Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Men are Better at Aiming and Throwing because: Peeing

H/T Ace Incredible. This is NOT parody 🙉 pic.twitter.com/L5XKIteuBp — The Safest Space (@TheSafestSpace) September 15, 2017

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Bernie Sanders: “If we expanded Medicaid [to] everybody…we would bankrupt the nation.”

Jeanne Shaheen probably isn’t worried about her support of Bernie Sanders 2017 Medicaid for everyone plan, but Bernie Sanders was–30 years ago. Back in 1987, a much younger Bernie Sanders apparently had that sense too. He warned that expanding Medicaid, … Continue reading

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As an elected school district official, do you feel at a loss about the mysteries of Special Education in your District? Would you like to know what is required, how it gets determined, what funding is available, and where you … Continue reading

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Lawmakers Vote To Make California A ‘Sanctuary State’

California is poised to become a so-called “sanctuary state” after its legislature passed a bill Saturday that would establish new protections for people who entered the country illegally and send a clear signal of defiance against the Trump administration’s tough … Continue reading

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Hampton wants reimbursement from state for beach calls

HAMPTON (AP) — The town of Hampton is going to court in hopes of getting reimbursed for services it provides at the state-owned Hampton Beach. The beach is owned and operated by the state, but if someone calls 911 from … Continue reading

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Behold: Baby Ward, Born Premature at 25 Weeks

Born premature at 25 weeks, baby Ward shows us why every child deserves a chance at life. #RT his story. pic.twitter.com/4l7EE83gEv — Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) September 15, 2017 | GraniteGrok

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Boston police arrest, charge man in murder of NH woman

Boston authorities have charged a man with Sunday’s murder of two people, including Michaela Gingras, 24, a Manchester, N.H., native who grew up in Goffstown and who was found shot in a Dorchester apartment building. Lance Holloman, 30, was arrested … Continue reading

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Darlene Pawlik: I Talk Too Much

Not all the time, but sometimes, I definitely talk too much.It could be in meetings or when I do lessons, I forget the importance of conversation. It’s not that I don’t care what others have to say, I just get … Continue reading

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NH State Police planning Sobriety Checkpoint in Gilford

Belknap County Superior Court officials granted the order for the sobriety checkpoint because they believe it is an effective method of detecting and apprehending the impaired operators. The New Hampshire State Police have taken an aggressive stance on preventing intoxicated … Continue reading

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According to a new report, New Hampshire has the 11th lowest obesity rate in the United States. The report was prepared by the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. West Virginia has the highest obesity rate, while Colorado … Continue reading

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