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It’s time for targeted aid to NH schools

Some communities simply do not have the ability to raise funds the way their neighbors can
August 17, 2018

A regional call to get to work

Working together, we can ensure that New England will have a future as a hub for technology, innovative entrepreneurship and career-ready graduates
August 17, 2018

It’s time for right-for-work for all

August 17, 2018

Conservatism needs a rebirth

August 17, 2018

Why the governor’s energy vetoes must be overridden

His actions on SB 446 and SB 365 were simply wrong on the merits and wrong on the facts
August 16, 2018

Net metering veto override is vitally important for municipalities

IIt can be a key tool for communities like Franklin
August 15, 2018

It’s time to abolish the term ‘diversity and inclusion’

August 3, 2018

Insurers should care about the opioid crisis

We cannot afford to ignore this health emergency
August 3, 2018

NH has a revenue problem: the property tax

Why it’s time for a thorough review of our tax system
August 3, 2018

Don’t start a trade war over sales taxes

Post-Wayfair, is the welfare of our state really in jeopardy?
July 20, 2018

Yes, universities are integral to our economic success

July 20, 2018

New Hampshire would benefit from more diversity

July 20, 2018

Mt. Sunapee lease sale is an opportunity to undo a wrong

A renegotiated agreement with Vail Resorts would uphold the original intent of the deal
July 10, 2018

Vets deserve our gratitude, and access to justice

Why it’s important to support the Campaign for Legal Services
July 6, 2018

NH needs to step up its commitment to drug treatment

Current low reimbursement rates threaten a dire reduction in service
July 6, 2018
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