Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

85% drop in food stamp recipients in counties where work requirement restarted

From our file named “Duh.”  The Alabama Department of Human Resources says 13 counties that reinitiated a work requirement for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the food stamp program, saw an 85% drop in recipients. The counties had … Continue reading

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Fractured Democratic Party Struggles to Find Footing

The Democratic National Committee took a brutal shot to its ribs when its 2016 nominee, Hillary Clinton, said it was bereft of ideas and data, and was near bankruptcy when she was nominated in July. Clinton’s surprising criticisms at the … Continue reading

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Sununu says New Hampshire won’t join climate alliance

Republican Gov. Chris Sununu says New Hampshire won’t join a growing group of states that are pledging to uphold the Paris climate agreement following President Donald Trump’s decision to back out.“Not at this time, especially when we do not yet know … Continue reading

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Gabby Giffords Anti-Gun Cult Would Have Made Her Wait for the Police and her babies Would Be Dead

New Hampshire Democrats, Moms Demand Action, Everytown for Gun Safety, the Gabby Giffords cult, Zandra Rice Hawkins from Granite State Progress, Rep. Katherine Rogers, and all the other Left Side of The Aisle gun grabbers in the State legislature would … Continue reading

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New Hampshire is One of the Best States for Jobs. How Did Your State Stack Up?

In order …to determine the most attractive states for employment, we compared the 50 states across 24 key indicators of job-market strength, opportunity, and economic vitality. Our data set ranges from employment growth to median annual income to average commute … Continue reading

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Millyard biotech project ramps up, aims to regenerate human tissue

The biotech research and manufacturing center at 400 Commercial St. will bring together various research efforts and create an industry to regenerate human tissue and organs. “Our plan is to invest in projects that deliver technological solutions that enable therapies … Continue reading

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In Seattle, is it now taboo to be friends with a Republican?

Kshama Sawant wasn’t having any of that. She stood up and said Burgess wasn’t speaking for her with this “our Republican friends” stuff. Because, she assured the crowd, she doesn’t have any Republican friends. Yay, cheered the crowd. Now it’s … Continue reading

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