Concord Monitor: Washington gun vote was a double abomination
"It may well take the obstruction of the passage of popular legislation despite majority support in the Senate, something akin to the events at the onset of World War I that led to the adoption of Rule XXII, to make the fundamental change I think is necessary to reflect the current realities of the U.S. Senate."
LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
Nashua high schools keep reduced SRO staffing; school board approves budget reduction list, principal contract
HarborCorp developers state their case
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: Cover your ears, little children, Uncle Stacey has a story that will shock the news media
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: The 'professionals' may say Trump is unpolished, but voters may find him more than an apprentice