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Cabinet Letters

Do you live on a private road?

Many of us that live on private roads in New Hampshire are aware that although we pay property taxes just like residents on public roads we do not receive the same services. We do not get municipal road and related infrastructure maintenance, repair and replacement for our roads, lighting, ...

Snowshoe hares not dog training tools

Snowshoe hares are essential to many other species’ survival, including lynx, bobcat, and great horned owls. They also help with the development of the forest by what they eat. Because of this influence over other plants and animals, they are considered a keystone species. Every single one of ...

Be part of N.H.’s cvic spring

Democracy is not a spectator sport, and its time many more Granite Staters engage to get our democracy functioning better. All residents should binge watch Civics Slam! with David Alcox, brought to you by the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education (search Civics Slam at ...

Humanity – HB138-FN

HB138-FN, allowing prisoners serving life sentences to be eligible for parole after 25 years, is currently before the New Hampshire House for an April 9 vote. This bill is by no means a get-out-of-jail-free card. It merely provides an opportunity for select individuals to be heard, to plead ...

Increasing cases

COVID is increasing in New Hampshire’s college towns. For example, Durham recently reported 164 active COVID cases, 155 of them students (Fosters, 3/25/2021). Students live, shop and work in their communities, alongside the adult population, many remaining for summer jobs. COVID spreads ...

The best investment

Education Freedom Accounts, or school choice, is the civil rights issue of our generation. There are currently two Bills that have been submitted this year that offer parents choice in education. SB130, the EFA bill was approved 3-2. The Committee also voted to amend the Bill so that state ...