Citizen Voices

Unisex restaurant bathrooms?

Dec 22, 2017

Rep. Dan Hynes is sponsoring a 2018 bill that would repeal the requirement that larger restaurants have separate bathrooms for each sex. Current state law requires restaurants... Read more

Toll rate hikes?

Dec 19, 2017

Republican Executive Councilor Russell Prescott has proposed an increase in the state’s turnpike tolls to fund repairs and improvement to the state’s roads and bridges. If passed, it would be the first... Read more

Abortion after viability?

Dec 15, 2017

Rep. Keith Murphy is sponsoring a 2018 bill, HB 1680, that would ban abortion after viability. The bill defines viability as, "the point in pregnancy when, in... Read more

Assessments for homeschooled kids?

Dec 12, 2017

A new bill, HB 1263, would require parents to report a home-school... Read more

No soda with children's meals?

Dec 08, 2017

Rep. Rebecca McBeath is sponsoring a 2018 bill, HB 1668, that would prevent restaurants from offering soda as part of children's meals, instead limiting choices to beverages such as juice, milk and water.  ... Read more

Should NH allow school liability for suicide?

Dec 01, 2017

Earlier this month, the father of an MIT graduate student brought a lawsuit against the school claiming the college was responsible for his son’s death in 2009. ... Read more

Should NH redesign the state flag?

Nov 12, 2017

Rep. Timothy Josephson is sponsoring a 2018 bill that would establish a committee to study redesigning the state flag. The committee would be tasked with developing... Read more

Steroid testing for state police?

Nov 09, 2017

Rep. J.R. Hoell is sponsoring a 2018 bill that would require random testing of state police officers for steroid use. Rep. Hoell sponsored a similar bill in 2016, which would... Read more

Planned Parenthood contract for family planning care?

Nov 06, 2017

The New Hampshire Executive Council recently voted on giving state and federal dollars to ten health care providers who offer family planning services to low income residents. ... Read more

Ban on vaping indoors?

Nov 01, 2017

New York last month became the latest state to ban e-cigarettes and vaping in indoor public areas where traditional tobacco cigarettes are prohibited, such as restaurants, bars and other workplaces. ... Read more

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