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posted Oct 19, 2009, 8:24 PM by Al Baldasaro   [ updated Mar 26, 2011, 9:32 AM by Judy Seppala ]


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  • HB1672 To Repeal LLC Tax Once again we tried to protect small Business's by REPEALING the LLC unconstitution TAX. Democrats refused to kill. 198Y-163N.I was outside of the State House and missed this vote due to changes in the scheduled speaker.
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  • HB1693 concerning the carrying of a firearm into the State House Once again Democrats voted against 2nd Amendment rights where a Facilities Committee over ruled a Legislators intent. 191Y-167NHOUSE BILL 1693 AN ACT relative to the powers of the joint committee on legislative facilities. SPONSORS: Rep. Chandler, Carr 1; Rep. Rodeschin, Sull 2; Rep. W. O'Brien, Hills 4; Rep. Packard, Rock 3; Rep. Coffey, Merr 6; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Letourneau, Dist 19; Sen. Carson, Dist 14 COMMITTEE: Legislative Administration ANALYSISThis bill prohibits the legislative facilities committee from adopting a rule, policy, or procedure concerning the carrying of a firearm or dangerous or deadly weapon into the state house, legislative office building, or Upham Walker house which is different than the rules, policies, or procedures in ... 
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  • A vote for kids: Killing a feel-good bill - Sunday, Mar. 7, 2010 Union Leader :  March 7th 2010  The above mention article is a bunch of bull because 20 states have the no child molester zones around the schools and have been challenged in their courts.The Democrats want to use the constitution when protecting Child Molesters, well what about the kids rights when these perverts move into your neighborhood and your... children are no longer able to play outside, as they are held hostage now.Take a look at the NH Child Molesters list and see how many perverts who have moved into NH because our laws are very relaxed except for the checking in to the Police on where you live. Gee, no smoking zones, no gun zones and no drug ... 
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  • NH, Massachusetts lawmakers speak against I-93 toll By Terry Datetdate@eagletribune.com   "If a toll were proposed, legislative opposition would be strong", Sapareto said. Massachusetts has not filed a letter with the Federal Highway Administration indicating its intent to apply for the toll program. New Hampshire has filed a letter of intent with the agency. A coalition of more than 70 legislators from New Hampshire and Massachusetts restated its opposition to Interstate 93 border tolls yesterday, following word that New Hampshire plans to apply for federal approval for a southbound toll in April.  "We have nothing to do with this application for federal approval," said Rep. Frank Sapareto, R-Derry, a coalition organizer. Furthermore, Sapareto said, he wonders where New Hampshire Department of Transportation Commissioner George ... 
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posted Mar 24, 2010 7:20 PM by Web Manager   [ updated Mar 24, 2010 9:46 PM ]

Once again we tried to protect small Business's by REPEALING the LLC unconstitution TAX. Democrats refused to kill. 198Y-163N.

I was outside of the State House and missed this vote due to changes in the scheduled speaker.

| Attachments:  HB1672 _LLC_ 3 24 2010.pdf

posted Mar 24, 2010 6:51 PM by Web Manager

Once again Democrats voted against 2nd Amendment rights where a Facilities Committee over ruled a Legislators intent. 191Y-167N

HOUSE BILL 1693

AN ACT relative to the powers of the joint committee on legislative facilities.

SPONSORS: Rep. Chandler, Carr 1; Rep. Rodeschin, Sull 2; Rep. W. O'Brien, Hills 4; Rep. Packard, Rock 3; Rep. Coffey, Merr 6; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Letourneau, Dist 19; Sen. Carson, Dist 14

COMMITTEE: Legislative Administration

ANALYSIS

This bill prohibits the legislative facilities committee from adopting a rule, policy, or procedure concerning the carrying of a firearm or dangerous or deadly weapon into the state house, legislative office building, or Upham Walker house which is different than the rules, policies, or procedures in effect prior to December 21, 2009. The prohibition is repealed December 31, 2011.



