Republican

Coos

07

Yea

Roberts, Carol

Democrat

Hillsborough

04

Yea

Roberts, Kris

Democrat

Cheshire

16

Yea

Rollins, Skip

Republican

Sullivan

06

Yea

Rouillard, Claire

Republican

Hillsborough

06

Yea

Schroadter, Adam

Republican

Rockingham

17

Yea

Scontsas, Lisa

Republican

Hillsborough

30

Yea

Seaworth, Brian

Republican

Merrimack

20

Yea

Shepardson, Marjorie

Democrat

Cheshire

10

Yea

Simmons, Tammy

Republican

Hillsborough

17

Yea

Southworth, Thomas

Democrat

Strafford

20

Yea

Sullivan, Daniel

Democrat

Hillsborough

42

Yea

Sullivan, Victoria

Republican

Hillsborough

16

Yea

Theberge, Robert

Democrat

Coos

03

Yea

Tilton, Benjamin

Democrat

Cheshire

12

Yea

Tilton, Franklin

Republican

Belknap

03

Yea

True, Chris

Republican

Rockingham

04

Yea

Ulery, Jordan

Republican

Hillsborough

37

Yea

Wolf, Terry

Republican

Hillsborough

07

Yea

Zaricki, Nick

Republican

Hillsborough

06

Yea

 


URGENT REQUEST! We are going for it tomorrow and need your help!

CALL TO ACTION IN THE NEXT 8 HOURS NEEDED!

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Great News!  The representative that made the motion to put SCR4 on the table is now supporting taking it off to receive a debate on the floor based upon it's merits!  It is URGENT that you help us in our hour of need as this is going down to the wire!

PLEASE TAKE THESE TWO ACTIONS WITHIN THE NEXT 8 HOURS:

1. Review the two email messages below and choose one to send to all the NH representatives.  DO NOT ADD ANY NAME TO THE INTRODUCTION BECAUSE THE MESSAGE WILL BE SENT TO ALL REPRESENTATIVES.

Please make sure to add your name and address to let them know you are from New Hampshire and also a constituent. Hit the "send now" button to send your email 

2. LOOK UP MY REPRESENTATIVES and call them within the next 8 Hours to tell them nicely you want them to vote to take SCR4 off the table and to vote to pass it completely in the House tomorrow. 

 

EMAIL ONE:

 

Representative,

SCR4 deserves a fair hearing on it's merits and needs to be removed off the table and debated on the House Floor. Although NH passed a Balanced Budget Amendment resolution, that is not enough! We need to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government such as limits on taxing, spending, and debt. 

A BBA without other limiting amendments could allow the federal government to simply RAISE TAXES to balance the budget. Please support removing SCR4 off the table and support it's passage.

 

Sincerely,

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EMAIL TWO:

 

Representative, 

  • SCR4 passed 3-0 by the Senate Rules, Enrolled Bills and Internal Affairs Committee.
  • SCR4 passed 15-9 by the Senate.
  • SCR4 passed 11-5 by the House State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee. 

Please do the right thing and vote to remove SCR4 off the table to allow an open debate of the issue and support passing SCR4. 

Thank you!

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If you are able to come to the State House in the morning to talk to legislators as they enter the chamber to let them know you want them to vote to take SCR4 off the table and also to pass it, we'd really appreciate it!  

Come on New Hampshire Convention of States Supporters!  This is our last opportunity to pass it this year and we are going for it!

Thank you for your support!

 

Ken Quinn

Regional Director

(207) 713-8700 

 

 

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