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Pew Charitable Trust analysis of New Hampshire paid sick days
New Hampshire Administrative Rules already bar food workers with contagious illnesses from the workplace, and paid sick days would probably facilitate compliance with policies designed to prevent such outbreaks.
Date: Dec 14, 2017

Anti-wind cabal traced to NH woman, group tied to fossile fuels and Trump
The Energy and Policy Institute downloaded a PDF of the letter from WindAction.org, an anti-wind website run by the New Hampshire-based Lisa Linowes.
Date: Dec 14, 2017

Kyle Sammin: Without concealed-carry reciprocity, self-defense is a second-class right
While rights like free speech are perceived as universal for all Americans, the right to keep and bear arms is idiosyncratically dismissed as a matter for local determination.
Date: Dec 12, 2017

Judd Gregg: Some pretty good tidings
If one follows the national media, it is reasonable to presume that the sky is falling; that President Trump is crazy or worse; and that the Republican Congress is a backwater of unrepentant misanthropes.
Date: Dec 12, 2017

Beatrice Coulter and Wanda Duryea: Time to investigate the NH Department of Corrections
Beatrice Coulter and Wanda Duryea are the founders of Advocates for Ethical Mental Health Treatment.
Date: Dec 12, 2017

Chris Dizon: Liberal comedian Sarah Silverman is fine with rape jokes because of partisanship
This whole saga taught us some interesting things about MSNBC as a network and liberal celebrities like Sarah Silverman. Politics is undoubtedly a dirty game and both sides play nasty. But beyond all of this, we should have uniform decency...
Date: Dec 12, 2017

New Hampshire senator leads charge to strengthen state's right-to-know law
Currently, the only way for a citizen to appeal an agency's right-to-know decision is through Superior Court, which involves a $400 filing fee and the prospect of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Date: Dec 12, 2017

NH senators are hypocrites on Jerusalem
Our New Hampshire congresswomen followed suit and released their own statements. Both Carol Shea-Porter and Annie Kuster are "deeply concerned" about the embassy move and while neither were, obviously, part of last summer's resolution on the matter,...
Date: Dec 11, 2017

Bishop: Rolling back monuments - not double jeopardy-should be Trump's memorial to Steinle
It is actually fairly easy to see evidence that casts doubt when the defense introduced circumstances that may have corroborated the gun having been left at the scene where the defendant found it; and the relatively low trigger pressure and lack of...
Date: Dec 08, 2017

Slate - Ruth Graham: You don't need to change your birth control method due to the new study on cancer risk
Ruth Graham is a regular Slate contributor. She lives in New Hampshire.
Date: Dec 08, 2017

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