Archive for Issues

Monday, August 22nd, 2016 @ 11:11AM

Why we have the Executive Council

By Jim Adams The Executive Council exists to prevent costly mistakes like the present train wreck – the State Liquor Commission (SLC) Warehouse mess. I have to disagree with the opinion piece published on Aug. 11 by a liquor broker extolling the virtues of the State Liquor Commission’s controversial warehouse…

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Thursday, August 4th, 2016 @ 12:04PM

Liquor Commission Law Suit Could Cost Millions

by Jim Adams Many people in NH ask what exactly does the Executive Council (EC) do in State Government? This expensive nightmare unfolding regarding the lawsuits brought forward by the unsuccessful bidders regarding the 20 year, $200,000 million liquor warehouse is a prime example of what happens when agencies are…

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Thursday, July 28th, 2016 @ 12:08AM

Jim Adams: Let’s give NH veterans a real choice

This opinion piece appeared in the Union Leader on April 24, 2016 We have read with disgust the stories of wait lists being fudged for bonuses with veterans dying waiting for care. The Veterans Administration office of the inspector general has even found deceptive records in Manchester and White River…

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Monday, June 13th, 2016 @ 12:20PM

Opioid Crisis

The top priority of State Government today must be to gain control and get the upper hand regarding the present opioid crisis. I regret making a political issue out of this crisis, but the facts speak for themselves. The Drug Czar had not met with Law Enforcement until the Mayor…

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Sunday, June 12th, 2016 @ 1:13PM

Medicaid Expansion: Let’s Look at the Facts

by Jim Adams Governor Hassan and the Democratic-controlled House are calling the Republican-controlled Senate uncaring when it comes to the Medicaid coverage for an additional 50,000 people. The Governor and Democrats in the House state they believe that Washington will pay the bill and it will not cost New Hampshire…

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Friday, June 10th, 2016 @ 1:06PM

Constituent Service

Constituent Service I will work to be an accessible Councilor who will fight for you and your family in Concord. I will always work to help bring a sensible resolution to any questions, comments, concerns or issues that you may face. I believe that good Executive Councilors should be advocates…

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Thursday, June 9th, 2016 @ 1:06PM

Fight for Your Family

Fight For Your Family I will fight to make sure that your hard-earned taxpayer money is being responsibly used. Just as families across our state prepare and manage their fiscal responsibilities, so too should our state government. I will work to make sure you and your family’s interests are always…

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Wednesday, June 8th, 2016 @ 1:05PM

Fully Vet Contracts and Nominations

Fully Vet Contracts and Nominations I will work to fully vet all nominations and contracts that come before the Council. It is the Council’s job to make sure that the people who are nominated and appointed fully understand that they work for you, the taxpayer, and not some special interest…

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Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 @ 1:04PM

Transparency and Accountability

Transparency & Accountability I will work to improve the transparency and openness of the Executive Council so that our citizens can easily understand the issues that come before the Council and how it will affect them. The fact that so many of our citizens are unaware of the duties and…

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Monday, June 6th, 2016 @ 2:01PM

Control State Spending

Control State Spending In order for New Hampshire to prosper, we need a common sense approach to policy along with a strong dose of fiscal discipline. The Executive Council approves the spending of much of the approximately 5.2 billion dollars appropriated annually by the Legislature, so it is vital that…

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Monday, June 6th, 2016 @ 12:03PM

Jobs and the Economy

Jobs and the Economy We need to continue to identify the vital infrastructure needed for safer roads and bridges in order to help attract more business to our state and to promote commerce. A strong and reliable infrastructure system will help us continue to be competitive in bringing new, high-paying,…

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