Daily Archives: July 30, 2017

NH: Judge blows off victimless crime question

A bail reform subcommittee meets at the NH state house complex. Judge Tina Nadeau, who you saw at the start, leads the meeting does not immediately seem to be overly authoritarian. Earlier a judge who is on this subcommittee refused … Continue reading

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Teacher jobs shrinking in New Hampshire

Teaching jobs in New Hampshire are projected to shrink by the end of next year. The Concord Monitor reports that the education industry is expected to contract by 508 jobs between 2016 and 2018 even as the state sees an … Continue reading

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A policy change announced this week by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions isn’t likely to greatly increase seizure of cash, cars or other property of people suspected of crimes but not charged, a New Hampshire federal prosecutor said. Such seizures, … Continue reading

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The ailing state of government lawyering in NH

Since unceremoniously and precipitously firing our last highly qualified U.S. Attorney, the president has failed to appoint a replacement in the District of New Hampshire, leaving our state’s federal law enforcement outposts without an appointed captain to steer their efforts. … Continue reading

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AG Alleges NH Man Stole $328K From Elderly Mother

The New Hampshire attorney general is alleging that a 53-year-old man stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from his mother. Republican Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald says that Jerry Newton of Hillsborough has been indicted on four counts of financial … Continue reading

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Berlin NH: Hydroponic greenhouses get $25M to grow New England produce

A business that wants to build two hydroponic greenhouses in New Hampshire’s North Country to get tomatoes and salad greens more quickly to New England supermarkets has received $25 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. North Country Growers plans … Continue reading

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Democrats Admit Obama’s Presidency was a Failure

On Friday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) posted the Democrats’ weekly address featuring Representative Betty McCollum of Minnesota. In the address, McCollum hits on a number of topics, including the Democrats’ latest catch phrase “A Better Deal.” McCollum states that … Continue reading

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Man at Belmont gun range dies from self-inflicted shot to head in ‘tragic accident’

BELMONT — A man at a local indoor firing range died Saturday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. “It was just a tragic accident,” said Belmont Police Cpl. Evan Boulanger. The fire department and police were called to Belmont … Continue reading

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Because it Matters: Capital vs. capitol

Because it matters, As a noun, capital refers to (1) a city that serves as a center of government, (2) wealth in the form of money or property, and (3) a capital letter. As an adjective, it means (1) principal, (2) involving financial assets, and (3) deserving … Continue reading

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‘Collusion’ Collapses: Dem Congressional Espionage Ring Takes Center Ring

In truth, the Russians “colluded” through GPS Fusion to harm, not help, Trump and the evidence of that is coming out. It’s time to repeal the Special Counsel law which has now been used twice to hamstring two Republican Presidents, … Continue reading

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