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NH Republicans plan to copy Kentucky Medicaid work requirement plan

CONCORD, N.H. —Top Republican lawmakers at the New Hampshire State House said they will be modeling their new work requirement for Medicaid on a similar plan that just won approval in Kentucky. | More at WMUR

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Study: NH is among best US states to raise a family

MANCHESTER, N.H. —Once again, New Hampshire has been ranked as one of the best states in the nation to raise a family. WalletHub compiled the 2018 rankings based on factors such as family-friendliness and housing affordability. | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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WMUR CLOSEUP- Glad to hear it, Mr. Johnson

Given that Monday is Martin Luther King Day, today’s WMUR’s CLOSE UP had a segment on race relations here on NH.  … I was absolutely flabbergasted by this self-described Conservative on something he said that sounded outright out of the … Continue reading

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New hope for Jerry Delemus’ release from prison after judge dismisses Bundy charges

Criminal charges have been dropped against a Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed uprising against federal authorities. The dropped charges are raising questions as to what will happen to a New Hampshire man who was sentenced to prison for … Continue reading

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WMUR and NHPR Blackout Democrat State Representative’s Assault of Woman Participating in Recount

WMUR and NHPR initially ignored the story.  After numerous tweets about it from the official twitter account of the New Hampshire GOP and from various conservative activists -including tweets noting the mainstream media blackout- NHPR finally ran a very brief … Continue reading

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Get ready for 2020 first-in-nation primary campaign to begin

HERE THEY COME. It’s like clockwork. Every midterm election year, the New Hampshire first-in-the-nation primary campaign gets underway – informally if not officially – and 2018 will be no exception, as candidates stop by to help New Hampshire candidates while also … Continue reading

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Got Power?

No power, no internet, no phone.  Updates will be spotty for a bit. With that in mind… MANCHESTER, N.H. —Pounding rain and damaging winds left behind a trail of destruction Monday in New Hampshire, where hundreds of thousands of homes … Continue reading

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