Daily Archives: October 19, 2017

NH Committee Approves Taxpayer Funded Sexual Reassignment Surgery.

The Joint Legislative Committee on Legislative Rules voted today to accept a New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Medicaid rule change, providing coverage for gender-altering procedures. | Keep Reading Who Needs Permission?

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NH Election Law Committee Can’t Agree on Political Advocacy Definition

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire House will be deciding whether to broaden the state’s definition of political advocacy organization without the guidance of its election law committee. The Senate passed a bill in February that would require organizations to register … Continue reading

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Blasting Media Coverage As ‘Skewed,’ IBEW To Report Daily On Northern Pass Hearings

Criticizing media coverage of the Northern Pass Transmission project, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers says it is starting a daily blog to report a “balanced” look at the ongoing Site Evaluation Committee hearings, but wouldn’t say Wednesday night who … Continue reading

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Garret Ean at state house 2/3

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I’M PAIN CAPABLE, HOW ’BOUT YOU?

I was conceived by rape and I am pain capable. The Pain Capable Unborn Child protection Act, sponsored by Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell would prohibit the brutal practice of late term abortion most of the time. Really? Not really. … Continue reading

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What is the The Home Education Advisory Council’s Purpose

The Home Education Advisory Council (HEAC) is supposed to be a bridge between the homeschool community and representatives from the public school system and the NH Department of Education. Are they fulfilling their purpose?| Read more at School Choice for … Continue reading

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Property Rights In Henniker

Right now for the record, OHB is not a fan of Zoning! Why, because most people fail to review and amend Zoning Ordinances on a regular basis. In other words what was once good in the past can become very … Continue reading

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