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RYE Today, Scott Brown kicked-off the "Making Higher Education Work" tour at Lago's Ice Cream to meet with students and college graduates and discuss his higher education policy. Brown's plan aims to create better job opportunities for young people and reduce the cost of a college education through a combination of proposals.  
"As a parent, I want to make sure that my daughters, and all young-people, have the opportunity to find good-paying jobs and jumpstart their careers," said Brown.  "My plan contains commonsense proposals to help New Hampshire families.  I appreciate the opportunity to meet with these bright students at Lago's and applaud their hardwork to save money for their futures."  

Yesterday, Brown released a white paper detailing his higher education policy plan, outlining a host of proposals set to make tuition more affordable, improve the federal financial aid system and expand opportunities for vocational education. As a Senator, Brown  sponsored legislation to promote education and job opportunities in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
"Scott Brown is listening to young people and putting forth a variety of ideas to help us enter the workforce and find good-paying jobs," said Jillian Aslin, a Hampton resident and UNH student. "He understands what we are going through and I appreciate him meeting with us to discuss a real policy plan that could actually work."
The "Making Higher Education Work" tour will continue in the coming days, as Brown meets with recent graduates, students and young people across the state to listen to their concerns and discuss more ways to improve their opportunities and boost New Hampshire's economy. 

Click here to read the white paper.







Brown Releases Higher Education Policy To Create More Opportunities, Reduce Cost Of College

MANCHESTER – Today, Scott Brown introduced a higher education policy to create more opportunities for young people entering the workforce and reduce the high cost of a college education.

"My plan will cut costs at the campus level, help women succeed in the science and technology field, provide pathways for non-college bound students and reform federal financial aid," said Brown.  "I want all our young people in good-paying jobs, not only those who attend college, but also those who go directly into the workplace after high school. No one wants to be unemployed, or stuck in a job that is beneath their skill level."

This week, he will take his policy on the trail to kick-off the "Making Higher Education Work" tour to discuss these commonsense initiatives with young people and families across New Hampshire.  Brown's plan is set to reduce costs and promote more job opportunities through a variety of proposals, such as ending excessive annual tuition hikes, increasing participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and reforming the federal financial aid system. 

Click here to read the white paper.

ALG - Jobs data, weak growth send mixed signals 


June 6, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement on the latest jobs numbers:


"Today's jobs report remains out of sync with the overall economic situation.  While the reported numbers would indicate lackluster economic growth, even this level of job growth is incongruent with the 1 percent drop in the GDP our economy experienced in the first quarter."


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Watchdog - Are pre-dawn raids standard in WI? 

Are armed pre-dawn raids now standard in WI?


John Chisholm, The Milwaukee Democrat who launched a secret John Doe investigation into conservatives, suggests that these raids are just a figment of imagination, while some disagree.


Did the pre-dawn raids really happen?

Hidden consequence of Seattle minimum wage hike

It’s easy enough to discuss what could happen under a controversial policy, but it’s a little more difficult to provide evidence after enactment to prove a claim.

A recent receipt shows that citizens who park in Seattle are paying the price. To deal with the higher wage, enacted on Jan. 1, Masterpark is charging customers an additional 99 cents per parking day, a surcharge that comes on top of all other taxes and fees.

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ALG's Daily Grind - Help Wanted: One in six men aged 25-54 not working 


June 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Help Wanted: One in six men aged 25-54 not working
Males aged 25-54 have traditionally been the backbone of a thriving U.S. economy, and their historically high failure to participate in today's economy should be a canary in the mine shaft for all those who care about our nation's future well-being.

More equal than others
Press exemption in campaign finance amendment would bastardize Constitution.

Quick Analysis:  Mississippi Senate Primary Refuses to End
Politicos across the nation have been eagerly watching the pitched battle in the Mississippi Republican Senate primary between long-time incumbent Thad Cochran and challenger state Senator Chris McDaniel, and it looks like they will get to watch it a little longer.

de Rugy: Double-dipping greens double-cross taxpayer trust
"Fewer know that the Export-Import Bank is also a hefty player in the green energy racket."