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Hudson - Litchfield News

May 21, 2010 - 7

How They Voted

by Representative Andrew Renzullo, Hillsborough County, District 27

Here are some important votes taken by your state representatives in Hillsborough District 27 (Hudson, Litchfield and Pelham) and Rockingham

SB 450 - A bill to close the budget deficit.

Analysis: New Hampshire faces an estimated $300 million budget deficit. While there were some cuts, this bill proposed to close that budget gap primarily by increased taxes ($25 million) on non-cigarette tobacco products, marriage licenses, copies of birth certificates, insurance premiums, electricity generation and estates over $2 million. The bill also proposed to bond some $65 million in operating expenses. A part of the bill that incensed the opponents of the increased taxes was the inclusion of a provision to repeal

Hillsborough County, District 27

Christiansen, Lars (R) Doherty, Shaun (R) Haefner, Robert (R) Jasper, Shawn (R) Ober, Lynne (R) Ober, Russell (R)

Renzullo, Andrew (R) Ulery, Jordan (R) Boehm, Ralph (R) Gandia, Laura (R) Hardy, Valerie (D) Knowles, John (D)

Knowles, Mary Ann (D)

Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Not Voting Not Voting In Favor In Favor In Favor

SB 455 - An act relative to Federal Health Care Reform

Analysis: This bill authorizes the insurance commissioner to implement the insurance reforms required under federal law, generally referred to as Obamacare. Proponents felt that the new federal health care law was the law of the land and should be implemented. Opponents felt the law

Hillsborough County, District 27

Boehm, Ralph (R)

Christiansen, Lars (R) Doherty, Shaun (R) Haefner, Robert (R) Jasper, Shawn (R) Ober, Lynne (R) Ober, Russell (R)

Renzullo, Andrew (R) Ulery, Jordan (R) Gandia, Laura (R) Hardy, Valerie (D) Knowles, John (D)

Knowles, Mary Ann (D)

Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Not Voting In Favor In Favor In Favor

District 4 (Windham and Salem). In some instances the YEA or NAY will be changed to another term to avoid confusion as to the intent of the vote.

the LLC tax in this bill, thus forcing those who opposed increasing taxes to vote against repealing the LLC tax. Proponents of the bill beat back 12 amendments to remove taxes or tax increases plus rejected an attempt to divide the question and vote on repealing the LLC tax separately from the vote on the remainder of the bill. On May 12, after seven hours of debate, the final bill passed 182 voting In Favor and 173 Opposed. (Delegation vote listed below). The next day the Senate Finance Committee voted unanimously to recommend the full Senate kill SB 450.

Rockingham Country, District 4

Bates, David (R)

Belanger, Ronald (R) Bettencourt, David (R) Crisler, Margaret (R) DiFruscia, Anthony (R) Elliott, Robert (R) Griffin, Mary (R) Ingram, Russell (R) Kolodziej, Walter (R) McMahon, Charles (R) Priestley, Anne (R) Garcia, Marilinda (R) Webber, Carolyn (D)

Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Not Voting In Favor

was being challenged as unconstitutional and was not favored by the majority of citizens. On May 13, the bill passed the New Hampshire House on a vote of 182 In Favor and 121 Opposed. (Delegation vote below). As this proposal was grafted onto a Senate Bill as a non-germane amendment, the bill now moves back to the Senate for concurrence.

Rockingham Country, District 4

Bates, David (R)

Bettencourt, David (R) Crisler, Margaret (R) Elliott, Robert (R) Griffin, Mary (R) Ingram, Russell (R) Kolodziej, Walter (R) Priestley, Anne (R) Belanger, Ronald (R) Garcia, Marilinda (R) McMahon, Charles (R) DiFruscia, Anthony (R) Webber, Carolyn (D)

Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Opposed Not Voting Not Voting Not Voting In Favor In Favor

A Letter from the President!

I am a new mom so you’ll understand if I look a little tired in my photo. I had 4

kittens who were all recently adopted from the shelter, and now I’m ready to go to a great new home too! I am a beautiful, sweet 1 year-old Tortie who loves to be held and patted. I’m a great companion and liked to follow my foster mom all

around her house. There were other cats and calm dogs in her home, and I enjoyed their company too. I have been neutered so there will be no more kittens for me, whew! I also am up to date on all of my

vaccines and have been microchiped. Come visit me and the other great cats here at the shelter.

Alexandra Huey

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If you are a high energy and spirited person/family who likes outdoor

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ready for a summer of fun and adventure! Like all of the pets here at the shelter, I am spayed/neutered, microchiped, and am up to date on all of my vaccines.

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to write letters to the President. Using their best penmanship and letter-writing skills, the children composed letters asking questions about the first family and life in the White House. In May, to everyone’s surprise, an envelope from the White House showed up in the mailbox. It contained a signed picture of the President; a picture of Bo, the first dog; and a letter from President Barack Obama, in which he wrote “America needs young people like you who are studying hard, serving your community, and dreaming big dreams.” Surely, this describes these enthusiastic kindergarteners.

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