NH Schools waste $1.3M on ‘philosophy’

Updated on October 31, 2009 From an original article that appeared on September 5, 2008 Union Leader BEDFORD – New Hampshire could set the national agenda for education after the November election, even as the state struggles with funding shortfalls, according to a...

Big Money Backs Spending Cap Opponents

Your Roots Are Showing by Steve MacDonald Keep Manchester Moving and Granite State Progress want the state (and Manchester) to spend your money and with good reason. Their reports are funded by unions using dues money paid by taxpayer funded teachers. Put simply, you...

Stop the Spending Summit Standing Room Only

October 27, 2009 Here are some resources that came of the House Republicans’ “Stop the Spending Summit”: Grant Bosse Live Blogging Charles Arlinghaus, Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy Presentation Former NH HHS Commissioner John Stephen...

HB 368 Subcommittee Meetings Tomorrow

Another HB 368 subcommittee meeting has been scheduled for this Wednesday, October 28. The Probation Appeals Subcommittee will meet for a work session after the Evaluation and Records Subcommittee meeting in LOB 207. The schedule for Wednesday is as follows: LOB 207 @...

Beware of Special Meetings

October 25, 2009 A Hop, Skip, And A Dump In Hopkinton You may have seen the news about the Town of Hopkinton and their teacher contract which was voted down by a two-to-one margin this past March at the traditional Hopkinton School District Annual Meeting. They say...

Local Government Center Subpoenaed

Fosters – Municipal group in legal fight over public information Municipal group in legal fight over public information The Local Government Center is already in the hot seat with the Professional Firefighters of New Hampshire for not disclosing financial...