Emergency Powers Boost for NH Governors May Be Curtailed

If there is one thing legislators from both sides of the aisle want to protect, it is their constitutional ability to control the purse strings, so the money grab did not sit well with either party’s lawmakers, although the Democrats were more vocal about the slight.

Distant Dome: Not the Time To End Mask Mandate

According to tracking done by the New York Times of every state in the country, in New Hampshire, new cases have increased at a rate of 11 percent over the last 14 days, hospitalizations have increased 43 percent and deaths have decreased by 1 percent.

The House’s Own March Madness Begins

While some issues draw bigger crowds to public hearings like right-to-work, abortion restrictions and gun control, the budget ostensively adopted by the legislature and governor in June affects far more people and it affects them personally.