NH House Disagrees with EPA Decision

NH House Speaker William O’Brien and House Majority D.J. Bettencourt had something to say about the EPA’s decision to require a $112 million expense at PSNH electricity plant in Bow. Here are the statements they released this morning: “At a time when we are doing everything we can to make New Hampshire more competitive and attractive to employers, the federal government is seeking to punish our residents and small businesses with...

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OP-ED: NH Gov Race Roster Missing Key Name

The Cabinet weighed in on the Governor’s race with an editorial that is particularly interesting for its comments about a candidate unlikely to be on the ballot, Senate President Peter Bragdon. From the piece: A reasonable, decent man who just happens to disagree with us most of the time, but always, it seems, in such a way that you come away believing he was willing to listen.” After sincerely stated disappointment at Bragdon’s...

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Recent Poll shows Romney has 39% Support in NH
Sep23

Recent Poll shows Romney has 39% Support in NH

The Rasmussen Poll released today is the second this week to show Mitt Romney having nearly 40% support here in New Hampshire; and an even stronger support among women. The results are: Romney 39%, Perry 18%, Paul 13%, Huntsman 7%, Bachmann 5%, Cain 4%, Gingrich 4%, and Santorum 2%. More than 80% of Republicans stated in the poll that they think Perry or Romney would be elected over Obama in the general. This survey was taken prior to...

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DNC Airs American Jobs Act Commercial

President Obama must be tired of ordering Congress to ‘pass the bill’ – a phrase he has used hundreds of time while selling his proposed jobs plan. The DNC is rolling out a new call-to-action catch phrase in an ad going up on TV in target states, including NH: ‘get going.’ It seems unlikely that this new command will spur Congress into action; a recent poll done by American Crossroads shows that while...

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5k Unites Breast Cancer Supporters to Raise Funds for Local Patients

BreastCancerStories.org, a local non-profit organization that provides support programs for local breast cancer patients, recently held its 3rd annual CelebratePink 5K Race/Walk to raise more than $20,000 for the organization. All net proceeds went to BreastCancerStories.org’s new local program My Breast Cancer Support (www.MyBreastCancerSupport.org), which provides support to patients at hospitals and cancer centers in the Seacoast...

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