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Pass child protection bill in April

More than four children die every day in the United States as a consequence of child abuse. Over 80 percent of those victims are not old enough to attend kindergarten. More than 80 percent die at the hands of at least one parent. These 1,600-plus yearly victims are among the … Full story    

Published: March 31, 2015
Telegraph Editorial

Pass child protection bill in April

More than four children die every day in the United States as a consequence of child abuse. Over 80 percent of those victims are not … Full story    
Updated 11 hours ago
Telegraph Editorial

A ‘slush fund’ for defense spending

Congress generally has little trouble achieving broad agreement on defense spending. One reason is a well-established and, indeed, almost reflexive belief that throwing more money … Full story    
Updated yesterday
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Turns out, state’s colleges are not

When you search a database on a state-run website that shows salaries of state employees, you might expect to find the salaries of state employees. … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago
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Looking back at the week in news

Wrong legislator issued  the apology to NH students Hats off to state Rep. Robert Cushing, of Hampton, who took the floor of the New Hampshire … Full story    
Published:  March 28, 2015
Telegraph Editorial

State, at last, on right road

Current New Hampshire law allows motorists to read emails and text messages and check in on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. They can also … Full story    
Published:  March 27, 2015

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Deserving of a spot on the wall of shame

Years ago, when you walked into a post office, you’d find a wall full of “wanted” posters. A display of pictures and descriptions of people … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Bernard-Kriegl: Child abuse really a community issue

It seems that incidents of parental wrongdoings are a regular item in the news. Blame and hatred are spewed at individuals, but not a lot … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Merrimack: Meals on Wheels cuts would ripple through the system

The New Hampshire House Finance Committee has proposed dramatic cuts in state funding for the Meals on Wheels programs operating within our state. Federal funding … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Choice is the fault line that divides education

Education isn’t a left vs. right issue. It’s a choice vs. … Full story    
Published:  March 28, 2015

End the ‘domicile’ debate

What is old is new again. The New Hampshire House of Representatives has asked the state Supreme Court to rule on voting rights. To wit, … Full story    
Published:  March 26, 2015

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Shopping for political gain

The campaign worker for state Sen. Peggy Gilmour was shopping. She wanted to know if we had seen the story on WMUR’s website about Gilmour’s … Full story    
Published:  October 19, 2014