Free market as long as it runs according to Rep. Ulery’s rules.
When askedwhy he sponsored HB 577, Rep. Ulery explained his intention was to preventretailers from becoming isolated
like the Jews in the ghettos of Europe
–apparently Rep. Ulery believes that this persecution of Jews was a voluntary movedowntown. HB 577 requires
“retail establishments that provide in-storeaisle markings or directions in a foreign language to provide such signs inthe 6 official languages of the United Nations.”
The bill will be heard beforethe House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee on Tuesday, March 1 at11:30 a.m.
Rep. Ulery has either forgotten about the concept of the
”market that he professes to support or his prejudice toward any languageother than English is showing.
A handful of legislators know what is better for your children than youdo!
A breathtakingly retrograde and draconian bill would make it far moredifficult, if not impossible, to divorce if you have children under the age of 18years. HB 587 will ban the use of
” if there are minorchildren involved. For more than 40 years, the use of
has allowed individuals to avoid costly, public airings of the reasons for thedissolution of their marriage. Adults generally know whether their marriage issalvageable and one would hope, that they also know what is best for theirchildren in such cases as well. For inexplicable reasons, the sponsors, includinglocal State Representative Warren Groen, obviously believe that
know better. They will force parents to prove that one has, for example, committed adultery,been extremely cruel, become impotent or been a drunkard or abandoned thefamily for at least two years – you’ll just have to suffer for the other year and 364days – among other
for divorce. (See RSA 458:7 for a comprehensive listof grounds that may be used to
cause as to why a court may grant adivorce.) HB 587 will be heard before the House Children and Family LawCommittee on in Rm. 206, LOB, on Thursday, March 3 at 9:30 a.m..
You maywant to contact the Committee members at
and tell them that you don’t approve of ideological meddling into theprivate affairs of New Hampshire citizens.
You might ask them while you’reat it to explain how an intrusive bill such as this helps to balance the budget andcreate jobs.
Where are the jobs??
The Dangerous or at least Harmful