UPDATED: House To Vote on Alternate Right-To-Know Grievance Process

UPDATE: SB 555 has been passed by the House of Representatives. As there is a Fiscal Note on this bill, the bill now goes to the committee on Finance. This bill creates a low cost, speedy, credible, and impartial Right to Know (RSA 91-A) grievance resolution process for all parties.

NH Sen. Hassan Questions Facebook CEO Zuckerberg

Senator Hassan pressed Mr. Zuckerberg on Facebook’s business model, which as the Senator said, relies on two potentially problematic foundations: “maximizing the amount of time people spend on your products and collecting people’s data.”

Chanting ‘Hey hey, ho ho, homophobia has got to go’ at KSC parade

We dance and march and chant for a better world and a better community on campus. In the face of adversity, our pride does not waver, does not falter. We are as proud as ever, and I don’t mind dancing like nobody’s watching, because I do know they are watching.

Lessons from March for Our Lives: Give 16- and 17-Year-Olds the Right to Vote

I watched as a group of mostly 16- and 17-year-olds orchestrated the largest peaceful protest in American and World history with “The March for Our Lives” and  now I want to put it right up front: It’s time to give 16- and 17-year-old Americans the right to vote.

A Good Case for Travel

Have you ever considered where leisure or business travelers would be without a simple
innovation—the suitcase? One might presume that such carriers have been around
for as long as humankind itself.