| Attachments:  HB1693 3 24 2010.pdf

posted Mar 7, 2010 11:11 PM by Web Manager

Union Leader :  March 7th 2010  

The above mention article is a bunch of bull because 20 states have the no child molester zones around the schools and have been challenged in their courts.
The Democrats want to use the constitution when protecting Child Molesters, well what about the kids rights when these perverts move into your neighborhood and your... children are no longer able to play outside, as they are held hostage now.
Take a look at the NH Child Molesters list and see how many perverts who have moved into NH because our laws are very relaxed except for the checking in to the Police on where you live. 
Gee, no smoking zones, no gun zones and no drug zones around our schools but if your a Molester, it's OK!!!!
Just my Opinion!!!!- , Rep AL Baldasaro Londonderry

posted Feb 23, 2010 9:32 AM by Web Manager   [ updated Mar 2, 2010 10:26 PM ]
 

"If a toll were proposed, legislative opposition would be strong", Sapareto said.

Massachusetts has not filed a letter with the Federal Highway Administration indicating its intent to apply for the toll program. New Hampshire has filed a letter of intent with the agency.

A coalition of more than 70 legislators from New Hampshire and Massachusetts restated its opposition to Interstate 93 border tolls yesterday, following word that New Hampshire plans to apply for federal approval for a southbound toll in April. 

"We have nothing to do with this application for federal approval," said Rep. Frank Sapareto, R-Derry, a coalition organizer.

Furthermore, Sapareto said, he wonders where New Hampshire Department of Transportation Commissioner George Campbell is getting his "marching orders" to pursue federal approval.

New Hampshire DOT spokesman Bill Boynton said the commissioner is required by state law "to explore any and all funding options to meet the transportation needs of the state of New Hampshire."

Final action on any funding options would come from the Legislature, Boynton said.

The two-state coalition first stated its opposition to border tolls about a year ago when its ranks included former state Sen. Scott Brown — now a U.S. senator.

Other Bay State legislators in the coalition included Rep. David Torrisi, D-North Andover; Sen. Steven Baddour, D-Methuen; Sen. Susan Tucker, D-Andover; and Sen. Robert Hedlund, R-Weymouth.

In New Hampshire, coalition members included Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry; Rep. Margaret Crisler, R-Windham; Rep. Frank Emiro, R-Londonderry; and Rep. Anthony DiFruscia, R-Windham.

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posted Feb 7, 2010 5:42 AM by Web Manager   [ updated Mar 2, 2010 10:37 PM ]

Sunday, February 7, 2010
Editor's note: This is one in an occasional series about state legislation regarding sex offenders.

By AARON SANBORN

asanborn@fosters.com

A hearing on a proposed law that would ban sex offender residency restrictions like those the city of Dover once had is slated for Wednesday in the state House of Representatives.

Meanwhile, a bill proposing the opposite — to create statewide residency restrictions — also is coming before lawmakers Wednesday.

"We protect schools from cigarette smoking, we protect schools with no-gun zones," said State Rep. Alfred Baldasaro, R-Londonderry, the bill's primary sponsor. "But why aren't we protecting schools from sexual predators?"

He said a recent issue in his town involving a sexual predator moving near an elementary school led him to propose the bill. He said he also is concerned about the number of sex offenders moving to the state.

"The state list is growing and growing every year; they're coming from all over the country," he said. "It would be a shame if we don't do this. This is about protecting our kids." 

State Rep. Nancy Elliott, R-Merrimack, is co-sponsoring Baldasaro's bill, which she said makes "good common sense."

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More News about Representative Baldasaro
posted Feb 5, 2010 11:21 AM by Web Manager   [ updated Feb 5, 2010 11:28 AM ]
Rob's Law bill would make for safer backing

User Submitted News
Thursday, February 4, 2010


LONDONDERRY — My name is Christopher Augeri and I am reaching out in search of support for Bill 1405 - Rob's Law, introduced to the House January 6, 2010 and currently in the Transportation Committee for review. 

My wife Janet, Rob's widow Kim and I have worked very hard with Londonderry Representative Al Baldasaro to introduce this Bill since the death of our son, Robert Christopher Augeri, on June 3, 2008. Rob was working for a paving contractor when he was struck from behind by a dump truck in a highway work zone and killed, leaving behind 4 children and a young widow in Londonderry, NH. He was 31.

