#12, March 16, 2018
It's been a quiet week in Concord, at least as far as ODA priority bills are concerned. No action on either of the two bills still living. This coming week will be similarly uneventful.
What you need to know in a nutshell
Both Senate and House meet in general session on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, cleaning up their calendars before crossover on March 22.
SB 33, the bill that would close the loophole that allows independent spending groups to avoid registering with the Secretary of State and filing expenditure reports, remains on the table in the House with the pending question: Refer to Interim Study. No telling when it might surface again.
SB 363 (bans foreign donations) passed the Senate and heads to the House. A hearing on the bill is yet to be scheduled in the House Election Law Committee.
Mark your calendar
Capital Coalition, Open Democracy, New Hampshire Progress Alliance, America Votes New Hampshire, and Granite State Progress are sponsoring a forum: "Citizen Action Against Gerrymandering." This is a great opportunity to learn about redistricting issues from the experts.
When: Saturday 3/24, 1 to 5 p.m.
Where: NHTI, Concord.
More information and registration for this free event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/citizen-action-against-gerrymandering-a-forum-tickets-43003068335.
Link to supporting documents for specific bills
To contact ODA
Open Democracy Action: 4 Park Street Suite 301, Concord, NH 03301
Office: (603) 715-8197
Olivia Zink: [email protected]; (603) 661-8621 (cell)
Rick Bourdon: [email protected]; (603) 795-2818; (603) 759-1888 (cell)
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