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Cabinet Letters

End coal in New England

We are still burning coal in New England for electricity, and we are all paying for it. Ten to 20% of your electric bill goes to fossil fuel subsidies that keep this dirty energy on the grid. These charges are payments to Merrimack Station, not only keeping coal on the grid, but enriching ...

Permanent healthcare subsidies

The American Rescue Plan Act established during the Biden administration provides subsidies for over 14.5 million Americans to buy health insurance with premium savings of up to $600 per year per person. The ARPA health insurance subsidies will expire at the end of 2022 unless Congress makes ...

Divorce in New Hampshire

There has been much discussion about the adverse experiences of divorce litigants and the New Hampshire court system. Collaborative Divorce is an alternative to court and is practiced in New Hampshire. The process was codified in our statutes in October 2021 (N.H. RSA Section 490-J) for ...

Political corruption

“Let us contemplate our forefathers, and posterity, and resolve to maintain the rights bequeathed to us from the former, for the sake of the latter.” – Samuel Adams Why politicians become corrupt. There is little need to demonstrate the growing political corruption seen each day in ...

Dismantling of democracy

What is the matter with America (or half of America)? It is profoundly troubling to see that there is no bottom to the awfulness of the Republican Party. As the party embraces fascism (yes, fascism) and its elected membership sinks further into a Trumpian web of lies, delusion, hatred, and ...

Overthrowing democracy

You can expect soon-to-be sowrn in Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace the established will of the American people with her own views. Jackson will do what President Joe Biden and her supporters put her in place to do, i.e., to undermine our “Democracy.” Three things ...