- Letter to the editor: Voters have right to decide on Consentino School
- Letter to the editor: Thanks to all who made annual senior Thanksgiving happen
- Letter to the editor: Support Jodi Nelson in Derry special election
- Letter to the editor: Bring Eisner back to NH Statehouse
- Letter to the editor: Eisner has what I'm looking for
- Letter to the editor: Advocate for school meals for all
- Letter to the editor: Jodi Nelson will serve Derry well
- Letter to the editor: NH needs to meet revenue sharing obligations
- Letter to the editor: Back Eisner in Derry special election
- Letter to the editor: Eisner will be a champion for Derry
- Letter to the editor: Let voters choose on Consentino School
- Letter to the editor: Say no to farmers’ aid
- Letter to the editor: Senior care facilities need more COVID relief
- Letter to the editor: Vote for Dem Mary Eisner for NH House
- Letter to the editor: Let's focus on developing social entrepreneurs
- Letter to the editor: Let COVID-19 vaccines be elective
- To the editor: Let's try harder when training nurses
- Everyone must get vaccinated
- Disabled veterans need better compensation
- Social ills caused by violence on TV, movies
- School fights caused by stress
- Disabled veterans need 'fair and just compensation'
- Mary Eisner is 'reasonable, not radical'
- Please support Medicare Advantage for seniors
- Sewer plant prepared for power outages
- If you didn't vote, you can't complaini
- Simard, Beauregard will continue to to serve Methuen well
- Letter: Vote 'no' on Lawrence propsition 2.5 question
- Letter: Morrow would bring fresh voice to Haverhill City Council
- Letter: Receivership at root of Lawrence school 'crisis'
- Letter: Re-elect Lamontagne for GLTS committee
- Letter: Support End of Life Options Act
- Letter: Speak out to legislators about 'climate migrants'
- Letter to the editor: With state funding cut, MVPASAP needs you
- Letter to the editor: Elect Lamontagne for GLTS School Committee
- Letters to the editor
- Letters to the editor
- Letter: Nelson will put community, taxpayers first
- Letter: Patients with rare diseases need therapies quickly
- Letter: Nelson will support Republican caucus, values in N.H.
- Letter: Cannabis report was a cover for unfair fees
- Letter: N.H. delegation pays ‘lip service’ to neighborhood’s issue
- Letter: Sponsor ensures health of a nutritious program for seniors
- Letter: Far-fetched report tries to extract money from cannabis businesses
- Letter: Thankful for an act of kindness, respect
- Letter: Troopers implicated in timecard fraud should be held accountable
- Letter: Scouting’s timeless values give youth a head start
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After working on it for several months, the House of Representatives recently passed the Build Back Better Act. It’s status in the Senate is uncertain, but if enacted, it’s expected to increase government spending by $1.75 trillion over 10 years.
Police take notice
The #MeToo movement may have shifted the balance of credibility on sexual abuse and harassment at work more toward victims and away from alleged perpetrators. But the same cannot be said regarding men’s violence and abuse at home: In fact, women’s reports of domestic violence are still widel…
The value of life
The Supreme Court justices signaled a potential major shift on abortion law Wednesday. Hearing arguments in a case that could fundamentally alter abortion rights and regulations throughout the nation, the six conservative justices who hold the majority in the highest court seemed divided: Would they overturn the core right to abortion entirely or would they allow abortion to be limited by the states to the early stages of pregnancy?