On this week's regional roundtable, we discuss how New Hampshire is pushing for more social studies and civics education in schools, a dangerous tick disease in Cape Cod, the latest in the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's land-ownership dispute and what the hold-up is regarding Rhode Island's state budget.
- Arnie Arnesen, the host of WNHN's "The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen." Follow Arnie on Twitter.
- Philip Eil, freelance journalist based in Providence, R.I. Follow Philip on Twitter.
- Paul Pronovost, editor of the Cape Cod Times. Follow Paul on Twitter.
Stories we discussed in this week's roundtable:
- Cape Cod teacher talks about partner’s Powassan death
- Mattiello, Ruggerio still not speaking after blowup, with state budget in limbo
- Democracy Project hopes to fill the gap in students' historical knowledge
- Some Trump supporters thought NPR tweeted ‘propaganda.’ It was the Declaration of Independence.
- Mashpee tribe suspends request for land review
- Interior letter renews hope for Mashpee tribe’s plans
- N.H. councilor decries Sununu, Gardner for handing over voter rolls
- Forty-four states and DC have refused to give certain voter information to Trump commission