Daily Archives: October 25, 2017

More anti-NHexit quotes from House Speaker

More anti-NHexit quotes from House Speaker. There are more quotes from Shaun Jasper, denouncing NHexit. Jasper is the affable but authoritarian-leaning Speaker of the House in New Hampshire. | RidleyReport

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Swastika flour-bag case defendant wants lawsuit put on hold

HAVERHILL — The Bethlehem woman being sued for allegedly driving a Littleton antique store out of business because it displayed a flour sack with a swastika on it wants the lawsuit put on hold while the New Hampshire Supreme Court … Continue reading

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NH sends 17 tractor-trailers of donated items to Puerto Rico after statewide drive

CONCORD, NH – Yari Rodriguez was thrilled to hear that Gov. Chris Sununu was officially launching the items she helped collect with an assist from the community to Puerto Rico, after the island was devastated in September due to back-to-back hurricanes. | Keep … Continue reading

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New Hampshire man charged with shocking dog with stun gun

ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man accused of shocking his dog with a stun gun has been arrested on animal cruelty charges. Foster’s Daily Democrat reports that 22-year-old Gage White, of Rochester, turned himself in on Monday. Police say they … Continue reading

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NH Bill providing state money for private schools advances

CONCORD — A Senate-passed bill that would give parents state funding to send their children to private schools got a positive recommendation from a House subcommittee, in preparation for a full vote by the House Education Committee on Nov. 8. … Continue reading

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New Video from Daleiden and Center for Medical Progress

In this new video, [David Daleiden]  interviews whistleblower Holly O’Donnell, former procurement technician for StemExpress, a company which worked in conjunction with Planned Parenthood affiliates to obtain fetal body parts. The video includes undercover footage of lab workers sorting “POC” … Continue reading

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In-State Tuition at N.H.’s Public Universities Remains Highest in Nation

New national data on the price of college shows once again New Hampshire’s public universities have the highest sticker prices for in-state students anywhere in the country. For years, New Hampshire’s public colleges and universities have had among the highest listed … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Takes Steps to Protect Free Speech on Campus

In the growing shadow of new legislation designed to protect free speech on campus, the board of regents for the University of Wisconsin (UW) state college system voted 16-1 to adopt a new policy in advance of a bill expected to pass the … Continue reading

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NH House panel to weigh energy-efficiency charge opt-out bill

Should New Hampshire businesses be able to opt out of paying for a utility’s energy-efficiency programs, even if they have benefited in the past and might benefit from them in the future? That’s what state Rep. Michael Vose, R-Epping, is … Continue reading

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