Daily Archives: June 29, 2017

US House passes Kate’s Law, as part of illegal immigrant crackdown

House Republicans took action Thursday to crack down on illegal immigrants and the cities that shelter them. One bill passed by the House would deny federal grants to sanctuary cities and another, Kate’s Law, would increase the penalties for deported … Continue reading

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Governor Signs Town Tuitioning

This afternoon we celebrated a major school choice win as Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 8, the town tuitioning bill, into law. SB 8 clarifies statute regarding local school boards’ authority to contract with public and private schools for those grades … Continue reading

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Study: TV News Is Obsessed With Trump-Russia Probe

How much has the media’s obsession with the ongoing Russia investigation smothered the rest of the Trump policy agenda? A Media Research Center study of every broadcast network evening newscast in the five weeks since the appointment of special counsel … Continue reading

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Donna Green: Does Summer Homework Agree with TRSD Policy?

Timberlane School Board member from Danville, Stefanie Dube, has been asking parents for their opinions about summer homework assignments, especially at the elementary level. It’s an interesting question because my children never had more than a summer recommended reading list, … Continue reading

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The Obamacare Enrollee Lie

They start with a faulty 2016 baseline that predicts that 18 million people will be covered by Obamacare in 2017, when the people who are actually in charge of tracking Obamacare enrollments, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services,report that the … Continue reading

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Gardner says Trump election integrity commission call ‘couldn’t have been better’

More than a month after President Donald Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity was announced by the White House, about 10 members of the panel – including New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner – participated in a conference call Wednesday … Continue reading

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The Progressive Boomerang

The progressive strategy of investigating President Donald Trump nonstop for Russian collusion or obstruction of justice or witness tampering so far has produced no substantial evidence of wrongdoing. The alternate strategy of derailing the new administration before it really gets … Continue reading

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Sununu to Sign School Choice Bill Aimed at Small Towns

CROYDON, N.H. (AP) — Republican Gov. Chris Sununu is heading to Croydon to sign a bill that would allow certain New Hampshire school districts to send students to private schools using taxpayer dollars. The bill affects a handful of small … Continue reading

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NH State Supreme Court Upholds Limited Warrentless Search

Accordingly, we reject the State’s invitation to adopt the federal automobile exception under the State Constitution. We leave intact the central holding of Sterndale — that we do not recognize, under Part I, Article 19, the federal automobile exception as … Continue reading

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NH Police Investigating (Another Case of) Reported Sexual Assault at Prep School

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire are investigating reports of a sexual assault at a prep school with a history of sexual misconduct allegations. Concord police say they opened an investigation at St. Paul’s School on June 1 … Continue reading

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