March 31, 2019 Update

Last week the  Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony on HB455 relative to the repeal of the death penalty.  The bill passed the House floor on a veto-proof majority vote! About 50 people helped out as it moved through the House using our tool. On Tuesday, April 3 at 9:00 AM in Room 100 of the State House, the committee will vote on the bill. Be there to listen to the debate if you can.

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Mindi Messmer
March 24, 2019 Update

HB494, relative to removal or containment of contaminants from the Coakley Landfill passed the House Floor on a whopping vote of 230-98 after the full House kept the Imminent Threat declaration in the bill. Over 100 emails were sent to House members about this bill.  Thank you all for raising your voice about this important environmental issue – our work is not done we have to now focus on the Senate.  Click here to use our tool that makes it super easy to send all NH Senators a message to support this bill.

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Mindi Messmer
Updates January 26, 2019

Activity is under full swing at the State House again. Your day-to-day life is directly impacted by what happens in Concord so it's good to keep apprised of what your state representatives and senators are doing on your behalf and support and communicate with them as much as you can. 

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Mindi Messmer
Join me in declaring a climate emergency!

Join me in declaring a Climate Emergency. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), levels of carbon dioxide, CO2, in the Earth’s atmosphere have reached the highest levels seen in 800,000 years.  Levels of other global warming gases (methane and nitrous oxide) were the highest on record. In addition, 2017 was one of the hottest years on record since the 1800’s. 

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Kimberly Sychterz
Pivotal PFAS Bill Signed by Governor

September 13 will be “Veto Day” when legislators have one final chance to override vetoes from the governor on bills previously passed by the legislature. These votes will close a critical chapter in my public service only two days after a new chapter hopefully begins with my selection on September 11 as your Democratic nominee for Congress.

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Kimberly Sychterz