Bartlett Center launches Investigative Project with Grant Bosse

Bosse joins Free Market think tank as investigative reporter

(CONCORD) The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy has hired veteran reporter and policy staffer Grant Bosse to head a new investigative project for the free market think tank.

"The Bartlett Center has been a leader in the fight for a more transparent government and putting as much information as possible at the fingertips of policymakers. We’re very excited to have the opportunity to have Grant Bosse join our team. I think this will be the perfect fusion of Grant's award-winning experience as a radio journalist and the commitment to free market principles he has shown in both his policy work and his recent run for Congress. This will significantly enhance the Bartlett center's commitment to open government. I expect that politicians of all stripes will find the work

we do and the information we uncover very helpful in their decision making, especially during the tough budget battles ahead," said Bartlett Center president Charles Arlinghaus.

As a journalist for WTSLand WGIR, Grant won dozens of awards for his work including the Edward R. Murrow awardand awards for his coverage of the Claremont Education Lawsuits. He has also served as a policy aide in both the State House and in Congress for Sen. John Sununu. Earlier this year he ran for Congress as an articulate proponent of free market principles.

"I've always been dedicated to open government and free market principles, and I'm thrilled that the Bartlett Center has given me the chance to put those ideas into practice," added Bosse.

The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy is a free market think tank based in Concord, New Hampshire. For more information go to