legislative policy process

Don’t Watch from the Sidelines, Get Involved in NHMA’s Legislative Policy Process

Policy Committees to Meet in Early April

NHMA’s biennial legislative policy process is getting underway. As a first step, we are recruiting volunteers to serve on our three legislative policy committees. These committees will review legislative policy proposals submitted by local officials and NHMA affiliate groups and make recommendations on those policies, which will go to the NHMA Legislative Policy Conference in September.

Members Drive NHMA's Legislative Policy Process

In April 2014, almost 60 local officials from NHMA member municipalities kicked off the legislative policy process for the 2015-2016 biennium. As always, this year’s process has been driven by a broad base of volunteers, with local officials submitting legislative policy proposals which are then reviewed by committees of other local officials.

Highlights of NHMA's Legislative Policy Conference

On September 26th, nearly 60 delegates (see related table) representing cities and towns across New Hampshire convened at NHMA offices in Concord to adopt NHMA’s legislative policies and principles for the 2015-2016 legislative biennium. These policies and principles will help guide the Association’s legislative efforts for the next two years.

Get Involved in NHMA's Legislative Policy Process

NHMA’s biennial legislative policy process is getting underway. As a first step, we are recruiting volunteers to serve on our three legislative policy committees. These committees will review legislative policy proposals submitted by local officials and NHMA affiliate groups and make recommendations on those policies, which will go to the NHMA Legislative Policy Conference in September.

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