Since that time we have learned that backover accidents like the one that took Rob's young life occur all over the nation and include not only roadway workers, but police officers, municipal employees and pedestrians.

Rob's Law seeks to prevent these acciddents by requiring that construction vehicles can be operated in reverse "only when a designated observer signals that it is safe to do so or before operating such equipment in reverse, the driver visually determines that no individual is in the path of such equipment.:

Currently, Virginia and Washington State have this Bill on the books as state law and virtually every Federal Agency tasked for worker safety recommends the action addressed in our Bill (CDC, NIOSH, FMCSA, and MSHA). Please take a moment to read the bill (link below) and consider supporting Rob's Law. 

Bill 1405 - Robs Law:
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/m_billtext.aspx?billnumber=HB1405.html

Transportation Committee:
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/committeedetails.aspx?code=H27

Our website:
www.robslaw.org


Thank you

 
 
posted Jan 28, 2010 11:44 AM by Al Baldasaro   [ updated Jan 28, 2010 12:04 PM by Web Manager ]

Jan, 28, 2010 10:46 AM - Derry News, The (NH)

Jan. 28--State Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry, brings a great deal of passion to his legislative work.

Sometimes, that passion serves him well, as in his work for Londonderry's elderly and veterans, and his strong commitment to volunteerism that earned him well deserved recognition from his community. Baldasaro was Londonderry's "Volunteer of the Year" in 2009.

But an excess of passion can carry away the best of us. And such was the case when Baldasaro appeared before the House Judiciary Committee to testify in favor of a repeal of the gay marriage law.

The law permitting same-sex couples in New Hampshire to marry passed the Legislature last year, was signed by Gov. John Lynch in June and took effect this past Jan. 1. Baldasaro believes that the law should be repealed and is a prime sponsor of a bill in the Legislature this session to do just that.


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posted Jan 25, 2010 11:47 AM by Judy Seppala   [ updated Jan 28, 2010 12:00 PM by Web Manager ]
Union Leader  By ALEC O'MEARA  1/26/2010

"For a period, this little battalion was doing the best work of its kind while in Iraq," Falcone said. "Its members should be proud in what they accomplished." As one of the final phases of reintegration, the troops were thanked personally by a cross-section of elected officials during the ceremony, including Gov. John Lynch, Rep. Carol-Shea Porter, State Rep. Al Baldasaro and representatives from other New England states.

Their message was one of both gratitude and support. Lynch offered his direct phone line to any members of the troop that were having trouble finding the way back to civilian life, either personally or professionally.

"Just as you have so gallantly served your country, as governor I will do what I can to serve you as well," Lynch told the soldiers.

Baldasaro turned his attention to the family members waiting for loved ones in the bleachers of the school gym.

"The real unsung heroes, the family, we thank you," Baldasaro said. "I know as a father who sent his son over to Iraq what you endure, what you go through and how you keep the house going on, God bless you and thank you for what you do."

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posted Jan 11, 2010 9:04 PM by Al Baldasaro
POSTED: 5:46 pm EST January 11, 2010  WMUR CHANNEL 9 MANCHESTER

Watch video of testimony here

"CONCORD, N.H. -- A bill that would make carrying a handgun in the State House a felony pitted safety advocates against gun-rights supporters on Monday.Opponents of the measure called it an attack on the 2nd Amendment, but supporters said that if guns aren't allowed in schools or other government buildings, why would the State House be any different?

"Are you aware that New Hampshire is the safest state in the country because of our gun laws and people have guns in their homes?" said Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry."

