Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

Right to Know Articles of Interest

Here is a list of links for news articles published and other documents found on the internet related to right to know in New Hampshire for October, November & December 2017. |Read More at Right to Know NH  

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FBI launches new Clinton Foundation investigation

The Justice Department has launched a new inquiry into whether the Clinton Foundation engaged in any pay-to-play politics or other illegal activities while Hillary Clinton served as secretary of State, law enforcement officials and a witness tells The Hill. | Keep Reading … Continue reading

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Until the people who claim to want “money out of politics” …

Until the people who claim to want “money out of politics” stop being the same people who want as much money as possible to run through the hands of Washington politicians and bureaucrats, it is a safe bet they are … Continue reading

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NH House OKs tougher lead remediation standards

The NH House easily passed a bill Wednesday that could result in landlords doing a lot more lead remediation in their buildings, but it would make that remediation a lot easier and provide some financing. | Keep Reading at NHBR

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ESA Makes Big Progress

Yesterday afternoon the NH House of Representatives passed the Education Savings Account bill, SB 193, in a 184 to 162 roll call vote. We live blogged the discussion on our Facebook page. The chamber was filled with Representatives wearing bright yellow scarves for National School Choice … Continue reading

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Is it safe to be a dissident in Keene City Hall?

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More Businesses Raise Wages, Give Bonuses in Wake of Tax Cuts

More businesses are announcing bonuses, higher minimum wages, and new benefits for employees after passage by Congress of Republicans’ tax reform bill.  | The Daily Signal

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