WE ARE writing because we have noticed an extreme and alarming change to our state government. We used to think that New Hampshire government, a pretty local enterprise given the small size of our state, was a true government of and by the people. But strange things are happening in our State House, sometimes so quickly that nobody has time to react.
We are now a state that doesn’t think that children should have to go to school. We don’t think that air should be clean; we don’t think that the public needs to be notified of important legislation. We think that giving smokers 10 cents off a pack of cigarettes is more important than giving medication to people with mental illness.Read »