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State Employees' Association

House Speaker
House of Representatives

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Executive Committee
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Neighborhood News Inc

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The Goffstown News

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Homo Politicus

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Alvirne High School Music Students

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New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn N. Jasper, left, of Hudson, asks Republican presidential candidate a question during the forum.Sun staff photos can be New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn N. Jasper, left, of Hudson, asks Republican presidential candidate a question during the forum.


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NH House Speaker Shawn Jasper to endorse Chris Christie for president


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Finally, House Speaker Shawn Jasper stepped in to quell the storm. \u201cI am not even sure where to begin...\u201d he wrote. \u201cThis policy does not and cannot apply to speeches made on the floor of the House or Senate. The only reason that members are asked to sign the policy is to show that each of you have read it ... not to suggest that you agree with the policy or that you even intend to comply with it.\u201d

The policy, Jasper explained, will help limit the state\u2019s liability if a harassment or discrimination claim is filed against the General Court. \u201c[W]e have now shown that we have a policy in place and have asked our members to acknowledge that they received and read of the policy,\u201d he wrote. "As elected officials we should all want to help protect the state from liability, when the state is not at fault.\u201d
\u201cIt would be unconscionable for us not to have a policy designed to protect our employees and members from illegal behavior in the work place,\u201d Jasper wrote. ","tags":["Terry Pfaff","John Burt","Al Baldasaro","Victoria Sullivan","Warren Groen","Dan McGuire","Peter Leishman","Jordan Ulery","Shawn Jasper"]},{"id":"136841953987","url":"http:\/\/miscellanyblue.com\/post\/136841953987","url-with-slug":"http:\/\/miscellanyblue.com\/post\/136841953987","type":"regular","date-gmt":"2016-01-07 23:31:42 GMT","date":"Thu, 07 Jan 2016 18:31:42","bookmarklet":0,"mobile":0,"feed-item":"","from-feed-id":0,"unix-timestamp":1452209502,"format":"html","reblog-key":"ndXpAvrC","slug":"gop-lawmaker-recants-ayotte-endorsement","regular-title":"GOP lawmaker recants Ayotte endorsement","regular-body":"


Miscellany Blue - NH Politics

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Shawn Jasper Miscellany Blue - NH Politics

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Finally, House Speaker Shawn Jasper stepped in to quell the storm. "I am not even sure where to begin..." he wrote. "This policy does not and cannot apply to speeches made on the floor of the House or Senate. The only reason that members are asked to sign the policy is to show that each of you have read it ... not to suggest that you agree with the policy or that you even intend to comply with it."
The policy, Jasper explained, will help limit the state's liability if a harassment or discrimination claim is filed against the General Court. "[W]e have now shown that we have a policy in place and have asked our members to acknowledge that they received and read of the policy," he wrote. "As elected officials we should all want to help protect the state from liability, when the state is not at fault."
"It would be unconscionable for us not to have a policy designed to protect our employees and members from illegal behavior in the work place," Jasper wrote.
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Abramson made headlines earlier this year when Speaker Shawn Jasper removed him from the House Criminal Justice Committee after Jasper learned of Abramson's 2012 felony conviction for firing a gun during a party at his home.
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Kelly Ayotte and state House Speaker Shawn Jasper for Frank Guinta's resignation by defending the beleaguered congressman.
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Max Abramson (R-Seabrook) - who made headlines earlier this year when Jasper removed him from the House Criminal Justice Committee and O'Brien came to his defense - responded by attacking the Republican speaker for meddling in "the internal affairs of Republicans."
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"Jasper has no business interfering in the internal affairs of Republicans.
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After challenging Jasper on the House floor last week, Abramson posted the letter on Facebook.
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Jasper removed Abramson from criminal justice after the committee chairman and vice-chairman requested it.
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The rancor between House Speaker Shawn Jasper and GOP lawmakers loyal to former Speaker Bill O'Brien spilled out on the House floor Thursday in a striking exchange between Jasper and Rep.
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When Abramson addressed Jasper as "Mr.
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"Whoever is in the chair is addressed as Mr. Speaker," Jasper said. "You have been not doing that. I've given you some leeway up to now. You need to remember that regardless of whether I'm here or someone else, you are always addressing the Speaker."
Abramson challenged Jasper.
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"Representative, that is the same parliamentary precedent and practice which requires me to address you as Representative," Jasper answered.
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"No," replied Jasper.
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Abramson demonstrated "incredible disrespect" to Jasper, agreed Rep.
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O'Brien wrote that Jasper was wrong to reassign Abramson because Seabrook voters were aware of the conviction when they elected him.
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Jasper but right for his voters," wrote O'Brien.
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Oct. 26, 2011: Deputy Majority Leader Shawn Jasper, R-Hudson, bounced from Election Laws Committee after battling with chairman over Voter ID bill. O'Brien had removed Jasper from two other committees after a February dispute.
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In an earlier interview with the Concord Monitor, Jasper had admitted that two representatives turned him down but he declined to name names.


Miscellany Blue - NH Politics

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In an email apparently intended for a select group of sympathetic lawmakers, O'Brien blasted the governor by name but refrained from explicitly calling out his Republican colleagues who brokered the deal, Senate President Chuck Morse and House Speaker Shawn Jasper.

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Former House Speaker Bill O'Brien, identified as House Republican Leader by the N.H. GOP (rather than House Speaker Shawn Jasper or House Majority Leader Jack Flanagan), isn't waiting around for the endorsement process to eliminate some candidates from consideration.

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