Voting Bill Heads to the Supreme Court As Lawmakers Head Home At Week’s End

You could ask how does a state budget go $100 million out of whack in a half-a-dozen months.

Lawmakers will grapple with that question this week in what are expected to be the final sessions of the 2017-18 legislature bar an adverse Supreme Court ruling on voting rights after lawmakers go home at the end of the week.

Shea-Porter Seeks Probe of EPA Concealment of Research on PFAS Chemicals

WASHINGTON, DC— Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) today (Monday) sent a letter to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee asking it to investigate and hold hearings after reports that the White House and EPA concealed a critical report on the health impacts of PFAS chemicals, such as those that contaminated the groundwater around Pease.

Donald Trump, Michael Cohen and the Stormy Daniels payment: a Q&A

New assertions, accusations and counter-accusations involving President Donald Trump’s alleged hush money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels are aswirl today thanks to tweets by the president and remarks by his lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

School Voucher Bill Revived By Some Bare-Knuckle NH Politics

While the shenanigans are routine this time of year, what happened with the voucher bill or Freedom Scholarships or Senate Bill 193 last week is an example of heavy-handed politics practiced with a sledge hammer.