Daily Archives: November 1, 2017

Some late Oct. headlines from News.Bitcoin.com

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HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER CONGRATULATES REPUBLICAN CAUCUS ON BREADTH, DEPTH OF 2018 POLICY PROPOSALS

“Republicans in the House have put forward a broad array of proposals touching on several major policy areas including the opioid crisis, clean drinking water, energy, education, and regulation reform. Our policy committees are ready to get to work, and … Continue reading

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Berlin NH Businesses Told Election Day ‘I Voted’ Raffle Illegal

Two Berlin businesses are cancelling an Election Day-related raffle after learning the drawing violates state law. Scene Street, a consignment shop, and Tech Pro, a computer repair store, each planned to give anyone who entered wearing an “I Voted” sticker … Continue reading

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Family leave bill clears New Hampshire House panel

A paid family and medical leave bill was approved by the NH House Labor Committee on Tuesday – despite objections from its chair and other Republicans – in what its sponsor, Rep. Mary Giles, D-Concord, called “just the first step … Continue reading

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Eversource Updates Granite Staters on Efforts to Restore Power to ‘Connecticut’ After Storm

New Hampshire continues to assess the damage from a severe wind and rain storm which left thousands without power while causing considerable flooding and downed trees. Granite Staters without power were further frustrated on Tuesday as Eversource, the state’s largest … Continue reading

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Kathy Sullivan Admits That SB 193 Will Give Public Schools Money For Nothing

Former New Hampshire Democrat Party Chair Kathy Sullivan, writing in the New Hampshire Union Leader today, admits that passage of SB 193 will give public schools money for students they won’t have to teach. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok

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SDGA Seminar: How NH School District Budgets are Impacted by the State

“Downloading:  Myths and Facts” How NH School District Budgets are Impacted by the State a School District Budget and Finance workshop November 18, 2017 hosted by the School District Governance Association of New Hampshire. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok

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