Daily Archives: December 13, 2017

Full Video of First-Ever Free State Blockchain Conference

This year’s first-ever Free State Blockchain Digital Assets Conferencein Portsmouth, NH was a smashing success. If you missed it, check out Derrick J’s recap of the event here. |More at Free Keene

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NH Ranked 47th Because it Didn’t Spend Tobacco Settlement Cash The Way They Want?

GraniteGrok has a long history of battling the anti-smoking data monkeys. Their numbers often make no sense or contradict the real-world evidence or just common sense. Their focus appears to be almost entirely on investing in their prevention programs based … Continue reading

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Full-day kindergarten will be on Milford ballot

MILFORD – The school board voted unanimously Monday night to put full-day kindergarten on a warrant article for the March elections. The board’s vote came after a slide presentation by teachers and administrators that showed teachers under intense pressure to … Continue reading

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NH law may void Brox shooting rule

MILFORD – The town’s new rule banning target shooting on the Brox property would likely face a challenge if a proposed state law passes next year. In August Milford selectmen, after months of hearings and debate, passed the rule, prompted … Continue reading

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ACLU-NH Challenges Constitutionality of Woodstock Border Patrol Checkpoints

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire has filed a motion challenging the constitutionality of the border patrol checkpoints that occurred last August and September on Interstate 93 in Woodstock, New Hampshire.  Woodstock is a small town (population 1,374) … Continue reading

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