LIKE FAR too many Americans, my life has been touched by gun violence.

A disgruntled client armed with three guns killed eight people and injured six others at my brother-in-law’s law firm in the San Francisco Bay Area’s second-deadliest shooting. The gunman never made it to his intended target — the floor where my brother-in-law worked — only because the elevator stopped first at a lower floor. It wasn’t just my brother-in-law, my oldest son was so close to a killing spree that left six people dead and 14 injured that he could hear the gunfire.

Sen. Tom Sherman is a physician and Democratic candidate for governor. He lives in Rye.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
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THE GOVERNOR’S proposed 10% cost of living adjustment to state employee wages is prudent, economically modest, and a necessary response to market signals on the state labor force. To suggest otherwise is to misread 40 years of state history and to deny the destructive effects of inflation th…

AT THE END of 2022, the New Hampshire Judicial Branch launched a diversity and inclusion initiative to ensure that everyone is provided with equal access to justice, and to eliminate unconscious cultural biases within the court system. The strategic plan is already underway and features a ha…

Sunday, March 19, 2023

OUR NATION spends billions of dollars each year pursuing ISIS and al-Qaeda while other terrorist groups kill at least 70,000 Americans a year by supplying Chinese fentanyl across our border from Mexico. In terms of a threat, the Americans killed here in one day by fentanyl overdoses far exce…

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AS AN employer in New Hampshire, we find ourselves in challenging times. One of the major challenges facing businesses today is workforce availability. Vacant positions throughout the Granite State not only impact the individual business but also have a significant ripple effect on our state…

Monday, March 13, 2023