New Hampshire’s economy is strong

MESSAGE FROM THE REPUBLICAN LEADER
 

House Republicans and Friends Across New Hampshire,

Thanks to our state’s Republican led legislature, the state of  New Hampshire’s economy is strong. As our caucus continues to cut burdensome regulations to unleash the full strength and potential of our economy, our state’s revenues are up and we are poised to fully recover from where our economy was pre-covid.

In an era where Washington spending is completely out of control, our caucus is working hard to mitigate the effects of Democrat price hikes and spending-sprees which have caused inflation to skyrocket. While we continue to grow the New Hampshire economy, the best way that you can assist our Republican led state government is to make sure that we send as many Republicans as possible to Washington D.C. and Concord to fight for fiscally responsible policies. After all, our party’s policies are so popular that even Senator Maggie Hassan is pretending to be a Republican in a pitiable attempt to save face.

Our Republican Caucus will never take your support for granted. Whether it is loosening burdensome business regulations or cutting taxes, we will keep fighting so that our state’s economy benefits the hardworking men and women of the Granite State.

All the best, 

Jason Osborne, House Majority Leader

House Republicans Pass Committee to Study Landfill Issues

House Republicans Pass Committee to Study Landfill Issues

Manchester, NH- House Environment and Agriculture Committee leadership, Rep. Howard Pearl (R-Loudon) and Rep. Judy Aron (R-Acworth), released the following joint statement after the House passed HB1049, establishing a committee to study landfill siting criteria and methods for reducing pressure on landfill capacity, on the consent calendar. 

“The Environment and Agriculture committee has seen a plethora of bills dealing with landfill issues in our state. We believe it is in our best interest to establish this committee to see if any updates need to be made to landfill siting criteria, something that has not been studied in our state in quite some time.”

“This bill creates a study committee to study landfill siting criteria with a focus on local impact, policies on landfill capacity pressure, surety bonding on new landfill projects, setbacks from bodies of water and offsite water flow potential, and extended producer responsibilities relating to meeting solid waste reduction goals for reducing pressure on landfill capacity.”

“House Republicans understand the environmental impact that landfills have on our state and we look forward to finding ways to protect our environment.”