Tuesday May 7
Concerned over casino? Contact your state reps.
If you are opposed to New Hampshire getting into the casino gambling business, as I am, the time has come to raise your concerns to your state representatives: Steven J. Briden, Eileen C. Flockhart, Frank H. Heffron, Donna L. Schlachman and Patricia T. Lovejoy.
Letter: Government needs role in energy
In a recent article, Sen. Odell, justifying his vote against the energy moratorium, stated that the government should not be in charge of "picking winners and losers in the production of renewable energy." Sen.
Pandering to fear with stand your ground Part II
When then-Gov. Lynch vetoed the New Hampshire stand-your-ground legislation , I wrote an opinion piece on the misinformation being provided by the former governor and those opposed to the legislation.
Former Gov. Lynch to speak at New England College forum today
Former Governor John Lynch will be on hand to talk with students and the general public during a forum at New England College this week.
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Checking In On The Dropout Rate
In 2009, Governor Lynch signed a law making it illegal to drop out before the age of eighteen.