By now you have probably heard about the Senate Republicans plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act with a terrible new bill called the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017“.
The text of the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” was released yesterday and it … Continue reading
Today, the New Hampshire House and New Hampshire Senate voted to approve the state’s two-year budget. The vote 198-69 in the House and 14-9 in the Senate, were mostly along party lines.
The Governor and the rest of the NH Republican Party are praising the budget because it contains “no new … Continue reading
The election in Senate District 16, formerly held by the late Sen Scott McGilvray, is heating up and former Senator David Boutin is already slinging mud with his new mailer. The most ironic part of Boutin’s mailers is that he is now pushing to have people “vote by mail.”
Last week … Continue reading
Shea-Porter Co-Introduces Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Confront the Challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) today co-introduced the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Act and the Alzheimer’s Research Semipostal Stamp Act in recognition of Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. These two bipartisan bills have more than … Continue reading
It is with a heavy heart that this will be the last official Granite State Rumblings as the NH Chapter of Every Child Matters is closing their doors.
Over the last few years MaryLou has informed us in great detail about upcoming legislation in Concord and Washington with the … Continue reading
Funding Will Address the Latest Risks of HIV As Exacerbated by Opioid Crisis
Concord, NH – Earlier … Continue reading
One cost of freedom is steel. To remain independent, America must maintain its own vibrant steel industry.
Steel is essential to make munitions, armor plate, aircraft carriers, submarines and fighter jets, as well as the roads and bridges on which these armaments are transported, the electrical grid that powers the … Continue reading