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The basics about Common Core, testing May 15 2015

The basics about Common Core, testing

The annual assessment is part of the way schools are held accountable for the almost $1 billion the state spends on education

May 15 2015

Something was missing at state budget hearings

In all the hours of testimony at a Senate hearing, not one person stood up and endorsed the proposed cuts

May 15 2015

Education Tax Credit: What you should know

The ETC scholarship program is one key step on the road to a more robust economy

May 15 2015

Without expanded Medicaid, employers would lose

For a certain group of employers, those with no control over price, the expansion has been crucial

May 1 2015

‘21st century rural lifestyle’ at risk

The story unfolding in Wilmot could occur in any small town

May 1 2015

Medicaid expansion is a boon for NH economy

It creates and protects jobs and provides health security to working families

May 1 2015

Why we don’t need light rail

Let’s take the lead in autonomous vehicle technology

May 1 2015

Tourism promotion is essential to our economy

Budget cuts could be devastating to NH’s economy

April 17 2015

We can, and must, do better than House budget plan

Cutting critical parts of the state budget does not reduce the needs of seniors any more than cutting a family’s food budget makes anyone less hungry

April 17 2015

The cost of denying breastfeeding accommodation

SB 219 seeks to clarify employer obligations by putting the context of several federal and state laws all in one place

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