Chris Sununu

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New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu’s Budget Address

Thank you — Good morning. Happy Valentines day. Mr. Speaker, Madame President, honorable members of the house, senate, and Executive Council and commissioners and department heads who have joined us today. My fellow citizens — Welcome. I would like to start by thanking the many Commissioners and state agencies we worked with throughout the past …

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Kids Already Learn Everywhere, So Let’s Give Them Credit

By Colleen Hroncich, As any parent will tell you, learning doesn’t end when the school day ends. Not all kids thrive in a conventional classroom—some earn their marks after the dismissal bell through service, sports, nature, or the arts. Why shouldn’t their learning count for graduation credits? That’s the game-changing proposal that New Hampshire Governor …

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The Red Pen Governor

The liberty and freedom we’ve enjoyed in New Hampshire is under direct attack.  And it’s the worst it has ever been. Fresh off their November election wins, Democrats fired up their campaign to restrict rights and grow government.  And, unfortunately, they control the House, Senate and Executive Council.   But fortunately, we still have a Republican governor …

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Off-Shore Wind Boondoggles- NH Says Deal Me In

New Hampshire has expressed an interest in “milking” the sacred cow of offshore wind. To that end Governor Sununu recently asked the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to establish an intergovernmental offshore renewable energy task force for New Hampshire. The move is the first step in a multiyear process whose goal is to screw taxpayers for …

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Something Steve’s Post on the Florida Supreme Court’s Recent Education Funding Decision Made Me Think Of …

Steve MacDonald recently posted Florida Court Invokes Separation of Powers in Refusal To Play ‘Adequacy’ Game in Public Education on Granite Grok. You should read it. You should also read the decision. As a parenthetical note, the Florida constitution -before the amendment in issue in the decision- actually contained the word “adequate”: Prior to 1998, article …

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Chris Sununu is Destroying the Republican Party

This from Governor Sununu’s “Policy Director”: “Voluntary,” “financially solvent” – sounds just like private insurance, which begs the question:  If it is possible to have a “Paid Family Leave plan” that is “voluntary” and “financially solvent,” then why isn’t such a product already available to employees through private insurers? Because “Paid Family Leave” covers situations …

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Tuesday’s Bright Spot: GrokTV! At The Sununu Victory Party

The crowd and the buzz gradually grew. First the count went her way, and then it went his; first angst, then anticipation, then finally jubilation when Molly Kelly conceded. GrokTV! was on location for 5 hours to bring you this 5 minute distillation of the highlights – enjoy…

Question Answered: Maybe Chris Sununu Can Get Re-Elected…, But What About Everyone Else?

Back in May, I questioned whether Republican behavior, especially Governor Sununu’s, which had gotten decidedly progressive, could weather the electoral storm in November? And while Governor Sununu may be able to weather the loss of thousands of votes… what of elected members of the party he (at least figuratively) leads? Candidates who need a handful or …

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