Archive of: Cook on Concord

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What would be wrong with a President Biden? March 6 2015

What would be wrong with a President Biden?

With his background, he should be considered more seriously for 2016

When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation February 20 2015

When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation

Bid to tax non-profits is a misguided attempt to address state’s revenue problem

The N.H. Legislature’s center ring and sideshow February 6 2015

The N.H. Legislature’s center ring and sideshow

While undoubtedly important to their sponsors, several bills are of less universal significance or suspect substance

Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life January 23 2015

Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life

He excelled in all areas in which he was involved

The meaningful contributions of our local banks January 9 2015

The meaningful contributions of our local banks

There are many small things (and businesses) we should be grateful for

What path will the House follow in 2015 session? December 26 2014

What path will the House follow in 2015 session?

Let’s hope that what is best for the state as a whole will be the guiding principle of the vast majority of legislators

An open letter to the N.H. Legislature December 12 2014

An open letter to the N.H. Legislature

When I started to write this column on Dec. 3, it was going to be an open letter to Speaker William O’Brien. A funny thing happened on the way to finishing.

Election reflections: GOP gains, ample negativity November 28 2014

Election reflections: GOP gains, ample negativity

In New Hampshire the results could have been, and in many cases were, forecast

New Hampshire resources that help us stay current October 31 2014

New Hampshire resources that help us stay current

Rudman Center is the latest source for substance and education, with no yelling

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