Archive of: Opinion

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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’

October 4 2013

N.H.’s safety net for children has holes in it

It’s no accident that in 2012 the state had the highest percentage increase of child poverty in the country

October 4 2013

Burying Northern Pass should be N.H.’s decision

The implicit suggestion is that scarring the state’s landscapes is an acceptable subsidy to their bottom line

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

September 20 2013

Thank you Senator Ayotte for tackling online gambling

DOJ ruling would have serious consequences in N.H.

September 20 2013

Combating the myth of N.H.’s ‘high’ energy prices

The state has the nation’s sixth-highest energy rates – but only for some businesses

September 20 2013

We can’t afford alternative Medicaid plan

The state needs a sensible, quality, affordable system for uninsured low-income residents

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

September 6 2013

Forbes analysis missed the mark on Medicaid expansion

Expansion is about getting patients the right care, at the right time, in the right place

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