Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

NH, VT State Police Begin Holiday Crackdown on Motorists

The holiday weekend has gotten off to an expensive start for dozens of motorists in Vermont and New Hampshire. State police in both states stepped up enforcement along Interstates 89 and 91, leading to 168 vehicles being stopped. | More… | US News

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Manchester woman accused in Rwandan genocide denied appeal of her immigration status

As the files and records of this case conclusively show that the petitioner is entitled to no relief, the motion is denied. Petitioner has not made a substantial showing of the denial of a constitutional right. The court, therefore, declines … Continue reading

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The gun industry’s woes a boon for buyers

Financial advisers warned last week gun stocks could be too risky to hold, as major manufacturers and retailers report depressed earnings and lowered expectations — without a tangible end in sight. It’s good news for guns owners, who can expect … Continue reading

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Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge

The possibility of a major trade tariff on photovoltaic cells could eclipse much of the nation’s growing solar energy industry, especially in New Hampshire where it is already trying to overcome two state regulatory barriers. The U.S. International Trade Commission … Continue reading

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Swastika painted on Portsmouth tree investigated

PORTSMOUTH — Police are investigating the spray-painting of a swastika on an Osprey Landing tree, alarming a resident who discovered it. The incident could be prosecuted as a hate crime, said Lt. Michael Maloney. The swastika was reported to police … Continue reading

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Rally Against Hate, Vigil, Planned at Statehouse

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A “Granite State Against Hate Rally and Vigil” in response to the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, is scheduled at New Hampshire‘s Statehouse. The rally, followed by a candlelight vigil, is scheduled for 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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NHLA Matching Shire Sharing Donations!

Shire Sharing is gearing up for another year of providing Thanksgiving dinners to NH families. Have you seen their amazing work? Last year they provided dinner and cold weather clothing items for over 500 homes.  That was nearly 2,000 Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Former Top Campaign Lawyer Behind New Hampshire Voter ID Lawsuit

The former top campaign lawyer for failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is behind yet another lawsuit against a state’s voter identification laws, the latest in a series of challenges that stem back to 2015. Previous efforts launched against voter … Continue reading

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Assault Against Edelblut: Volinsky and Pappas Speak Out

Rich talked about the opposition that Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut has experienced by Andru Volinsky and Chris Pappas, reading an editorial published in yesterday’s Union Leader.  He commented on claims that taxpayers are being harmed, spoke about state-provided funding for education and more. | More… | Girard … Continue reading

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Trump rolls back racist Obama policy

For more than a half-century, federal law has banned racial and sexual discrimination. Employers are supposed to hire and promote based on ability, not skin tone or sex. President Obama, however, wanted employers to consider race and sex. President Trump … Continue reading

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