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Honor fallen on Memorial Day

On Monday, the nation, our state and our community will take pause to remember those who have served our country so we can continue to enjoy our many freedoms. The Sunday Telegraph, too, takes pause to reflect on this all-important day and to recall some famous words: “I don’t have to ...

It’s not too late to get vaccinated

Last week, the Increasing Transparency In Generic Drug Applications Act of 2022 advanced through the Energy and Commerce Committee, as did the Restoring Hope for Mental Health and Well-Being Act and KIDS CARES Act. Both the Increasing Transparency In Generic Drug Applications Act and the KIDS ...

Get redistricting plan done

Last week, the New Hampshire Senate refused to approve the latest redistricting plan, instead opting to form a committee of conference to negotiate a compromise. The three Senate and four House appointees will have until May 19 to sign off on plan, with votes in both chambers by May ...

Love and thanks to all mothers

On Sunday, we take pause to celebrate and honor likely the most important person in each of our lives – our mothers. From infancy through adulthood, mothers always are there, taking care of us through childhood coughs and colds, kissing and bandaging our skinned knees, helping us with ...

Senate makes right decision

Last week, the New Hampshire State Senate rejected two marijuana legalization bills, ending the possibility – for now – that the Granite State would follow its neighbors in legalizing use of the drug. One bill would have created a state-run monopoly for retail sales and another would have ...

More may be needed

Saint-Gobain agreed last week to provide drinking water to about 1,000 properties in New Hampshire that showed elevated levels of toxic industrial compounds associated with serious health conditions. The agreement includes the towns of Bedford, Hudson, Litchfield, Londonderry and ...