F&J Tote board.
With the very real threat of a significant number of car dealerships closing in the coming months, the House decides to fast-track a bill providing some protechons.
The former congressman tells the Concord Monitor that he's considering running for Congress again, or perhaps Senate.
The Democratic Party chair gets some attention from The Drudge Report after saying anti-tax tea protesters "looked like they had lost their minds. They didn't even know what they were protesting."
The Democratic state rep from Seabrook tells the Newburyport Daily News on the day the House voted to repeal the death penalty: "It's unbelievable, this liberal agenda up here. I never thought I'd see the day in New Hampshire when a repeal of the death penalty would pass."
J. HERBERT QUINN:
In a memoir, the former Concord mayor" who was impeached in the 1960s--continues to go after his nemesis, the Concord Monitor, saying it was "filled with yellow journalism and a huge desire to 'get me.'"