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Concord Monitor wants state to tax every mile you drive by leveraging state vehicle inspections
People inside the State House are considering legislation to levy a tax on the owners of fuel-efficient vehicles and charge those who get the best mileage the most. Something's wrong with that plan, not to mention that it's a dead end.
Date: Feb 21, 2018

What we've been reduced to: Telling foreign leaders to ignore Trump tweets
"There is a lot more support for continuing our past policies than it might appear from some of the statements," Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) told an audience on Sunday that was made up mostly of Europe's foreign policy elite. "The unanimity comes...
Date: Feb 19, 2018

Dan Mackie: Aging's a drag (on the economy)
Now that I have grown older - through no fault of my own - I find it has become faintly unpatriotic to have done so. Both New Hampshire and Vermont are fretting about an elder surplus, and are desperately seeking to lure more young workers to our...
Date: Feb 19, 2018

Valley News: Problematic Marsy's Law Amendment is not the solution
If crime victims in New Hampshire are not getting the support they need, the solution is to provide police departments, county attorney's offices, the courts, nonprofit victim advocacy groups and others on the front lines of the criminal justice...
Date: Feb 19, 2018

Todd Huang: We ought to distance ourselves from identity politics
If one of our goals is for the liberation of racialized and indigenous peoples, we only reify these essentialisms by not questioning them. One of the main components of identitarian community is political action (and not simply performative...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

The arrogance of Eversource: Utility's reaction to Northern Pass decision is a history lesson
Martin Murray, spokesman for Northern Pass, said, "We are shocked and outraged by today's SEC outcome." He continued, "Clearly, the SEC process is broken." In other words: How dare the members of the Site Evaluation Committee not do as we command!...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

Nick Perencevich: If you skip wearing a helmet at least be an organ donor

Nick Perencevich: If you skip wearing a helmet at least be an organ donor
Forty years ago, I was completing my surgical training at a hospital in Boston that did more transplants than anywhere in the Northeast. It was the State of New Hampshire back then where most of our cadveric organs came from per capita because the...
Date: Feb 14, 2018

Concord Monitor heaps scorn on EPA honcho compelled to fly first class

Concord Monitor heaps scorn on EPA honcho compelled to fly first class
Was EPA chief Scott Pruitt sent to the third rock from the sun to render the planet less hospitable to its current inhabitants? If so, he's doing a pretty good job. Like many Trump cabinet members, Pruitt was appointed to create mischief and do his...
Date: Feb 14, 2018

Jim Kenyon: Mother fights restraining order loophole
Poppi Ritacco, of New Hampshire Legal Assistance, was the only one to testify against the bill, which allows a parent or guardian to file a petition for a protective order on behalf of a minor, alleging abuse by a member of the minor's family or...
Date: Feb 14, 2018

When it comes to curling in NH, we all feel like Olympic athletes
Five words that meant we common folk could relate to those elite athletes at the Winter Olympics. Five words that provided comfort to members of the Lakes Region Curling Association. Curling is user-friendly. Curling is fan-friendly.
Date: Feb 13, 2018

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