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Legislation big and small

An overview of some of the bills being monitored by business organizations
February 17, 2017

A citizen extraordinaire

Remembering Fred Hall, who epitomized good citizenship
February 3, 2017

‘Right to work’: it’s complicated

The term used by proponents masks the vastly more complex subject of labor law
January 20, 2017

Concord’s new faces of 2017

For the first time in years, Republicans hold full control of state government
January 6, 2017

Helping sightless citizens

An impressive tour of the NH Association for the Blind’s McGreal Sight Center
December 23, 2016

The agenda of NH’s next leaders

Hard choices need to be made if we are to be a strong and vibrant economy
December 8, 2016

Reflections on the election

Only voters who vote are counted
November 25, 2016

Observations on an election

Declaring the winners is not the end, it’s only the beginning
November 11, 2016

Lawyers who set examples

Remember two who demonstrated their lifelong commitment to the practice of law and good citizenship
October 28, 2016

A remarkable tour of UNH 2016

How a recent visit brought great pride to one alumnus
October 14, 2016

Now on to November

September primary results set the stage for the general election
September 30, 2016

The state of higher ed in NH

Reflections on New Hampshire’s colleges and universities and the pending departure of an unsung hero
September 16, 2016

Another(!) primary election

New Hampshire has more voting to do
September 2, 2016

An open letter to Hillary

IF I vote for you, this is what it means – and what it doesn’t
August 19, 2016

Laying it all out

A systemic study of government may be in order
August 5, 2016
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