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OP-ED: Full day kindergarten should remain a local decision

The New Hampshire State Senate added an amendment to Senate Bill 191, a bill targeting education adequacy funding, in a move to support full day kindergarten funding. The time at which a child begins formal, full day education should be… Continue Reading →

Voting Rights: New Hampshire Voters want integrity in elections

Yesterday, a “Voting Rights” march took place in Concord that ended with a rally at the state house. The march was in response to legislators in New Hampshire attempting to pass bills that actually try to shore up the integrity… Continue Reading →

Why are New Hampshire Unions afraid of ‘worker freedom’?

On Tuesday, Senate Bill 11 (SB 11), AN ACT prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union, was heard in the senate committee at the State House. This is a bill that will end… Continue Reading →

NH Democrats double down on state-sanctioned racism and discrimination

Yesterday New Hampshire Senate Democrats decided to own racism, discrimination and gender bias. They voted against an amendment to Senate Bill 336 that would end over 90 years of state-sanctioned racism and discrimination. Rather than end these practices they decided… Continue Reading →

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