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NH landlords up in arms over House panel’s changes to lead remediation bill

New Hampshire landlords have come out strongly against a last-minute proposed change to a lead remediation bill that would substitute $6 million, mainly in grants, for the same amount in dubious and limited loan guarantees – money that would have … Continue reading

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NH Legislature On Brink of Passing Funding Bill for Landlords…

Senate Bill 247 would essentially give landlords money to get rid of lead in apartments across the state. The bill doesn’t change the lead levels, 10 micrograms per deciliter, that require landlords to test for lead in their apartments with … Continue reading

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Playtime’s over, kindergartners

“This is causing a lot of anxiety,” the teacher said. “Kindergarten should be happy and playful. It should be art and dancing and singing and learning how to take turns. Instead, it’s frustrating and disheartening.” More… | NYP H/T Doris … Continue reading

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Full Day Kindergarten Could Still Be Stopped

The Full Day Kindergarten Bill passed the Senate and the House but must now go before the  NH House Finance Committee. It could, in theory, be stopped. Public Hearing: 05/09/2017 02:30 PM LOB 210-211 H/T | Rep. Keith Murphy

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Senate Bill 247: Universal Testing of Children to Screen for Lead

Rich started the hour by informing his listeners about Senate Bill 247.  He spoke about universal testing of children to screen for lead and pointed out that the Government tends to find the more difficult solutions to problems.  He then … Continue reading

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