Governors in the U.S. don’t usually brawl, but this year seems to be the exception.
New Hampshire Governor John Lynch defeated two challengers in the Democratic primary in his pursuit of a fourth two-year term, according to the Associated Press.
New Hampshire’s Republican-led legislature cleared a bill to withdraw the state from the U.S. Northeast’s carbon-trading market, a proposal that may be vetoed by Governor John Lynch .
New Hampshire Governor John Lynch said he’ll oppose Republican efforts to pull the state out of the U.S. Northeast’s cap-and-trade carbon program for power plants.
The Republican-led New Hampshire House of Representatives voted for a second time to withdraw the state from the U.S. Northeast’s cap-and-trade program for power plants.
The Federal Reserve’s first attempt to bolster the flagging U.S. recovery shows no sign of dispelling investor concerns the world’s largest economy may slide back into a recession.
New Hampshire’s House of Representatives voted today to pull the state out of a regional program to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the Northeast.
"It used to be that no one believed this was a truly independent arbitrator; the league was judge and jury."
- John Lynch on Oct 13, 2013