Some Takeaways From the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies’ Recent Study on Education Spending in New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies recently released a study titled Education Finance in New Hampshire – Headed to a Rural Crisis.  The Center is decidedly left of center, but the study is well worth the read because it contains a lot of useful information.  Here are some takeaways, albeit probably not the takeaways the authors intended. Continue reading

House Democrats Make Unassailable Case Against Casino

“I don’t have a passion for gambling,” said Rep. Katherine Rogers, D-Concord, and a bill sponsor. “I have a passion for revenue.”

And that is exactly why the House GOP (who nominally are 60 percent or so of the House) should defeat SB 113.  It is a spending, grow-the-government bill.   Continue reading