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Episode #128 (FINAL): July 26, 2009
Host: to be announced



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Stirling Newberry
Economist, Writer
Show appearance: Feb. 08, 2009

No description given.

Rick Newman
Former NH State Representative
Lobbyist

Show appearances: Feb. 18, 2007, Mar. 25, 2007, May 20, 2007, Aug. 26, 2007, Sep. 23, 2007 , Dec. 30, 2007, Mar. 16, 2008, May 4, 2008, Aug. 31, 2008, Oct. 05, 2008, Nov. 02, 2008, Jan. 04, 2009, Feb. 08, 2009

Rick Newman was born in Newfoundland but grew up in New Hampshire having moved there with his parents and 10 siblings in 1964. First elected to the NH House in 1978 representing Portsmouth, he was subsequently elected in 1982 and 1984. In 1983 he was elected to the Portsmouth City Council. He was also a delegate to last Constitutional Convention held in New Hampshire, elected to that position from Portsmouth in 1984.

After moving to Nottingham 1n 1986, he was elected to the NH House in 1992 representing Nottingham, Northwood and Epping. Newman became a lobbyist in 1995, in 2005 he founded NH Government Solutions Group, LLC a lobbying firm which he operates in Concord. His clients include local, national and multi-national businesses. His only child, Tricia, the first person in the history his family to graduate from college, is first grade teacher. He continues to live in Nottingham with his wife of 28 years Diane.

John Nichols
Author
Show appearance: Dec. 2, 2007

No description given.

Terie Norelli
NH Speaker
Show appearance: Aug. 24, 2008

No description given.

Steve Norton
Exec. Director NH Center for Public Policy Studies
Show appearance: Jan. 27, 2008, Sept. 07, 2008, Jul. 11, 2009

Steve Norton is the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, a private non-profit think-tank providing an unbiased source of fact-based information helping define major policy issues and offering innovative approaches to support resolution of those issues.  The Center focuses on a variety of topics including state revenues and expenditures, corrections policy, health care finance, education quality and finance, data access and quality, local government finance, and data access and quality. 

Prior to his current work, Steve focused much of his career on studying and managing the provision of social services.  Between 1998 and 2005, Steve worked for the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services in a variety of capacities, including as director of the State’s Medicaid program from 2003-2005.  From 1990 to 1998, Steve worked as a Research Associate at the Urban Institute in Washington DC where he conducted health services research and published extensively on a variety of topics. 

Steve lives in Concord, NH with his wife and their two children.  He is an amateur triathlete and has coached high school Nordic skiing. He currently serves on the Concord Zoning Board, and on the Boards of the Maine Health Information Center, the NH Center for Non-Profits, and on the advisory council for the New England Public Policy Center. 

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