Predictions for a Rough Allergy Season Following a Cold Winter
Biologists say this year’s cold Winter and late Spring could mean a wallop of an allergy season, a so-called “pollen vortex” adding to a longer trend toward higher pollen counts, due to climate change.
- Richard Primack - biologist at Boston University, with a focus on the effect of climate change on plants and animals, and editor-in-chief of the academic journal "Biological Conservation"
- Dr. Christine Yee – pediatric allergist and immunologist at Boston Children’s Hospital
N.H. Hospital Tax Ruled Unconstitutional
State leaders cast about for solutions, after a court decision on a hospital tax potentially blows a huge hole in the budget.
- Kevin Landrigan – longtime political reporter for the Telegraph of Nashua
- Steve Norton – executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies