NH Energy isn’t complicated

In 2009, Governor Lynch asked the Office of Energy Planning to create Climate Action Plan, to protect citizens, the economy, property and the environment, going forward. That plan was based on science and economics and it gave us a roadmap for minimizing the worst predicted economic and environmental outcomes. In 1997, NH was the first […]

The Socialist threat?

On a recent Saturday in August 2021, I read a social media post from my colleague Rep. Sue Mullen of Bedford. Sue was out doing visibility for an upcoming special election for exactly the kind of candidate any town would be proud to have for their State Representative. Catherine Rombeau. (As I post this, I […]

What’s up in Concord?

It’s budget season and I thought this update should be focused on what we’re seeing in terms of GOP policy priorities and budget proposals. Much to my dismay, we are seeing the return of tired policies that do nothing to improve New Hampshire or move her forward. For example, a spate of bills increasing gun […]

Truth or Dare

As the year comes to an end, I can only reflect that in the past 4 years, we’ve learned the truth that everything old is new again. As a country, we believed we were too advanced to succumb to group-think, or to con-man techniques like deflection, distraction and repetition; certainly knowing our neighbors would shield […]