Medicaid Work

Homegrown editorial cartoonist Mike Marland is keeping a watchdog eye on the State House in Concord and White House in Washington, D.C.

Elder, disability and justice advocates urge Sununu to sign HB 696

HB 696 expands our current protective order laws to allow vulnerable adults (a person who is unable due to a physical, mental or emotional impairment to manage their own affairs or delegate responsibility to a responsible caregiver) to obtain a protective order to get immediate relief from abuse, neglect or exploitation.

Following the Money in Wake of Sununu’s Budget Veto

The budget was vetoed although the difference between what Sununu proposed in February, $13.1 billion in total spending, and what the legislature’s committee of conference produced, $13.3 billion, is but a $200 million or 1.5 percent difference.

Ride for the Fallen 7

Citizens and first responders from Meredith to Randolph lined overpasses and intersections along Routes 93 and 3 Saturday to honor the seven people who died in the crash June 21.