Daily Archives: October 4, 2017

Doubling down: Shea-Porter attacks two amendments

For decades, gun control advocates have used every tragedy to push for unworkable, unpopular, unconstitutional laws that won’t do anything to deter murderers. But New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter was not content to merely attack the 2nd Amendment. She also … Continue reading

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NHHFC Reacts to Actuarial Report Showing Medicaid Expansion is Destroying Individual Marketplace

Concord – The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) today responded to the release of an actuarial report showing that Medicaid expansion is massively driving up the costs of premiums in the individual marketplace. The report, prepared by Gorman Actuarial, … Continue reading

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NH native who wrote biography of Tom Petty remembers the superstar

MANCHESTER, N.H. —Shock and condolences have poured in from superstar acts like Aerosmith, the Eagles, Eric Clapton and Def Leppard since the news of Tom Petty’s passing, but a New Hampshire native may have known the rocker better than any … Continue reading

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Plymouth Protesters Say No To Northern Pass

A couple hundred people gathered on the Plymouth Town Common Tuesday to protest Northern Pass as members of the Site Evaluation Committee climbed off a bus nearby to walk the stretch of Main Street where part of the proposed 192-mile … Continue reading

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Security at New Hampshire Music Venues Reevaluated in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

The recent attack on a country music festival in Las Vegas that left 59 people dead and over 500 injured has prompted a reevaluation of how to maintain public safety at concert venues in the Granite State. The locations of … Continue reading

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GAL: On Air News Read for October 4, 2017

As the investigation continues into the Las Vegas shooting, there seem to be more questions raised than answers.  Marilou Danley returned to the United States from the Philippines late last night.  Her sister is quoted as saying she was sent … Continue reading

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FDA doesn’t want granola to be made with love

Massachusetts bakery told to remove ‘love’ from list of ingredients “Your Nashoba Granola label lists ingredient ‘Love,’” the FDA said. “Ingredients required to be declared on the label or labeling of food must be listed by their common or usual name. … Continue reading

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