Gisela Jones, a member of the United Valley Interfaith Project, testifies before the NH House Judiciary Committee in opposition to HB 106.
Maggie Fogarty of AFSC's New Hampshire Economic Justice Project testified before the NH House Judiciary Committee on January 15, 2013, in opposition to HB 106, a bill that would substantially weaken tenant protections.
HB 106 Should be Declared "Inexpedient to Legislate"
Please remember to reserve the time on your calendar for the 25th Annual Symposium of the Des Moines Human Rights Commission sponsored by the Greater Des Moines Friends of Human Rights Inc.* and Des Moines University!
8:00 AM-4:00 PM No charge for attendance at this event lunch will be provided! Registration required!
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