New Hampshire's studious legislators

April 2005
New Hampshire Business Review;4/29/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p20
The article reports on New Hampshire's studious legislators. Republican Larry Emerton, of Goffstown, enters with a bill to overrule the court's decision and let the stenographers keep their jobs. His studious colleagues amended the bill in committee to create a commission to study the question, which likely means it will be resolved when the school-finding issue has been settled or there is a new natural rock formation, resembling. Nobody likes to see anyone lose his or her job, but New Hampshire's courts are not established as a full employment program. The Legislature establishes the court's budget, and the court has to live with it. As both Chief Justice John Broderick and House Speaker Doug Scamman have noted, the Legislature is not likely to appropriate more money to keep the stenographers on.


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