Daily Archives: October 2, 2017

For What Does Granite State College Rank #1 in New Hampshire ?

Approximately 40 percent of college students in the U.S. are aged 25 or older, according to Washington Monthly. In 2016, this prompted the publication to launch a first-of-its-kind ranking of four-year and two-year colleges that do the best job of … Continue reading

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Cameras in [NH House] Committee Rooms Would Be Money Well Spent

“…the way [Rep. James]McConnell sees it, outfitting all [NH] House committee rooms with cameras to record all of the legislative sausage-making that often goes unseen would be money well spent. “The fact is, when you have more transparency like this, … Continue reading

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Gov. Sununu’s Going Back To Washington, But It’s Unclear What For

Gov. Chris Sununu is heading to Washington on Monday for an undisclosed event at the White House. The governor’s staff included the visit in his public schedule for the week (with “Attends Event at The White” penciled in at 11 … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: New Approach to Learning

Periodically we highlight education providers in the Granite State. Diane Murphy, a long-time public high school English and drama teacher, is opening an innovative new learning community in Dover beginning in January 2018. Their website says, “Set a course, make … Continue reading

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Judd Gregg on Laundry List of ‘Also’ Candidates to head HHS

Also rumored for consideration are former New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg, talk show host and heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz; Florida Governor Rick Scott, a former hospital executive; and Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a longtime critic of Obamacare in the … Continue reading

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Education savings accounts are constitutional and good policy

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) are a school choice option gaining popularity nationwide. Opponents of giving parents more choice in their child’s education often claim that these accounts are unconstitutional. But they are certainly allowed under the U.S. Constitution and they … Continue reading

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Trump Declares Oct 2nd, ‘Deregulation Day’

Monday is “Deregulation Day” for the federal government as declared by President Donald Trump, and thus is an opportune time to deliver the findings of The Heritage Foundation’s latest tracking of regulation. The bad news is that the final year … Continue reading

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