Daily Archives: May 6, 2017

Leaked Document Indicates Big Proposed Cuts To Drug Czar’s Office

In an all-staff email to employees in the Office of National Drug Control Policy, acting Director Richard Baum shared some news he described as “very discouraging for our Nation’s effort to address drug abuse.” A draft document from the White … Continue reading

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Fact Check: It’s a Lie That the GOP Healthcare Bill Abandons People With Pre-Existing Conditions

As we described yesterday, there are some concerning policy elements of the House-passed American Health Care Act, which the Senate would be wise to explore and rectify over the coming weeks. The bill — and that’s all it is at this point: … Continue reading

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We Can’t Ignore The People Hurt By Obamacare

[T]two years ago, I was a seven-month-pregnant widow with one toddler who got a letter two weeks after my husband died, informing me I’d lost my third or fourth health insurance plan since the Affordable Care Act passed. If you’ll … Continue reading

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Study: Income tax rate effects pro sports teams win-loss record

“There’s been this negative correlation between income taxes and winning percentage in both the NBA and the NFL every single year for the past 20 years,” Hembre said. “It’s not saying that income taxes are the only factor. It’s saying … Continue reading

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Northwood man tried to grab officer’s gun

A 19-year-old Northwood man faces multiple charges after police say he tried to grab an officer’s gun during a traffic stop early Saturday morning. Dana Hathaway, of 1 Pheasant Lane in Northwood, was stopped for a red-light violation near the … Continue reading

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Concord Woman Indicted on More Child Sexual Assault Charges

A local woman arrested on sexual assault, gun sale, and other charges in Manchester last year has been indicted on more charges in Concord, according to the Merrimack County Superior Court documents. Kirstie Bean, 25, of Chapel Street in Concord, … Continue reading

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What NH Democrats Really Mean When They Claim “Rape Culture” is “Pervasive” at State House

According to Democrat State Representative, Debra Altschiller, “… rape culture is pervasive at the State House.”  She defines “rape culture” as “a society or environment whose prevailing social attitudes have the effect of normalizing or trivializing sexual assault and abuse.”  Altschiller claims … Continue reading

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The Baby is Not The Adversary

In my advocacy work, I meet many, yes many, women who have become pregnant by violence, rape, incest, and sex trafficking. Some submitted to abortion, some did not. Dr. David Reardon has done research and written works on the subject. … Continue reading

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Man found dead inside Salem, NH, home

SALEM, N.H. — Police said they have gained entry to a house at 4 Hill St. after shutting down the neighborhood and investigating a report of a man threatening to harm himself. Just after noon Friday, a man was found … Continue reading

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Henniker Boards Exercising Power They Don’t Have

Residents in Henniker, folks the powers that be would refer to as troublemakers, have uncovered yet another potential abuse of power in their town. The planning board, during site plan reviews, has been stipulating operating hours for local businesses. They … Continue reading

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