  • Sample Ballot for Londonderry and Auburn Republican Primary Sept 14 DOWNLOAD SAMPLE BALLOT
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  • HB1672 To Repeal LLC Tax Once again we tried to protect small Business's by REPEALING the LLC unconstitution TAX. Democrats refused to kill. 198Y-163N.I was outside of the State House and missed this vote due to changes in the scheduled speaker.
    Posted Mar 24, 2010 9:46 PM by Web Manager
  • HB1693 concerning the carrying of a firearm into the State House Once again Democrats voted against 2nd Amendment rights where a Facilities Committee over ruled a Legislators intent. 191Y-167NHOUSE BILL 1693 AN ACT relative to the powers of the joint committee on legislative facilities. SPONSORS: Rep. Chandler, Carr 1; Rep. Rodeschin, Sull 2; Rep. W. O'Brien, Hills 4; Rep. Packard, Rock 3; Rep. Coffey, Merr 6; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Letourneau, Dist 19; Sen. Carson, Dist 14 COMMITTEE: Legislative Administration ANALYSISThis bill prohibits the legislative facilities committee from adopting a rule, policy, or procedure concerning the carrying of a firearm or dangerous or deadly weapon into the state house, legislative office building, or Upham Walker house which is different than the rules, policies, or procedures in ... 
    Posted Mar 24, 2010 6:56 PM by Web Manager
  • A vote for kids: Killing a feel-good bill - Sunday, Mar. 7, 2010 Union Leader :  March 7th 2010  The above mention article is a bunch of bull because 20 states have the no child molester zones around the schools and have been challenged in their courts.The Democrats want to use the constitution when protecting Child Molesters, well what about the kids rights when these perverts move into your neighborhood and your... children are no longer able to play outside, as they are held hostage now.Take a look at the NH Child Molesters list and see how many perverts who have moved into NH because our laws are very relaxed except for the checking in to the Police on where you live. Gee, no smoking zones, no gun zones and no drug ... 
    Posted Mar 7, 2010 11:15 PM by Web Manager
  • NH, Massachusetts lawmakers speak against I-93 toll By Terry Datetdate@eagletribune.com   "If a toll were proposed, legislative opposition would be strong", Sapareto said. Massachusetts has not filed a letter with the Federal Highway Administration indicating its intent to apply for the toll program. New Hampshire has filed a letter of intent with the agency. A coalition of more than 70 legislators from New Hampshire and Massachusetts restated its opposition to Interstate 93 border tolls yesterday, following word that New Hampshire plans to apply for federal approval for a southbound toll in April.  "We have nothing to do with this application for federal approval," said Rep. Frank Sapareto, R-Derry, a coalition organizer. Furthermore, Sapareto said, he wonders where New Hampshire Department of Transportation Commissioner George ... 
    Posted Mar 2, 2010 10:26 PM by Web Manager
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posted Jan 8, 2010 2:03 PM by mbaldasaro@comcast.net   [ updated Mar 2, 2010 10:24 PM by Web Manager ]

Representative Al Baldasaro to ask Town Council, recognize Marriage as One Man and One Woman

"Early this morning Representative David Bates of the Salem and Windham District, issued a press release indicating that members of the new “Let NH Vote” organization from every county will deliver citizen’s petitions to Town Hall’s throughout New Hampshire today to have an article placed on the Warrant for their March 9th Town Meetings."

"Representative Bates said, “This is in response to the law which took effect January 1st that redefined “marriage” to include homosexual relationships.  The question voters will be asked on March 9th is intended to determine the will of the New Hampshire voters concerning the marriage debate.” ...

Representative Al Baldasaro of Londonderry, New Hampshire

Representative Bates intends to gather with Petitioners from 9 of New Hampshire’s 10 Counties for a press conference at 1pm tomorrow Tuesday, January 5th, to announce the details of the initiative.

Since Londonderry has a Town Council form of government with a budgetary Town Meeting, the petition needs to be presented to the council in order to determine if they will allow it to be on the ballot.  Al Baldasaro plans to present the petition at 7pm tonight to the Town Council.

In a plea to would be supporters Representative Baldasaro asked for Londonderry Voters to, “Please contact me to Sign the Petition to Demand the right to VOTE in the definition of Marriage as an Amendment to the NH Constitution, whether you are for or against Gay Marriage you deserve the right to vote.”

