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Jeb Bradley’s Hospital Monopoly Bill

Jeb Bradley’s Health Care CON board bill is on the State Senate to-do list today. It sounds like your average, run-of-the-mill regulatory business as usual, which is usually bad enough. This particular bit of regulatory “business as usual” is much worse.

Did The Union Leader Intend to Sell a Big Lie About NH Medicaid Expansion?

In one of Grant Bosse’s UL editorials this morning he takes Sen. Jeff Woodburn to task for exaggerating the value of Medicaid expansion. He’s right to do so but did he intend to sell another lie about the expansion in the process? (Emphasis mine.) Expansion supporters like Woodburn will have a chance to make their case in …

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Governor Hassan proudly moves the ‘Balsams Boondoggle’ forward

Today Governor Hassan signed Senate Bill 30. The bill that many legislators kept saying wasn’t about the Balsams while others coined it the “Balsams Bill.” This is the boondoggle that is going to line the pockets of Les Otten while he attempts to rebuild the Balsams to create low-paying jobs in the North Country.

Education Bill ALERT: HB 323 Compromise in Jeopardy

Guest post from Michelle Levell: HB 323, the waiver bill, has been an extremely complicated and contentious bill all year. Multiple amendments have been proposed, but only one offered an acceptable compromise, the Bradley amendment, #1572s. Only this amendment specifically allows the SAT or ACT to be used as the 11th grade statewide assessment and …

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Guest Post – “HB 323, The Most Important Education Bill of the Year”

Michelle Levell | GrokWatch News Desk Contact your senator today about HB 323. We must pass the Hoell/Avard amendment or kill the bill. Save our kids. HB 323 is a very critical bill as it is tied to New Hampshire’s Elementary and Secondary Education (ESEA), aka No Child Left Behind (NCLB), waiver. This waiver is …

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‘Constitutional Carry’ passes in NH Senate along party lines

Today Senate Bill 116, aka “Constitutional Carry”, was voted on by the full senate. Despite the majority of their constituents wanting them to pass SB 116, Democrats voted how their party leaders told them to vote and voted against it. Senators who were already getting railed for being sexists provided more ammunition today (that deserves …

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SEIU Endorsed Republicans For NH State Senate

The SEIU has a reputation.  Mean, ranting, left-wing, all-Obama, and did we mention left-wing?  The NH-SEA (SEIU) is the big government union around New Hampshire and their leadership whiles away their time and effort keeping Democrats in power.  Spending always goes up and your taxes with them. If you want less money in your pocket …

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Hassen It Been A While Since You Could Fill Up For Under $80.00?

A Letter from a CNHT Member up North: Dear editor, Please print this article in your newspaper ASAP. “All NH residents to pay for I – 93 widening, or so it seems!” In northern NH, a region plagued with gas prices 15 to 20 cents per gallon consistently higher than southern NH, adding another deliberate …

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I always have answers for WMUR Political Scoop (no matter its inanities)!

Well, it’s Friday and once again WMUR Political Scoop has questions and lots of softballs were served up.  So I have answers…and in a couple of cases, I question the question or perceived observation: If you watched Marilinda Garcia, the national Latino rising star, on CNN en Español to check out her Spanish speaking skills… well …

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