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Post by Welsh Dragon » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:28 pm

NH crazies DeLemus and Rappaport introduced HB1164 yesterday and it's been refered to Election Law Committee.http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/legisla ... 64.htmlthe key parts:a) The candidate shall append to the declaration of candidacy documents that prove that the candidate is a natural born citizen, prove the candidate’s age, and prove that the candidate meets the residency requirements for president of the United States as prescribed in article II, section 1, Constitution of the United States. The documents, which shall be sworn to under penalty of perjury, shall be:(1) A certified copy of the original long form birth certificate that includes the date and place of birth.(2) A sworn statement that identifies the candidate’s places of residence in the United States for 14 years.Oh and effective date 1st Jan 2013.Chance of passing? - IMO zero.



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Post by bob » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:37 pm

If this hits the news, link please.


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Post by mimi » Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:39 pm

I only have a tweet from NH State Rep. Jennifer Daler.Election Law Committee votes to ITL "birther bill" after OTP motion fails. #NHHouse[/break1]com/#!/jdaler/statuses/169515658466430976]https://twitter.com/#!/jdaler/statuses/ ... 8466430976I had to look that up. ITL Inexpedient to Legislate. OTP Ought to pass. Clear as MUD.



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Post by Welsh Dragon » Tue Feb 14, 2012 4:29 pm

Thanks Mimi, I thought they were voting today but couldn't find anything earlierThat's about what I expected - last year a bill got nowhere, year before one was gutted and this year Orly & Co's pissing off of the republican leadership doomed it before it started.



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Post by Addie » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:40 pm

Copied from another thread ... jtmunkus




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[link]Committee votes down birther bill,http://www.concordmonitor.com/article/3 ... rther-bill[/link]


14-3 vote suggests House kill proposal


By Matthew Spolar / Monitor staff


February 15, 2012





Deterred by the "circus" surrounding the issue, a requirement that presidential candidates submit certified copies of their birth certificates was panned in the House Election Law Committee yesterday.





House Bill 1164 was sponsored by Republican Reps. Susan DeLemus of Rochester and Larry Rappaport of Colebrook, both of whom signed on to an effort last year to challenge President Obama's placement on the primary ballot because they doubt his Americancitizenship.





DeLemus said her bill does not take effect until January 2013, meaning it is not another attempt to keep Obama off the November ballot. The legislation initially required a certified copy of a candidate's original long-form birth certificate, but DeLemus said an amendment adopted yesterday reduced the requirement to a certified copy of a birth certificate.


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"If this is to be considered at a future time, it could be considered on the basis of its merits alone and not any association with the controversy we've experienced," said Election Law Chairman David Bates, a Windham Republican, who voted against the bill. "Quite frankly, with the circus that ensued around this more recently it's really impossible to adequately, objectively consider the policy merits of this with the fiasco the press made out of it."


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Post by mimi » Wed Feb 15, 2012 5:23 pm

On Feb 14, 2012 the NH House Committee on Election Law voted on HB 1164. During the discussion of whether or not to pass the legislation, the Chairman of the Committee David Bates, blames the media for not being able to take up the legislation this year.Bates told the Election Law Committee today that the bill didn't pass because of the "fiasco press made of it." He currently serves as chairman of that committee.[snip]Zanda Rice Hawkins, who serves as the director of Granite State Progress, criticized Bates' attempt to cast HB 1164 as a policy-oriented bill, calling it "pure horse hockey.""HB 1164 failed because it is a bad bill and there's been enough attention for everyone to know how it originated," said Hawkins.[/break1]patch.com/articles/video-bates-blames-press-fiasco-for-birther-bill-rejection#youtube_video-9115291]http://windham.patch.com/articles/video ... eo-9115291



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Post by Chilidog » Wed Feb 15, 2012 5:31 pm

[Zanda Rice Hawkins, who serves as the director of Granite State Progress, criticized Bates' attempt to cast HB 1164 as a policy-oriented bill, calling it "pure horse hockey."Horses make lousy hockey players. You try to find skates in those sizes.



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Post by Tomtech » Wed Feb 15, 2012 9:14 pm

[Zanda Rice Hawkins, who serves as the director of Granite State Progress, criticized Bates' attempt to cast HB 1164 as a policy-oriented bill, calling it "pure horse hockey."Horses make lousy hockey players. You try to find skates in those sizes.Horse hockey is the equivalent of bull :turd:.


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Post by mimi » Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:48 am

House 2day: birther bill; quieting motorcycles, senate redistricting + letting active military drink at age 19. Maybe bullying. #nhpoliticsAnnmarie Timmins @annmarietimmins Reply Retweet Favorite · OpenSo called birther-bill killed 261-50. No discussion. #nhpolitics[/break1]com/#!/annmarietimmins/]https://twitter.com/#!/annmarietimmins/



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