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posted Jan 8, 2010 11:21 AM by Web Manager   [ updated Mar 2, 2010 10:44 PM by Web Manager ]
Baldasaro, Project P.L.A.Y. are Volunteers of the Year

2008 Volunteer of the Year Al Baldasaro was named 2008 Londonderry Volunteer of the Year at the March 2 Town Council Meeting. Here, he accepts his award from Town Councilor Kathy Wagner. Suzanne Laurent/Staff photo Suzanne Laurent/Staff Photographer (Click for larger image)










Baldasaro said veterans like himself gave Mack the right to actually have the freedom of speech to express his views on signs.

"But Andy's Andy," Baldasaro said.

"I love Andy. He's like a brother, but the liberal brother I never had."

No fan of signs Published: August 20, 2009 04:35 pm

To the editor: 

To my friend Andy Mack in reference to your letter to the Editor last week offering the Republicans a spot to rebut you by posting on the back of your signs where you scribbled your support of Obama's government take over on health insurance. 

First I am not the Republican Chairman and if you stayed around Londonderry, you would have known that I have stepped down last year but I just might step back in, since you motivated me with your signs once again. Time will tell! 

I, along with many Republicans, respected the wishes of the Old Home Day committee on ensuring that we continue to treat Old Home Day week as a gathering for friends and families to come together as one town, take care of our Non-Profits and not to be divided by your political liberal views. We republicans will not lower our self to feed into the disrespect you have shown to our community, so we will not post anything on your signs. 

Andy, I have the utmost respect for the Mack family, who does allot for our community, and you as an 
individual want too continue to divide us all with your political views posted on your land. Let's not forget that many acres of your land was not just Democrats who paid for your easement's but all the tax payers did through open space money. For your information at the Old Home Day Republican Booth, I have talked with Democrats, Independents, Republican (Americans) who all were disgusted with your signs which were posted on the parade route. What is a shame is some out-of-town visitors who shopped at your stand that day, did not like your signs and when they found out you (Andy Mack) put the signs up; they said they will never shop there again. The chair of OHD, Kathy Wagner asked you to wait until OHD were over and you refused where you divided the town once again as a business owner. 

The good people of Londonderry are not stupid where they need to read your signs to understand Obama's socialized health insurance program but you have the right to express your freedom of speech. Mr. Mack, what would our town look like if we all followed your example and posted our political views on 4 X 8 sheets of plywood? I for one am glad that we do not follow your example! 

In closing Andy, thanks to our veterans who gave some and especially those who gave all for giving you the freedoms to express your views. We may agree to disagree with your views but that is your right.



AL Baldasaro, State Representative

Al Baldasaro (R) Inc. October 16, 2008 01:29 pm   

People can always count on me to clearly and honestly state where I stand on the issues — who I am and what I stand for, as my record speaks for itself.

I want to ensure New Hampshire stays a Live Free or Die state and that we maintain the NH Advantage. I'll continue to vote in protecting our quality of life. I don't support an income tax or a broad base tax. I'll continue to fight the Democrats on bringing back parental notification and fight for the protection of our children from the child molesters.

I support our 1st Amendment Rights and 2nd Amendment rights 100 percent of the time. I am a strong supporter of the Constitution and believe that marriage is between a man and a woman and the people of NH should vote up or down on a constitutional change. I will continue to push for smaller government and fight to keep government out of our pockets. I support less spending which means less taxes! By sending me back to Concord, it will ensure there is someone looking out for you, who is dedicated and will protect your wallet.

Community involvement: Vice Chair of the Elder Affairs Committee, Finance Chair for Old Home Day Committee.


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posted Jan 8, 2010 10:47 AM by Web Manager   [ updated Mar 2, 2010 10:47 PM by Web Manager ]
Al Baldasaro at the Memorial Day Parade in Londonderry, New Hampshire                             
Al Baldasaro "Volunteer of the Year"

March 5, 2009

 Monday night the Town Council awarded Citizen, Volunteer and Volunteer group of the year.  Since the Londonderry Chamber closed operation in 2000 the council has given this award, normally at town meeting.   The “Londonderry Tube” presentation is available here on-demand along with the transcript as presented by Kathy Wagner.
Many of you in this room and at home are not going to believe what I am about to say, but listen carefully to the items that this Londonderry resident has accomplished in a relatively short period of time.
This individual has run for local office several times, and because God has a sense of humor and does everything for a reason, his losses have been very lucky for our town. He continued his quest for public office and let me explain why the community of Londonderry was lucky that he did not win instantly;  A volunteer is a person who takes or expresses a willingness to undertake a service. This individual puts their heart and soul into the community; they would give the shirt off their back if it was needed.

