Fundraiser TONIGHT! – Help Us SUPERCHARGE Our Efforts

In 2024, we leveled up by sending Melissa Blasek, our Liberty Lobbyist, to Concord. Her presence and influence have helped to move the needle in Concord, but we need to give her more tools for her lobbyist tool belt.  Beyond following legislation and influencing legislators, target legislators need to hear from more of their constituents … Read more

Executive Council: Vote No On Grant 

Currently, item #52 has been tabled, but it will be discussed and voted on again on Wednesday, July 10th, at the next Executive Council meeting. This item concerns the approval of a grant for “mental health services” in public schools. A few years ago, the EC accepted a similar grant for medical care in public … Read more

The RebuildNH Scorecard Is Out

At the end of each two-year term, RebuildNH publishes a scorecard. Unfortunately, the Senate did not roll call enough bills to create a scorecard, but you can check out how your House members did. You can search by name and filter by town, grade, or party affiliation.  Scorecard Here! RebuildNH Fundraiser July 10 at 7 … Read more

Success! Dangerous Bill Thwarted!

SB417, a bill that RebuildNH has been fighting since January, went to Committee of Conference this week. RebuildNH’s treasurer, Rep JR Hoell was on the committee and ensured that the bill was amended to protect families in New Hampshire. The bill now heads back to the full House and Senate to be concurred but RebuildNH … Read more

Legislative Update Week of May 27th, 2024

No votes or hearings this week. The House and Senate just finished marathon days voting on the rest of their bills. HB1093: This public school mask mandate ban bill passed the Senate and heads to the governor along with our other supported bill, SB63, which limits the power of health officers to make ordinances. This is … Read more

Legislative Update Week of May 20th, 2024

Thursday, May 23rd, 2024 N.H. House Session ⭐  Support Amendment/Support ITL SB417 We have been fighting this bill since January. RebuildNH is asking that you tell your reps to support the amendment, which changes the bill from being a threat to families to a good bill for families, but oppose the bill if the amendment fails. … Read more

Aaron Siri In Concord Tomorrow!

Aaron Siri, the brilliant civil rights attorney behind many of the anti-vaccine mandate and vaccine injury lawsuits (including the ICAN lawsuits and FOIA requests surrounding the covid vaccine), will be presenting tomorrow, May 16th, in front of the House Special Committee on Covid Response Efficacy at 10:00 a.m. in the LOB room 301-303. This meeting … Read more

Tell Governor Sununu To Sign SB63

Because of all of your help, SB63 has passed the House and is headed to the Governor’s desk. Last week, we notified you that SB63, limiting the power of health officers to make ordinances, had failed by one vote in the House. The bill was tabled, and this week, it was removed from the table, … Read more

Legislative Update Week of May 6, 2024

Thursday, May 9, 2024 N.H. House Session Bad news folks. Thanks to Rep. Bill Boyd, who may not even have a 50 percent voting record on our issues, SB 63 was not passed by one vote in the N.H. House and was laid on the table. We think Rep. Boyd ought to hear from you … Read more

Legislative Update Week of April 29th, 2024

Tuesday, April 30th, N.H. SenateEducationLOB, Room 101 ⭐ 9:10 a.m. – SUPPORT –HB1312 This bill requires that parents be notified of any curriculum in public schools about sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression.🔗 Click here to register your disposition.✉️ Email the committee: Wednesday, May 1st, N.H. SenateHealth and Human ServicesLOB, Room 101 ⭐ … Read more