Lincoln Reagan Dinner Huge Success

by Chairman Chris Ager On April 7th, 2022 we held the largest and most successful Lincoln Reagan Dinner in the State. [see photos on left] Thank you to our Keynote Speaker Secretary Mike Pompeo! Congratulations to Senator Gary Daniels for earning our Lincoln Reagan...

NH Joins Lawsuit Against Vaccine Mandates

New Hampshire Joins Eleven-State Coalition in Lawsuit Against Federal Government Regarding OSHA Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers Concord, NH – Attorney General John M. Formella announces that the State of New Hampshire has joined with the states of Missouri,...

First Round of Education Freedom Accounts

First round of Education Freedom Accounts funding to be released CONCORD, NH — More than 1,600 children throughout New Hampshire have been approved for Education Freedom Accounts, and the New Hampshire Department of Education is pleased to announce that the first...

Sen. Denise Ricciardi: NH Can Keep Its Promise to Cities and Towns

CALL ME OLD FASHIONED, but I think a promise made should be a promise kept. The Meals and Rooms Tax is that extra charge on the bottom of your restaurant bill added by the state. It also applies to hotel rooms and other parts of New Hampshire’s hospitality industry....

NH Senate Passes Right to Work Bill

Despite opposition from unions and other special interest groups, the New Hampshire state Senate on Thursday passed a so-called “Right To Work” bill, which would free private-sector workers from being forced to pay union-mandated fees in order to work. Read more.. NH...

Critical Race Theory Fight Comes to Concord

New Hampshire schools and state agencies would be prohibited from teaching “divisive concepts” under a bill proposed by a New Boston Republican, who filed the legislation in response to the spread of “critical race theory” (CRT) in American institutions. His proposal...