The state’s Highway Fund pays for most of the state’s share of road and bridge work, but it is on a collision course with fuel efficiency and alternative fuels.
Next week is the beginning. Much more lies ahead. Stay tuned to Garry Rayno’s Distant Dome and InDepthNH.org State House coverage daily.
The definition of “harm’s way” in Concord is being between free food and lawmakers.
For the first time in a decade, Democrats controlled the House and Senate with high hopes of advancing a new agenda after years of GOP control.
So, on one hand the state is giving school districts, especially poor districts, more state money, and on the other, taking it away if some of their students leave for charter schools.
But this is not a typical year in many ways with a landmark general election looming in less than a year and the First-in-the-Nation presidential primary two months away and with a still-crowded Democratic field.
Representatives and Senators are expected to serve and represent their constituents, but does that also include serving your community’s largest employer?
Others file to say they ran for president and even more to make a statement on climate change or alien spaceships that will save us.
The Committee to Study Recycling Streams and Solid Waste Management in New Hampshire issued its final report recently with 23 recommendations and 39 findings.
Something more concerning is business tax returns are well below what they were a year ago at this time.