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NH budget can’t use malpractice fund

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

July 30, 2009
Seacoast Online
CONCORD — A judge has rejected the state’s claim on a $110 million surplus in a fund that underwrites malpractice insurance.
The state counted on $65 million of the money to help balance the budget in the fiscal year that just ended and hoped to use the other $45 million toward spending in [...]

Preserving local control — will it be possible?

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

NH is already under threat of the institution of programs and reforms that do NOT come from the local taxpayers and parents but from places like the National Governor’s Association, agreements with other states, or worse yet, crazy schemes from rock stars like Bono…
If the current administration in DC has its way, will NH taxpayers [...]

Master-Abaters II – The Saga of Windsor Continued

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

July 29, 2009
by Ed Naile
Well it appears the Windsor NH Selectmen and what is left of the Tax Collector’s Office have been audited into the proverbial corner – a nasty little corner ending in two cliffs.
The attempt to have a local gal (consultant) “audit” one year of the town books after citizens, with a little [...]

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