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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Report from the Legislature: Abortion, Marriage, Drugs and Death

The legislative sessions on March 24, 25 and 25 saw votes on over 250 bills, including such controversial issues as a woman's right to chose, repeal of the death penalty, same-sex marriage, transgender rights and medical marijuana. It was an exciting and emotional week for all members, no matter on what side of an issue.

For details of the votes cast by members of the House of Representatives from Rockingham District 1, click

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Report from the Legislature: Tolls and Taxes

Throughout March, the House of Representatives has dealt with issues of finance. For results of some of those votes, and to see how representatives from Rockingham District 1 voted, click
here to read the report posted in The Forum [].

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Report From the Legislature: HCRs or "if you want my opinion"

HCRs or House Concurrent Resolutions are used to put the legislature on record on some aspect of national or state policy. If they start in the Senate they are, not surprisingly, SCRs. Since they are not signed by the governor they are essentially opinions of the legislature.

Last session there were resolutions in the House on impeaching Bush and building a 700 mile wall along the border with Mexico among several others. They were tabled. My preference would be to table all House Resolutions and Concurrent Resolutions until the end of the sessions as they take a lot of time that could be better used doing the real work of the legislature. They anyone who wants to can debate as long as they please.

During the past two weeks there were four House Concurrent Resolutions which if passed also had to go the the Senate; thus they had to be considered now. They included issues concerning international agreements, election funding, and nullification and seccession. To read about the HCRs click here.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Report from the Legislature: Voter Privacy, Seat Belts and Education

After some weeks of committee hearings, the legislature has begun voting on legislation. Voter Privacy, Seat Belts and Education were hot issues in early March.

You can read about the role call votes of the state representatives from Rockingham District 1 by clicking here.