Dying Activist’s Battle For Medical Marijuana Now In Judge’s Hands

UPDATE Nov. 20: Rep. Renny Cushing said: “That the Attorney General’s Office waited until the last second to file the state’s pleading yesterday felt like the office is trying to run out the clock on Linda, in the hope that she would die before the court deadline and make her lawsuit moot.”

Congressmen’s Wealth By State; 3 in NH Are Millionaires

The Center for Responsive Politics analysis shows the following personal wealth for New Hampshire’s Congressional Delegation.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D) – $3,683,012
Representative Ann Kuster (D) – $1,937,701
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) -$1,155,006
Representative Frank Guinta (R) – $340,506

Uber Drivers and Portsmouth at Odds on Regulations

About two dozen of the ride-sharing drivers or supporters demonstrated with signs outside New Hampshire City Hall Monday. They were there to demonstrate their belief that drivers with the national organization shouldn’t have to undergo criminal background checks or have other regulations imposed on them.

In Classic Battle, Minimum Wage Movement Pits Labor Against Business

Among the Democratic White House hopefuls, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley have backed a $15 minimum, while former Secretary of State and front runner Hillary Clinton wants to make it $12 nationally, arguing that $15 may not suit places where the cost of living is lower than in major metropolitan areas.