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Expanding NH economy: Of energy costs, trains and clowns

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Releasing a study last week on the feasibility of subsidized commuter rail from southern New Hampshire to Massachusetts, the chairman of the N.H. Rail Transit Authority said this: "There is simply no economic development opportunity on the horizon that could transform New Hampshire's economy like the expansion of passenger rail."

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King Obama: Creating a constitutional crisis

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The President of the United States is preparing to create a constitutional crisis, needlessly and for purely political reasons, and he probably will get away with it — also for purely political reasons.

NH votes matter: A House close to the people

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Every vote counts, in New Hampshire at least.

VA wait times: They are still bad

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Remember those VA wait times? They're still here.

Power shortage: Our environmentalism tax

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Creating an energy emergency.

Turkeys for all: Thanks and giving in Manchester

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A sign of support for New Horizons and for New Hampshire's needy.

Politics & pipes: Keystone's friends and enemies

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Voting against energy, what a surprise.

A silenced voice who spoke for those who could not

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A tribute to a heroic journalist and a reminder of the need for them.

Retaliation? Right-to-know revisions could help

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Conflicts of interest and the state's right-to-know law.

Big Green grime: Dartmouth needs a cleaning

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The despicable and vulgar actions of a few Dartmouth College students two weeks ago have given that school a bad name and have sullied the New Hampshire Presidential Primary in the process. The term "sophomoric behavior'' may require a big "D'' icon next to it in your online dictionary.

Classroom inputs: A Nashua literacy experiment

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When do results matter more than inputs in public education?

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