7 hrs ago
Covering NH expects big push for Obamacare signups before March 31
The open enrollment period for Obamacare closes March 31, and the group helping Granite Staters learn more about available health insurance plans expects a late push for application assistance.
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11 hrs ago
Scott Brown Considering NH Senate Run With Obamacare as Focus
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown admits it's "no secret" he's considering a Senate run in his new state of New Hampshire.
15 hrs ago
The Washington Post
Another boost for the Medicaid expansion
Here's another episode that reveals that the politics of Obamacare are more complex for Republicans than their tidy political narrative allows.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Carol Shea-Porter to headline St. Pattya s Day Dinner March 8 in Strafford
Come enjoy an evening of food, fun and politics at the Strafford Town Democrats' sixth annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner on Saturday, March 8, from 6-9 p.m. at the historic Bow Lake Grange Hall in Strafford.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Shea-Porter, Kuster vote to delay ACA individual mandate; GOP charges 'flip-flop'
Democratic U.S. Reps. Ann Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter voted Wednesday to delay until Jan. 1, 2015 the individual mandate under the Affordable Care Act, prompting Republicans to accuse them of flip-flopping.
Vulnerable Dems huddle over health fixes
The White House took the rare step of naming more than a dozen Democrats it worked "in close consultation" with ahead of a Wednesday announcement about changes to the Affordable Care Act.
Guinta For Congress - Administrations Budget Ignores Reality and Hurts Economic Growth
Today, President Obama released his FY '15 budget. In response, Ethan Zorfas with Frank Guinta's Campaign for Congress released the following statement: "President Obama's budget calls for nearly $4 trillion in spending, increases taxes and serves as a White House wish list for new spending.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
John DiStaso's Granite Status: Brown invites activists in AFP ads to dine with him at NHGOP event
John DiStaso, the New Hampshire Union Leader's senior political writer, began writing "Granite Status" in 1982.
North King County
DelBene introduces legislation to expand tax credits for small businesses
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene introduced legislation that expands tax credits for small businesses to make offering health coverage to their workers more affordable.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Editorial: Shrinking defense spending could make us stronger
Significant cuts to defense spending like those proposed by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel are more likely to strengthen the nation economically and militarily than weaken it.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Is Cryans proud of Planned Parenthood's promotion of bondage to teen girls?
Yesterday, Tony Baker of Mike Cryans' campaign , sent an email to supporters telling them how proud Cryans is of Planned Parenthood NH's endorsement of him : "I wanted to make sure you saw this exciting endorsement today for Mike Cryans in the Executive Council special election.
Guinta tells group he is 'optimistic' health reform law will work, but still calls for its repeal
Former U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta has long opposed the Affordable Care Act. He ran against it in 2010, which helped launch him into Congress.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
NH delegation opposes reduced airport tower hours
New Hampshire's congressional delegation is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to keep the control tower at the Manchester airport open overnight.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
N.H. Congressional Delegation: Don't Cut MHT Tower's Overnight Hours
Members of New Hampshire's congressional delegation are calling on the FAA to reject a proposal to close the Manchester Air Traffic Control tower between midnight and 6 in the morning.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Laconia affordable housing group gets grant
A New Hampshire organization that helps low- and moderate-income families become self-sufficient by making housing more affordable is getting a $286,000 federal grant.
Do Shaheen, Shea-Porter and Kuster agree with Reid that Americans are liars?
Today on the Senate floor Majority leader Harry Reid actually had the nerve to say that Americans coming out with horror stories about Obamacare are all liars.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Rep. Shea-Porter bashes planned military cuts
U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, D-N.H., speaks to veterans during an open house for veterans at the American Legion Frank E. Booma Post 6 in Portsmouth on Tuesday.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
DeMaio creates fund for gay candidates
The announcement came a day after a national LGBT group decided not to endorse DeMaio, but said it would back two other gay GOP candidates.
N.H. senators to fight military cuts that could affect Portsmouth shipyard
New Hampshire's senators have vowed to fight a new round of proposed military cuts that could put the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard on the chopping block.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
AFP ads on Shea-Porter, Kuster, Obamacare feature GOP activists
Two New Hampshire women featured in a major television advertising buy critical of Democratic Reps.