Concord, N.H. - Sununu's NHGOP celebrates their backward priorities behind closed doors Today, the New Hampshire Republican Party held a closed-door convention, mirroring the erosion of press access the Trump's administration has sadly become famous for in the last year and a half. While Governor Sununu's NHGOP has chosen to keep their business -- the people's business -- a secret, their radical record & over-the-top rhetoric have made New Hampshire Republican priorities quit
Concord, N.H. - New Hampshire's chance to establish a paid family and medical leave program ended today after the Senate voted on party lines to send HB 628 to interim study, effectively killing the bill that sought to establish an opt-out paid family leave program of up to 6 weeks for employees HB 628 passed the House of Representatives three times with bipartisan support before Senate Republicans killed the initiative.
HB 628 ultimately failed after Governor Sununu said he
Concord, N.H. - Today, the Republican-controlled New Hampshire Senate Finance Committee voted to send HB 628, a bill to establish an opt-out paid family leave program of up to 6 weeks for employees, to interim study, effectively killing the legislation. During his campaign, Governor Sununu said he supported paid family leave, but just days ago, he said he would veto the current version of the legislation.
NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: