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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

Intriguing Senate candidates

If elected, various hopefuls would add flavor to state government
July 21, 2016

Looking for the ‘reset’ button

Brexit vote raises questions about U.S. election
July 8, 2016

‘Capitol Hill Day’ takeaways

Why members of Congress deserve their own Bill of Rights
June 23, 2016

A profile in courage for NH

The story of how Medicaid expansion was reauthorized in the House of Representatives
June 9, 2016

Commencement brings change

Colby-Sawyer, like similar small liberal arts colleges, look to the future
May 27, 2016

A remarkable American turns 90

If you get discouraged about the country, think about Lillie Bynum’s story
May 12, 2016

Why education still matters

Several recent events point out the contradictions facing education in the state’s largest city
April 29, 2016

Should parties take control?

More than one commentator has decried a lack of discipline in controlling the presidential field
April 15, 2016

How many laws can we afford?

Interesting questions raised by the current legislative session
March 18, 2016

Two significant losses for NH

The lives of Eileen Foley and Martin Gross set an example for the rest of us
March 4, 2016
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