Daily Archives: August 30, 2017

Subcommittee Named to Review NH Abortion Statistics Bill

Five representatives from the New Hampshire House Health and Human Services committee have been named to a subcommittee studying HB 471, the abortion statistics bill that was retained in committee earlier this year. New Hampshire is one of only three … Continue reading

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ANTIFA vs. Anti-ANTIFA debate in New Hampshire as contrast to Boston free speech fail?

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Sununu Satisfied With Latest RGGI Proposal

Gov. Chris Sununu praised a new draft of goals for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a cap and trade program among New England states, as a step in the right direction. Among other things, the proposal calls for a 30 percent … Continue reading

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Craig’s Mayoral Campaign: An LA Endorsement and Sanctuary Cities

Rich talked about Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s endorsement of Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig.  He speculated about the Mayor’s Presidential aspirations and talked about Sanctuary Cities.  “Does Joyce Craig believe that Manchester, New Hampshire should become a Sanctuary City,” | More… | Girard at Large

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Executive Councilor Joe Kenney: Sununu Needs To Do More Outreach On Northern Pass

It’s my judgment that he needs to go into the North Country on a listening tour to speak to people directly about this project. Whether they are for or against, they expect representation on the issue. And I have not … Continue reading

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Revaluation riles Portsmouth taxpayers

The retired 89-year-old loves Portsmouth, and the only time he left is when he served four years in the U.S. Army. But the former city councilor worries that he may soon be forced out of his home if property tax … Continue reading

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State Rep from Keene, NH Promises Full Body Wax if $50,000 Raised for Hurricane Victims

Earlier this year, New Hampshire state representative Joseph Stallcop of Keene became the second sitting state rep to flip to the Libertarian party, and the first democrat to do so nationwide in two decades. Now, representative Stallcop has announced a fundraiser for the … Continue reading

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NH woman sentenced for human trafficking in Massachusetts

SALEM, Massachusetts —A woman from Salem, New Hampshire, has been sentenced to seven to nine years in prison in Massachusetts for human trafficking and prostitution. Lori Barron was sentenced at Salem Superior Court for crimes committed in 2013 in Massachusetts. … Continue reading

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Professor Calls For Selective Censorship to Reign in ‘Cheap Speech’

In an August, 18th Los Angeles Times Op-Ed, Richard L. Hasen, the Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at UC Irvine, offered his insight into the problem of “cheap speech.” Framing the context in an opening paragraph that fingers … Continue reading

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Keene State professor on How to Talk to Students About Charlottesville

“…as the school year gets underway, teachers in cities and towns across New Hampshire are preparing to talk with students about what happened in Charlottesville. Tom White, coordinator of educational outreach for the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies … Continue reading

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