The Dover City Council “overwhelmingly” approved a resolution last week. It denounces partisan political and “unconstitutional” book banning, which is amusing given that Dover is run by political partisans that hate the U.S. Constitution.
On Monday, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu announced he would not seek the Republican nomination for President. I guess he looked at the polling and discovered that he’d reached his ceiling on electability (but won’t admit it).
Manchester School District received $4,000 of the city of Manchester’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds through a Community Event and Activation Grant to put on a June 2 high school pride event.
Twenty-four Republican governors have responded to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s call for help to secure its border with Mexico.
DeSantis is widely expected to launch a presidential campaign now that Florida’s legislative session has concluded, and New Hampshire will host the nation’s first GOP primary in early 2024.
The Twin States Clean Energy Link plans to bring 1,200 megawatts of clean Canadian hydropower to New England, New Hampshire’s Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday. The link would also run through Vermont, according to a release.
In the survey, New Hampshire ranked first in the country for taxpayer return on investment; third in total taxes paid per capita; and fourth in overall government services.
New Hampshire not only has the best roads and the smallest cost per mile for construction, but the Granite State is also tops in New England for quality of roads, as well. New Hampshire spends just $9.82 per mile for highway construction, while Vermont spends $10.64, and Maine $10.84.
Watermark paper, magnetic ink, a greater segregation of duties and increased proof of residency protocols are the focus of a newly introduced election security bill introduced into the New Hampshire General Assembly.
The House Election Law Committee on Tuesday held a hearing on House Bill 115, which proposes holding the fall primary election the second Tuesday in June, rather than the second Tuesday in September.
New Hampshire’s minimum wage is $7.25 and has been for a very long time. New Hampshire has also had a higher average rate of starting pay, a stronger labor force, and a better economy.
The New Hampshire Executive Council has nixed a plan to connect Boston’s commuter rail system to the Granite State, which some have described as a “boondoggle” for the state’s taxpayers.