Tag Archives: Maggie Hassan

Shaheen, Hassan Won’t Hold Up Budget for DACA

Both New Hampshire’s U.S. senators said Monday they will not hold up a budget deal as leverage for immigration reform. President Donald Trump ended the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program – or DACA – last year.  The program protected … Continue reading

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Will NH all Democrat female contingent protest Willie Singletary like they did Roy Moore?

A former Philadelphia judge named Willie Singletary has been in the public eye for quite a while and unfortunately for him, it’s not all been good. First, he was forced to resign after it was discovered that he sexually harassed a city cashier and … Continue reading

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UNH Student Admits – Out of State Students Stole Senate Election for Maggie Hassan

Yesterday, Ed Mosca beat me to the punch on reporting the latest histrionics from the New Hampshire left. House Bill 372, requires anyone who votes in an election with an out of state ID to obtain an NH ID within … Continue reading

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Sen. Maggie Hassan Says Sen. Al Franken Should Step Down

From her US Senate Website. “It is clear that Al Franken has engaged in a pattern of egregious and unacceptable behavior toward women, and he should resign. We are experiencing a sea change in our culture that is long overdue, … Continue reading

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Hassan and Shaheen to Attend Dinner Revering ‘Serial Sexual Assaulter’

Tonight, New Hampshire Democrats will hold their annual dinner at which they honor two womanizing philanderers, one of whom was accused by multiple women of sexual assault, including rape. The annual Kennedy-Clinton dinner will take place in Hollis and Democrats … Continue reading

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Shaheen, Hassan Should Explain Vote to Keep State and Local Tax Deduction

CONCORD — U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan should explain why they voted against ending the federal tax deduction for state and local taxes, which aids high-tax states at the expense of New Hampshire, Andrew Cline, interim president of … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Hassan Administration Fallout Continues

Current Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut estimates $3 million could be at risk, and says he’s corrected the way the state accounts for the grant money. Accepting money from the federal government always comes with strings attached. If Uncle Sam is … Continue reading

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Gardner fires back, won’t quit Trump voter panel

CONCORD — Secretary of State Bill Gardner fired back in an escalating war of words with the state’s entire congressional delegation over claims voter fraud played any role in the narrow New Hampshire Primary victories last November. All four Democrats … Continue reading

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Hassan’s secret: Covering up Medicaid problems

Last year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) warned the Hassan administration that New Hampshire’s expanded Medicaid program was not complying with federal law. This was rather inconvenient for Hassan, who made the subsidized health insurance program the … Continue reading

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Medicaid: Hassan enlisted hired gun as governor

The New York firm of Manatt, Phelps and Phillips was already a state contractor. The Executive Council gave them a $1.7 million, no-bid contract in March 2014 to perform legal, policy and technical services to support Medicaid expansion — including negotiating with … Continue reading

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