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Wed February 22, 2012
Towns, States, and the Feds: Who Governs What?
Recent debates over the new health care law and rules over refugee settlements have been challenged by states, including New Hampshire. Meanwhile several bills by the Granite state legislature, would overturn certain authorities of towns and school boards. We’ll see who can write the rules and where the lines are drawn.
- Dean Spiliotes - Civic Scholar at the School of Arts & Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University.
- Albert Scherr - Professor of Law and Chair, International Criminal Law and Justice Programs at the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
- Charlie Arlinghaus - President of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.