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BOE meetings are discriminatory

The Nashua Board of Education continues to hold in-person only meetings without requiring masks in a community where transmission rates of COVID-19 are 6.0%,local hospitals are boarding admitted patients in the ED due to a shortage of hospital beds, and daily cases are back up over 500. By ...

Will filibuster rule cancel your vote

A citizen’s right to vote is basic to American democracy. It is immortalized in Amendment 15 to the Constitution: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of ...

A terror to the evil

Christians across and country and the world grapple with Paul’s teaching, “Rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil.” The earliest Christians wanted to express their hearty support for legal and humane institutions of government, and hoped that the governments of the day ...

The Keeping Girls in School Act

As school starts back up around New Hampshire and hearing about how COVID-19 cases are on the rise around school-age children I thought about how they would be missing school, and it made me think of the Keeping Girls in School Act. Globally the COVID-19 pandemic has caused 743 million girls to ...

Using coal impacts our water

New Hampshire – known for its towering mountains, sandy beaches, clear blue lakes, and dense forests. Imagine you were told that this stunning, outdoorsy state had water taken from one of its rivers, run through a coal plant, and discharged back into that same river. If you take pride in the ...

Stop forcing urbanism on N.H. towns

It’s like death by 1,000 cuts – bills keep coming before the legislature which eat away, bit by bit, at local control, in hopes voters won’t notice. Partial bills are being “thrown at the wall to see what sticks” so Sununu and Biden can take zoning and planning decisions from towns ...