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October 25, 2018

Can’t figure out where Bill Gannon stands on Women’s health care? That makes sense, he isn’t very clear. Maybe it’s because he keeps on contradicting himself, and because he knows if you knew what he stood for you wouldn’t dream of voting for him.

Because it is so hard...

October 24, 2018

CONCORD - New Hampshire campaign finance laws have an interesting relationship with corporations, the Granite State has a system where by simply incorporating a corporation an individual can double the limit of what they are able to donate to a candidate for state offi...

October 23, 2018

CONCORD - Republicans made waves earlier this year with their extreme attack on the right to vote in New Hampshire. Our right to vote is fundamental to our “live free or die” motto, we value our access to our elected representatives, and it is reprehensible that any el...

October 22, 2018

CONCORD - New Hampshire families are struggling to pay their property taxes, critical programs are underfunded, our roads and bridges are crumbling, and Senate Republicans decided this was the perfect time to give out of state businesses an unexpected tax cut. Senate R...

October 21, 2018

CONCORD - Last year the Senate was faced with two tax breaks. The first would have helped the thousands of working families in New Hampshire struggling to pay their property taxes while still paying for child care and caring for their kids. The second gave massive tax...

October 20, 2018

Fetal personhood bills across the country are designed to weaken the underpinnings of safe and legal abortions. Legislators are trying to define when a fetus is viable without any of the proper medical experience that would make them credible arbitrators of human healt...

October 19, 2018

CONCORD - As our country deals with highly publicized mass-shootings the Senate Republicans doubled down on their opposition to gun safety rules in New Hampshire by pushing through legislation to remove permit requirements for concealed carry. Concealed carry permits a...

October 18, 2018

CONCORD - The opioid epidemic is an emergency in the Granite State. In 2017 there have been 483 opioid related deaths in New Hampshire. Almost everyone in New Hampshire knows someone whose life has been impacted by opioid addiction. Addiction is destroying New Hampshir...