Northern Pass held a news conference Wednesday detailing its “comprehensive solution” and the motion it filed asking state regulators to void their Feb. 1 denial and continue deliberating the 192-mile transmission line project from Pittsburg to Deerfield.
ByEric Umansky, ProPublica, and Ilya Marritz, WNYC |
Listeners have been sending us lots of questions about President Donald Trump and his businesses. So we sat down with one of the best in the business to answer them. The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold has been digging into Trump for nearly two years. And he’s involved readers from the get-go.
What: Northern Pass announcement regarding its motion to the N.H. Site Evaluation Committee to resume deliberations on the proposed project and outlining conditions the SEC could impose to address concerns expressed during deliberative sessions. Plus, media Q&A.
Kevin “Kelly” Gearhart will have her day in court next week to argue why she shouldn’t be incarcerated at the Secure Psychiatric Unit at the men’s prison in Concord after pleading not guilty by reason of insanity to receiving stolen property, attempted theft and escape just over a year ago.
Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) today co-introduced the Assault Weapons Ban of 2018, legislation that would prohibit the sale, transfer, manufacture, and importation of certain semiautomatic weapons. The legislation includes an exception for currently-owned firearms.
$16 million has already been allocated to schools from across the state for critical security improvements, including reinforced windows and doors, state-of-the-art exterior door locking systems, and early detection systems.
According to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, there are 234,000 Nurse Practitioners nationally with about 80 percent of them working full-time in primary care practices like Lamprey Health Care which has offices in Newmarket, Nashua and Raymond.
Democrats love decrying “dark money” — political contributions for which the source of funds is a mystery. But that isn’t stopping them from accepting “dark money” themselves or making it difficult to determine the original underwriter of a political donation, as a recent Southern contest vividly illustrates.