An original member of Alert, a member of the Old Home Day Committee, Member of Post 27 and the VFW, Vice Chairman of the Elder Affairs Committee. Member of the Workforce Housing Committee, for over four years — this individual has led the front for affordable housing for our seniors. During the Ice Storm he was always at the shelter or driving around to check on elderly residents who would not leave their homes because of their pets. Has helped Warm Homes, and worked at cover the common. A member of the first Londonderry Leadership course, never shy to exercises his opinions at town or school meetings and when the band left for Washington and needed a marine escort, this individual came through.

When finally winning his quest for State Representative, Al has never turned anyone away when they have asked him to sponsor a bill for them, called them to their home for a problem, and no matter what news story, always finds a way into the picture. School Funding, Historic Property legislation, and of course Veterans Legislation. If you are an eagle scout, a student or a citizen that has an award, expect to see Al with a proclamation in his hand, that is, if he is not at the airport meeting our troops coming home or distributing clothing to homeless veterans at Liberty House or working with Moore-Mart to get needed items to our troops in harm’s way.

Al is one of those people that will go the extra mile for anyone. It is with great pleasure that I present Volunteer of the Year to Al Baladasro.

Kathy Wagner

posted Jan 8, 2010 9:17 AM by Web Manager

Lawmaker Wants Public To Vote On Gay Marriage
NHPR

Al Baldasaro thinks same-sex marriage was too big a step for lawmakers to have taken without a public referendum. He insists same-sex marriage came about ...
 
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posted Jan 8, 2010 9:14 AM by Web Manager

Lawmaker wants voters to decide same-sex marriage
Concord Monitor
Al Baldasaro, a Londonderry Republican, would repeal same-sex marriage. Baldasaro said he supports giving Granite Staters the right to vote on the amendment ...

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posted Jan 8, 2010 9:05 AM by Web Manager

Attendance records

The following is a list of the Londonderry state representatives and their voting participation records in 2009.

Sherm Packard 100 percent

Frank Emiro 97.7 percent

Al Baldasaro 94 percent

Dudley Dumaine 89.3 percent

James Headd 89.3 percent

Betsy McKinney 85.4 percent

Robert Introne 83.8 percent

Karen Hutchinson 60 percent

Clinton Bailey 5.4 percent


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posted Jan 8, 2010 8:59 AM by Web Manager
The Veterans Day event was coordinated by Elaine Peters and Lucille Doerr. Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry, a Marine veteran from the Desert Storm, said that those left at home during wartime — especially the spouses — were the ones who should be thanked.






posted Jan 7, 2010 8:58 AM by Web Manager

Jim Steele January 5, 2010 Read Letter in Entirety  


"Mr. Baldasaro is right on one salient point, in that we, the citizens of New Hampshire, did not get to vote on the issue.

Al is my friend, and while he and I have established that we are on opposite sides of most political debates, we share a love for our country, we served our country, and we agree that all citizens should have a voice, at the individual level, on the issues. It is probably also true that he is driving this because he thinks there is a chance that a popular vote will override the legislature’s recent ruling on gay marriage. But his fundamental premise, that we should decide the issue at the voter level, is supported not only by democratic principles dating back to Athens in 550 B.C., but by America’s founding fathers."

posted Jan 5, 2010 10:08 PM by Web Manager
Windham state rep: 'Let NH vote' on marriage
By TOM FAHEY
State House Bureau Chief 

"Baldasaro said he had no doubt he could get the signatures needed."

"All I'll need to do is go to a couple churches on Sunday, and I'll have all the signatures I need," Baldasaro said."



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posted Oct 15, 2009, 4:00 PM by Al Baldasaro   [ updated Dec 27, 2010, 10:49 AM ]


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