On Sunday, Union Leader reporter Dave Solomon wrote about the City of Manchester hoping to get paid back on loans it made to the publicly-owned Derryfield Country Club.
The Concord Monitor’s Ben Leubsdorf reports that the City of Concord is also losing money at Beaver Meadow Golf Course.
Last week, Charlie Arlinghaus challenged New Hampshire voters to take advantage of the election by forcing candidates to answer tough questions about how they would govern. In today’s Union Leader, GOP gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne answers the questions that Arlinghaus suggested as a good start.
Charlie Arlinghaus joins Jack Heath on NH Today for our weekly Josiah Bartlett Report to discuss his column in the Union Leader linking the New Hampshire budget and a way to make the state more business-friendly.
Listen to The Josiah Bartlett Report Wednesdays at 5:05 on 107.7 The Pulse or streaming online at WTPLfm.com.
Garry Rayno reports in the Union Leader that the NH Attorney General’s Office has asked the DOJ to expedite its review of New Hampshire’s new Voter ID law.
In the Concord Monitor, Molly Connors provides background on how the Granite State came under the supervision of the Voting Rights Act.
Meanwhile, the State of Texas is appealing the DOJ’s objection to its new Voter ID law in federal court.