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Topic - Peter Bragdon
New Hampshire's Legislative Ethics Committee is offering former Senate President Peter Bragdon a letter of caution as a way to resolve complaints about possible conflicts of interest in his taking a $180,000 job with a quasi-government organization.
The New Hampshire Senate rejected legislation Thursday that would excuse nonunion employees from paying fees to negotiate and administer contracts.
New Hampshire's Legislative Ethics Committee voted unanimously Monday to clear former Senate President Peter Bragdon of using his position to win a $180,000 job with a quasi-governmental organization, but wants his agreement to informally resolve two issues.
It's never too early raise the curtain on a 2016 presidential play. Sen. Rand Paul knows his lines and will command the political stage in Iowa on Friday — and in New Hampshire on Monday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has telephoned influential Republicans in early-voting New Hampshire and Iowa in recent days as he weighs whether to enter the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
Bragdon has already said he would recuse himself.
Bragdon said Monday he had not had time to discuss the letter with his attorney.