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Who should have the power to open roads to OHRVs: local officials or full town meetings? I firmly believe the taxpayers in any community should be making the decisions regarding OHRV use on their public roads...not just a few select persons on a town select board. And we shouldn't be… read more - EricB GIVE US YOUR OPINION
Should NH have a law against using a drone or similar technology to observe or record people over private property? I have a drone and have problems with one flying through my property without my permission at night especially. I have a sneaky suspicion that the operator isn't following all the rules. I also… read more - ktb58 GIVE US YOUR OPINION
House, Senate pass bills allowing loaded firearms on OHRVs, snowmobiles If a person is legally permitted to carry a firearm for all lawful purposes in defense of life and liberty, in a constitutional-carry state, one cannot assume that riding any particular motor vehicle… read more - Travis GIVE US YOUR OPINION
How far do the NH governor’s powers go in an emergency? Thank you for the public information statement during this situation. - Rep Tom Ploszaj GIVE US YOUR OPINION
Does New Hampshire law mandate home sprinkler systems? No! Get out of my life, just do your damn job, provide a safe environment for free men and women to live their life in! What’s wrong with you people? - Robert GIVE US YOUR OPINION
Submit your questions for Judd Gregg: Civility and civic engagement in NH As compared with larger states, I do believe that NH offers citizens more opportunity to engage in decision-making and change in their communities: through civic participation, volunteerism, town… read more - Martha GIVE US YOUR OPINION