Archive for November, 2009« Previous Entries
by Ed Naile, Chair
I went to Antrim’s Selectman Meeting last night, November 23. Antrim is the town of 2,600 making news for finally admitting it has a huge deficit going back at least to 2006. Between the deficit and money owed for 2009 the total is almost the same as an entire year’s budget, around [...]
Increase in Taxes Continues in Concord
Just when you thought that the Democrats at the State House in Concord were done taxing us, here they go again. This week the House Transportation Committee, along strict party lines, voted to pass a bill creating yet another fee–a new driver’s license permitting fee. [...]
Here is an excellent website that rates the educational health of each state in the nation.
US Chamber of Commerce Educational Report Card