Although the bill enjoys broad bi-partisan support, the House Municipal and County Committee added a last-minute "poison pill" amendment designed to undermine the bill. NHAR has worked with a group of bi-partisan legislators as well as housing advocates on an amendment, sponsored by Joe Alexander (R-Goffstown) and Karen Umberger (R-Conway), which eliminates the problematic Committee language and restores the bill's intent to expand housing opportunities.
Please, take one minute to ask your Representative to support the "Alexander/Umberger Amendment" to Senate Bill 400.
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