Daily Archives: July 18, 2017

When Crimes Happen at School, N.H. Law Doesn’t Require Parental Notification

Laurie Laizure of Manchester likes to think she’s the kind of parent who’s engaged in what’s happening at her kids’ schools. Which is why she was so surprised to learn, when scrolling through Facebook last month, about a sexual assault that … Continue reading

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Sununu and His Attorney General Hang Secretary of State Gardner (and the President) Out to Dry

This is the third in a series of posts about a lawsuit the ACLU-NH has brought against Secretary of State Bill Gardner that is intended to prevent New Hampshire from participating in President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. In the … Continue reading

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2016 NH Primary Voter-Shaming Letters Tied to Kasich Campaign

In the days before the 2016 New Hampshire primary, some voters in the Granite State received an ominous notice in their mailboxes. “What if your friends, your neighbors, and your community knew whether you voted?” read the mailer, which also contained a “New … Continue reading

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Donna Green: Separating the Good Guys from the Bad

There is a time in the life of every elected official when their vote says it all. I plan to introduce this policy about Right to Know requests to Timberlane’s Policy Committee and the Timberlane Regional School Board.  It is … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Trump, McConnell, Pence Call For Full, Clean Obamacare Repeal

“So,” he continued, “in the coming days, the Senate will vote to take up the House bill with the first amendment in order being what a majority of the Senate already supported in 2015 and that was vetoed by then-President … Continue reading

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RCP: In Defense of New Hampshire’s First in the Nation Primary

Sure, it’s an institution with plenty of flaws, but to paraphrase Winston Churchill’s assessment of democracy, the New Hampshire primary is the worst way to begin the process of picking presidents … except for all of the other ways. | … Continue reading

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Democrat Senate Dist. 16 Candidate Kevin Cavanaugh’s “Drug Problem”

On July 25th voters in New Hampshire State Senate District 16, will go the polls in a special election. The Democrat in that race is Manchester Ward 1 Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh.  Kevbo is on record in support of making Manchester a … Continue reading

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