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At 170 years, N.H. Hospital has much to celebrate

But many challenges remain in supporting state’s psychiatric programs
November 16, 2012

Lock the door on for-profit prison plan

Turning over management of state’s facilities would be an unnecessary mistake
November 2, 2012

Let's get LCHIP back on track

We expect the next Legislature and governor to stand with New Hampshire people of every political stripe in supporting the program and its dedicated source of funding
November 2, 2012

Reducing national debt should be a top priority

It will take teamwork to find middle ground, combine ideas and not let perfection stand in the way of good solutions
November 2, 2012

George McGovern: The greatest man I ever knew

Joe Grandmaison told me, ‘George McGovern will never disappoint you as a human being.’ He was absolutely correct
November 2, 2012

Updates to visa program are key to economic growth

Changes would have a direct impact on the economic environment of New England
October 19, 2012

N.H. companies and the foreign exchange waters

The current environment represents an important opportunity for New Hampshire’s exporters, particularly exporters dealing with countries whose currencies have been down against the U.S. dollar
October 19, 2012

Action is needed on pending direct care worker shortage

Despite a growing need, and greater demand, issue remains unaddressed
October 19, 2012

Foreclosure help is on the way

Legislative panel’s approval is final step in helping homeowners negotiating with lenders
October 19, 2012

Our water infrastructure is at stake

State needs leadership on restoring funding to help cities, towns maintain water systems
October 19, 2012

State's Pollution Prevention Program is a win-win

An opportunity to save money while promoting a safe and environmentally sustainable work environment
October 5, 2012

Jury should remain out on Northern Pass' visual impact

With an analysis still under way, all of the information is not yet available
October 5, 2012

USNH is doing its part to keep costs down

But lack of state support threatens colleges and the N.H. economy
October 5, 2012

N.H. should put stock in state-owned bank

North Dakota’s 92-year-old bank is a profitable role model
October 5, 2012

Legislature has no business running the courts

CACR 26 is troublesome, extreme and a violation of a fundamental principle of constitutional democracy
September 21, 2012
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