Daily Archives: January 4, 2018

NH Democrats: School Choice is Only for Children who can Afford it

There’s been a lot of lies and misinformation spread by Democrats and of course, New Hampshire Unions, but the main purpose of the bill is to allow children to have the best education possible. Not every parent can afford to pay high … Continue reading

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CONCORD- House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) and House Education Committee Chairman Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) released the following statements in response to the passage of SB193, relative to establishing education freedom savings accounts for students,  by a vote of 184-162. |Read … Continue reading

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Patient Privacy and Transgender Medical Professionals

A woman who requested a female [National Health Service] nurse to perform her cervical smear test was “embarrassed and distressed” after a person with stubble and a deep voice summoned her for the intimate procedure. | Keep Reading at the … Continue reading

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NH Senate votes to eliminate paper paycheck requirement

Senate Bill 84 started out as simply enabling workers’ compensation payments to be made by direct deposit, but the Senate Commerce Committee tacked on an amendment deleting the requirement that employers paying employees electronically must offer a paycheck alternative if … Continue reading

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Town Meeting Time is HERE!

NH has a long-time tradition of late-winter, early-springtime ‘town meetings’ at which spending is decided and local laws are adopted or repealed via warrant articles that are placed on the ballot. On Page 15 of this document, the State of … Continue reading

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New England Wanted To Use All Renewable Energy… Then It Got Cold

Suddenly the power grid is experiencing strains which aren’t generally seen in more clement weather conditions. So how are they responding? Local Hartford, Vermont blogger Meredith Angwin has been keeping an eye on the grid and she’s seeing an alarming trend (or … Continue reading

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Exam questions blast Trump as bigot, tout Hillary as unifier

The final exam for one California State University-Northridge class left students with little doubt as to their professor’s opinion of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The online final for African Studies 161, “American Political Institutions: A Black Perspective,” taught by Professor Karin … Continue reading

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