New Hampshire's legislative session is only a few weeks old, but there have already been some controversial issues debated at the Statehouse.
From the "stand your ground" law to the beer tax hike to the ban on guns at the Statehouse, lawmakers have been busy dealing with some emotionally charged issues.
Join us today at 11:30 a.m. for a special live chat with Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro. He'll answer your questions on any of the above issues or other pressing matters facing the Granite State.
Here's what to expect and how you can join in:
- Later today, you should see a headline on a story that has the words "Live Chat" in it; that will have a window at the top of the story page.
- The window is self-refreshing, so you don't need to reload the page to stay on top of the latest information. As soon as there is a new post, you will hear an audio notification — the sound of typing on a keyboard. You can turn these features off by clicking the speaker or circular button next to it.
- Contribute! Submit your own question for Sen. Bradley to answer. All you have to do is type in a name (real names only, please) and your question. If you're unable to join the live chat but have a question you'd like to ask, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.