Archive of: Cook on Concord

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2014 Legislature: déjà vu all over again January 24 2014

2014 Legislature: déjà vu all over again

Once again, there are repeating themes, repeat bills and a relative dearth of new subjects

What’s in store for 2014? Some predictions December 27 2013

What’s in store for 2014? Some predictions

Thoughts on the upcoming national and state elections

What I learned from my non-campaign run for governor December 13 2013

What I learned from my non-campaign run for governor

The last couple of months have taught me a lot about what politics is about today

Plymouth State hosts fitting memorial for Ray Burton November 29 2013

Plymouth State hosts fitting memorial for Ray Burton

Public service scholarship is an appropriate way to remember the North Country icon

Off-year elections: predictors of the future? November 15 2013

Off-year elections: predictors of the future?

New York, New Jersey and Virginia results offer road maps for 2016

Washington’s antics during crisis were certainly no tea party November 1 2013

Washington’s antics during crisis were certainly no tea party

The recent government shutdown raised a number of troubling issues

The state of N.H. higher education October 18 2013

The state of N.H. higher education

Fewer traditional students is creating a ‘buyer’s market’

Remembering John H. Morison, N.H. giant October 4 2013

Remembering John H. Morison, N.H. giant

Both tangibly and as an example, his accomplishments in business and the community were substantial

N.H.’s changing higher-education landscape September 20 2013

N.H.’s changing higher-education landscape

Stay Work Play tries to bring businesses and colleges together

Bragdon should be able to handle dual Senate-LGC roles September 6 2013

Bragdon should be able to handle dual Senate-LGC roles

New Hampshire, with its volunteer legislature, cannot help but run into situations in which personal and vocational assignments conflict with office