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Epsom NH News

January 13, 2016

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Epsom Public Library Children’s Programs:


Children’s Cooking Class Monday, January 25, 2016 3:45 pm Instructor, Heather Bowes will show the children how to make some fun, tasty snacks for school and sports. Snacks will be school appropriate and peanut free. The class is for children in grades K-5 and the fee is $3.00. Reservations are required. Sign up at the library or call 736-9920.


New Infant Program: Tuesday, January 12, 2016 1:30 pm and Tuesday, January 26, 2016 1:30 pm. Infants and their caregivers are invited to enjoy songs, music, simple stories, movement activities and play with developmentally appropriate toys. The program will be coordinated by Nancy Zink-Mailloux. Older siblings are invited to Story Time! For More information call Vickie at 736-9920



Thank You


Epsom Healthcare Center staff and residents would like to thank everyone for their wonderful donations to our facility and our residents this past holiday season!!


A special thank you to The Globe, Eames insurance and the Chichester Grange!


Thank you!!





To my constituents in Allenstown, Epsom, and Pittsfield:

This week, the legislature started the new year with two full session days to vote on the bills held over from last year. First came HB266, Representative Michael Brewster’s bill to study taking child custody cases involving abuse or neglect from the family courts; he spoke in favor of the bill, but the committee had voted against it, saying they believed such cases belong in family court. It was killed, 265-89. HB513, clarifying complaint investigations by the guardian ad litem board, was passed without discussion. HB515, requiring the guardian ad litem board to collect and analyze parent feedback, was killed without debate.


HB128, authorizing purchase of health insurance, was debated at length. The committee chair rather sneeringly told us that although it sounded like a good idea, no insurance company would go for it and hasn’t in the states that have authorized this already. He then went on to say that if a company came to them wanting to sell out of state policies, they’d jump on it in a heartbeat. Why, then, didn’t they recommend passing the bill and delaying the detailed regulations until a company expressed interest? In any event, the bill was killed, 221-140, despite the votes of all representatives from the district.


HB512, expanding the prohibition on seizing guns during an emergency, passed 231-121 without debate. HB582, repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed weapon, was debated and passed 206-146, in a declaration of principle, since the governor vetoed a similar bill last year. HB617, requiring state police to wear cameras, was amended to simply provide ground rules on the use of such cameras if a department chooses to use them, and passed by acclamation.


HB218, additional funding for grade proficiency.


Rep. Carol McGuire






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