Daily Archives: March 9, 2018

NH 2A Rally Tomorrow

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Analysis: New Hampshire college sports grossed $94 million in 2016

With total athletics revenue of $31.6 million, University of New Hampshire was the highest-grossing college sports programs in New Hampshire in 2016, followed by Dartmouth College ($29.1 million) and Southern New Hampshire University ($9.2 million), according to a Watchdog.org analysis of U.S. … Continue reading

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U.S. News ranks New Hampshire fifth best state to live in

First, a series of surveys asked more than 30,000 people to prioritize a series of qualities about their state in categories such as health care, education, economy and quality of life. Then McKinsey, the survey firm, teamed up with U.S. … Continue reading

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How Windham’s Transgender Policy Violates Your Rights

Skip Murphy explains how the Windham School Board’s new transgender bathroom policy includes language that could infringe on first amendment rights by compelling speech with threats of disciplinary action and how he is trying to pry more details from the … Continue reading

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Selectmen Fail to Hold Public Hearing; Library Warrant Article Null and Void

“We have problems,” Chairman Gordon Hunt told his fellow library trustees this morning. “The selectmen didn’t hold a public hearing.” The library-addition warrant article is invalid and will not be legally binding if voted on at Town Meeting because the … Continue reading

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Windham School Board – That Transgender Bathroom policy really isn’t official? Part 4

The machinations of the Windham School Board concerning their Transgender Policy JBAB, for whatever reason, still bugs the heck out me. I really think that a lot of it is summed up in this part of the policy which does … Continue reading

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NH Senate panel backs ARMI tax break

The NH Senate Ways and Means Committee backed legislation Wednesday that would exempt companies participating in the budding regenerative manufacturing industry from state business taxes and would forgive the student loans of those who work in the industry in New … Continue reading

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