Insurance Commissioner Urges NH Residents to Sign Up For ID Protection Services After Anthem Breach

State Helping to Lead National Investigation of Anthem Data Breach; Half NH’s Population Affected CONCORD, NH – New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny urges state residents currently or formerly insured by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to sign up immediately for the full range of free identity protection and credit monitoring services offered by […]

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Rep. Warren Groen: ‘Don’t frack my mother’

Video: New Hampshire General Court One never quite knows what to expect when Rep. Warren Groen (R-Rochester) delivers a speech on the House floor. During the 2012 marriage equality debate, the Concord Monitor reported Groen warned lawmakers that “same-sex marriage is part of a ‘slippery slope’ that would lead to polygamy for bisexual people and […]

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Canterbury Approves Resolution Against “Citizens United”

Money is Not Speech and Constitutional Rights are for Human Beings Following an unusually placid series of votes approving budget items, Canterbury, New Hampshire’s annual Town Meeting came to life during a debate over a resolution calling for a Constitutional Amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court’s “Citizens United” decision. Discussion began with a well […]

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Kelly Ayotte: ‘Interesting to be criticized about a letter that quotes the U.S. Constitution’

Image: Fox News U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte has received withering criticism from constituents and local editorial boards for signing an open letter to the leaders of Iran suggesting negotiations with President Obama are essentially a waste of time. “It’s not every day that a United States senator attempts to undermine U.S. foreign policy and weaken […]

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Watch: GOP lawmaker’s ‘jaw drop moment’ of ‘incredible disrespect’ toward Speaker Jasper

The rancor between House Speaker Shawn Jasper and GOP lawmakers loyal to former Speaker Bill O’Brien spilled out on the House floor Thursday in a striking exchange between Jasper and Rep. Max Abramson (R-Seabrook). Abramson was speaking in favor of House Bill 598, a bill he pulled from the consent calendar that would have modified […]

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Watch: GOP lawmaker’s ‘jaw drop moment’ of ‘incredible disrespect’ toward Speaker Jasper

The rancor between House Speaker Shawn Jasper and GOP lawmakers loyal to former Speaker Bill O’Brien spilled out on the House floor Thursday in a striking exchange between Jasper and Rep. Max Abramson (R-Seabrook). Abramson was speaking in favor of House Bill 598, a bill he pulled from the consent calendar that would have modified […]

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15 Years Later, Granny D’s Walk For Democracy Continues

By Daniel Weeks Fifteen years ago this week, a ninety year-old woman with arthritis and emphysema completed an epic march on Washington, DC. Her cause was as old as the republic she loved: restoring American self-governance so that people of every age, race, class, and creed could have their voices heard in Washington. She hailed from Dublin, […]

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Fergus Cullen – Moocher

Former Chair of the NH Republican Party Fergus Cullen lives in Dover. He ran unsuccessfully for City Council in 2013. One of the policies he mentioned his support for in interviews was Dover’s tax cap, as we see here in Fosters:After gaining political experience at the state and national levels, Cullen said he now wants to […]

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