Daily Archives: September 14, 2017

New figures show 5.9 percent of population has no health insurance

New Hampshire’s progress on insuring people previously without health insurance has apparently stalled the last two years, according to the latest Census report and data on the Affordable Care Act. The Census data shows that the state was down to … Continue reading

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Police Seize Cash, Drugs, and Guns in Epsom

On Tuesday, members of the New Hampshire State Police Narcotics and Investigations Unit, New Hampshire State Police S.W.A.T. Unit and Epsom Police executed search and arrest warrants at 62 Goboro Road. During the search, authorities found half a kilogram of suspected fentanyl, more … Continue reading

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State police respond to incident at NHTI

State police are investigating an incident that took place in a parking lot at NHTI early Thursday afternoon.“There was an incident that happened around 12:30. The New Hampshire state police responded.  *| More… | Concor Monitor

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Edelblut meeting with ‘Right-of-Center’ group described as non-political

Frank Edelblut, the state’s education commissioner, said during his January confirmation hearing before the Executive Council that he would not refrain from speaking to political groups. He’s spoken to several conservative or Republican groups since taking office, and on Wednesday, … Continue reading

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How NH Discriminates Against Legal Voters

A college student using a dormitory as a “voting domicile” and who also pays out-of-state tuition to one of NH’s state colleges can use the bulk mail address of the college to vote from his new “voting domicile.” The same … Continue reading

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Should Manchester be a Sanctuary City?

Rich talked to the listeners about a Union Leader article, in which candidates from Wards 1-3 conveyed their thoughts about whether or not the Queen City should become a Sanctuary City.  | More… |Girard at Large

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Abortion Advocacy Group Targets N.H. State Reps

New Hampshire’s new fetal homicide law has drawn the attention, ire, and cash of an experienced, well-funded political action group dedicated to packing legislative bodies with abortion advocates. | More… | Leaven for the Loaf

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Modern American Red Shirts Silence Speaker Appearance with Threat of Violence

Eventually, the people will do your work for you. That should be Antifa’s slogan. Because that is, after all, the point of Antifaschistische Aktion. It is also the purpose of Islamofascist terrorism. To make people behave as your ideology requires out of fear … Continue reading

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New Hampshire changes statewide assessment for students

New Hampshire students will take new statewide assessments this spring. The department of education announced Wednesday that it would contract with American Institutes for Research, a D.C.-based company, to test students in grades 3-8 and 11 in math, English language … Continue reading

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Farmers Banned From Farmers Market Over Religious Beliefs Get Their Day in Court

The case of a Michigan city that banned family farmers from selling their goods at a local farmers market due to their religious beliefs about marriage headed to court Wednesday, where lawyers from both sides argued before a federal district … Continue reading

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