Archive of: Opinion



March 20 2015

Where has New Hampshire’s competitive edge gone?

Businesses know they must invest and innovate to survive, but not state government

Granny D's long walk for democracy continues March 20 2015

Granny D's long walk for democracy continues

15 years later, citizens haven’t given up fighting for reform

March 6 2015

Tax cuts threaten N.H.’s future economic success

To ensure the state remains attractive, we must invest in quality schools, affordable higher education, safe roads and bridges and healthy, vibrant communities

March 6 2015

N.H. risks reneging on mental health commitment

It’s concerning that state’s history of underfunding may be repeating itself

March 6 2015

Community colleges are essential for N.H. economy

All seven schools offer training and education programs that align with the needs of advanced manufacturers

March 6 2015

Changes to RGGI are penny wise and pound foolish

Saving energy reduces the need to build new power plants and transmission, which always mean higher costs

February 20 2015

Let’s not forget New Hampshire’s injured workers

Workers’ comp reform efforts shouldn’t adversely affect an injured employee’s access to medical care

February 20 2015

Wholesale electricity costs won’t stay low forever

It’s clear we need to expand natural gas pipeline capacity and import large-scale hydroelectricity from Canada

February 20 2015

N.H. Medicaid expansion hurts the disabled, poor

Increased costs of the program are causing cuts to other critical services

February 20 2015

Education is necessary for all of our children

Even suspended or expelled students have a right to learn too

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