Byline: By PAUL HODES

I had the honor of serving in the U.S. Congress and passing Michelle’s Law, landmark legislation born in New Hampshire that became the basis for...

With the pandemic surging in states that rushed to reopen, and spreading from there even to those who were more cautious, economic pain is...

When I was running for Congress back in 2006, I met Anne-Marie Morse. She had a harrowing story to tell.Her daughter Michelle was diagnosed with...

My Turn: The case for reparations

6/11/20

I spent much of 2019 as state director of Marianne Williamson’s campaign for the presidency in New Hampshire. While her campaign never found...

Next week, all eyes will turn to New Hampshire. As the first state to host a Democratic primary to determine the presidential nominee for the party...

The governor’s veto of common-sense gun safety bills together with his message citing the culture of our state and the progress the state has made...

From my experience in politics, I know it’s always easy to say “No,” to simply “resist” or to lament what’s wrong. I have always advocated a...

In the mix of news on March 15, a front page Concord Monitor article reported that high school students, faculty and supporters led dignified...

In February, Gov. Chris Sununu delivered his first budget address. He proposed no new taxes or fees. His address contained some small surprises, a...

Tom Perez, the newly minted DNC chair, is a good guy, an accomplished guy and savvy enough to help heal divisions within the Democratic Party...

Gov. Chris Sununu has responded to inquiries from Congress about the state’s position on the repeal of Obamacare in a Jan. 18 letter that recently...

Serving the public in New Hampshire requires financial sacrifice from its servants. Here in New Hampshire, our legislators are paid $100 a year...

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