Byline: By KATHERINE ROGERS

On Jan. 20, our nation witnessed a historic, glass-breaking moment – a glass ceiling that remained intact for all of our national history was...

The images we saw on Wednesday, Jan. 6, of the riot at our U.S. Capitol have attacked our nation’s collective sense of basic decency. The shock...

On Aug. 2, 1776, a group of 56 courageous patriots signed the Declaration of Independence – a document listing 27 complaints against King George...

My Turn: A holiday wish for the Legislature

12/24/20

Despite the challenges all of us faced during 2020, this is a time of year many of us step back, reflect and think about (or perhaps hope for) what...

Last week, I received my notification from the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s Office to attend “Organization Day” for the N.H. House of...

We have come to the end of the 2020 legislative session – a memorable, challenging, unique time to say the least. These difficult times will...

It is not often one gets to look history in the eye and shake its hand. But in 2016 that is what I was able to do when I had the honor of meeting...

New Hampshire lawmakers have an opportunity to take a huge step forward in better protecting our beloved pets from a barbaric and painful practice...

Democracy thrives where many participate. So, removing barriers to participation encourages a healthy democracy.Gov. Chris Sununu’s decision to...

Governor, on Aug. 9 you vetoed House Bill 109, requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales; HB 514, imposing a three-day waiting...

Gov. Chris Sununu, I am writing you directly to urge you to support a common-sense measure requiring background checks before purchasing a gun in...

‘Sen. Robert Frances Kennedy died at 1:44 a.m. today, June 6, 1968. With Sen. Kennedy at the time of his death were his wife Ethel, his sisters Mrs...



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