Category Archives: Debt/Spending

Franklin NH Gets $125,000.00 for Dropout Prevention

The city of Franklin, New Hampshire got a gift in the new Republican state Budget. A grant for $125K to address its distinction of having the third highest dropout rate in the state. | More… | GraniteGrok

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Timberlane Predicts $550k Surplus Shortfall

Before any budget is approved, prudence and common sense require an examination of projected revenues. Unfortunately, Timberlane’s budget committee never looks at revenue before they give their stamp of approval. Why does this matter?  Shaky revenues mean a risk of … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders’s Wife Hires Lawyers Over Burlington College Loan Allegations

Bernie Sanders’s wife, Jane Sanders, has reportedly hired lawyers following a federal investigation into her time as president of the now-defunct Burlington College in Vermont. She is accused of fraudulently obtaining a $10 million bank loan that was purportedly used to buy … Continue reading

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Sign the Petition: No More Tax Dollars to Abortion Providers

On June 21, the Executive Council voted 4 – 1 to approve contracts with Planned Parenthood of New England and The Equality Center in Concord to the tune of $440,000. Sadly, only Executive Councilor Dave Wheeler voted NO on this … Continue reading

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Video: Why Is Healthcare So Expensive?

The Affordable Care Act was supposed to lower healthcare costs, but it has done just the opposite. Why? Because it ignored the realities of how markets work. | Prager U

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NH Republicans Work Together to Pass State Budget, Full-Day Kindergarten

In two legislative victories for Gov. Chris Sununu, he saw Republicans unite to pass a state budget and full-day kindergarten. The New Hampshire House and Senate met Thursday for the final session of the legislative year in their respective chambers, and … Continue reading

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N.H. Lawmakers Pass $11.7 Billion Budget, Governor Will Sign

Both the New Hampshire House and Senate passed the Senate’s two-year budget Thursday. Governor Chris Sununu called the budget “a bold step in the right direction” and says he’ll sign it. | NHPR

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