With no central gathering place, information will not be shared as freely and is easier to control.
With the coronavirus pandemic, Garry Rayno’s Distant Dome column will appear more frequently exploring the political and legislative aspects of the crisis.
In NH, Democrats now outnumber Republicans for the first time in a decade.
Thirty years ago, people had fun during the long grueling hours of work even in very difficult times.
The House last week and this week will put off one of the major issues it needs to address and has needed to solve for some time: diminishing revenues for the state Highway Fund which pays for state road and bridge work.
Many communities had and still have the town contrarian who speaks against any warrant article that raises money.
The 2020 primary is very different from the benchmark primaries of the last century when lesser-known candidates could catch fire and either continue on to the nomination or impact the final outcome.
Should volunteer firefighters and EMTs get a property tax exemption?
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.