Daily Archives: April 12, 2017

Poll: Sununu Ranks As Popular Governor, Hassan Struggles With Approval Ratings

The rankings for the most popular governors are out and the top 10 are all Republicans. New Hampshire’s own Gov. Chris Sununu isn’t far behind the pack, though, coming in at 16th, highlighting a decent start to the Republican’s first … Continue reading

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Small Things are Often Forgotten in Politics

There is much hullabaloo in Concord over the state budget and arguments surrounding various numbers. One of the biggest battles revolves around what is described as the significant difference in revenue amounts as estimated in the governor’s budget (which estimate … Continue reading

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UNH Hosts Discussion Today – Trump First 100 Days

The University of New Hampshire is hosting a discussion of the Trump administration’s first 100 days in office. The event Wednesday afternoon is free and open to the public. It will feature Republican political analyst Tom Rath and Michael Ettlinger, … Continue reading

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Another Planning Commission Boondoggle for NH?

The Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission will host a forum at the Meredith Community Center from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12, to consider how to promote tourism. Despite a paucity of funding since the 2012 collapse of … Continue reading

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Saving N.H. Biomass Would Boost State’s Forestry Industry

Members of the timber industry were in the state capitol today, arguing for the passage of a bill that would support the state’s struggling biomass industry. New Hampshire has 6 biomass plants.  The plants convert wood waste products to energy, … Continue reading

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ACLU & PP Keynote Dover Dems Dinner

Executive Director of ACLU-NH Devon Chaffee and Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Vice President for Public Policy-NH Jennifer Frizzell will keynote the Dover Democrats’ 10th Annual Franklin and Eleanor (Roosevelt) Dinner on Saturday, April 22, according to a press … Continue reading

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Lawmakers Question ‘Granite Hammer’s’ Effectiveness

A bill adding $2.4 million more dollars to Granite Hammer overwhelmingly passed the state Senate last month. But some House lawmakers, such as Manchester Rep. Amanda Bouldin, told the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee Tuesday that this program … Continue reading

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