One thing you can say about the speaker of the House: He lets you know what's on his mind.
Lynne Blankenbeker: The Concord Republican rep and member of the Naval Reserves finds herself in hot water by essentially claiming, and then backtracking, shortly after the death of Osama bin Laden that she didn’t believe he was dead because “as a military person, I’ve received nothing from my superior officers — we’ve had no message trafficking for the first time ever … it was baffling to me that we didn’t even get a single message.”
Rudy Giuliani: With Trump and Huckabee out, the former New York mayor is apparently seriously thinking about running for president again, after his disastrous New Hampshire showing in ’08.
Paul Ingbretson: The Republican rep from Haverhill says he’s considering removing himself as chair of the House Grievances Committee hearing a complaint about a child custody case because he supervised visits between the father and daughter and failed to mention at the outset that he was personally connected to a Londonderry man’s bid to impeach six judges, marital masters and a guardian ad litem.
Kelly Ayotte: The junior senator is appointed to a seat on the influential Senate Budget Committee, a panel once chaired by the man she replaced, Judd Gregg, a few days before being named to the Helsinki Commission, which works to strengthen the relationship between the United States and Europe.
Local Government Center: The Securities Bureau announces the nonprofit should return as much as $100 million in insurance premiums to municipalities.
Gary Hirshberg: The CEO of Stonyfield Farm is one of two people — along with former party Chair Kathy Sullivan — to receive the state Democratic Party’s Dunfey-Kanteres Award at the Dems’ upcoming 100 Club event.
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