New Hampshire’s teachers unions blast a proposal to end remote learning, while Sen. Maggie Hassan prepares to cast her vote to kill the filibuster. And a New Hampshire House committee considers legislation to block any state tax dollars from going to commuter rail projects like the (likely) $500 million Capitol Corridor Project.

NHJournal’s Michael Graham discusses it all with Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center (and chairman of the State Board of Education.)