Daily Archives: September 20, 2017

Bill Proposals Filed for 2018 in Concord

It’s filing season for legislative service requests (LSRs) at the State House, the first step in drafting bills for next year. More than 270 have been filed so far, with more to come. A few of note: Rep. Keith Murphy … Continue reading

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A New Hampshire Disadvantage

It looks like New Hampshire lawmakers are more interested in replacing than merely repealing airport fees by either increasing the fees on older planes or upping the jet fuel tax. Currently, New Hampshire is one of the most expensive places … Continue reading

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Henniker: Trail expansion targets Rush Road and Hillside Drive

Despite the fact that back on March 4, 2014, this very same request to use Rush Road was denied by the State of New Hampshire. What has changed? If the State of New Hampshire allows this now….one must recognize the … Continue reading

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UK sustainable investment firm to acquire New Hampshire-based Company

Pax World Management, the Portsmouth-based firm that essentially created the sustainable investment industry, has agreed to be acquired by Impax Asset Management, a larger UK-based socially responsible investment firm, for at least $52.5 million, with a total eventual payout of … Continue reading

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Candidate Craig Advances for EMILY’s List “Farm Team”

To absolutely no one’s surprise, the September 19 primary in the Queen City confirmed that Ted Gatsas and Joyce Craig will face off once again in Manchester’s mayoral race. Craig lost to Gatsas in 2015 by 64 votes. Craig has the … Continue reading

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTARIZED RESIDENCY STATEMENT FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE RESIDENTS

You’re going to love this: UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTARIZED RESIDENCY STATEMENT FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE RESIDENTS | CNHT

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How the Free State Project Is Influencing New Hampshire Politics

When Jason Sorens, Ph.D., conceived the Free State Project (FSP) in a July 2001 essay in The Libertarian Enterprise, he was a 24-year-old graduate student at Yale University. In the essay, Sorens advocated a libertarian migration, in “which freedom-minded people of all stripes…establish … Continue reading

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