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Too many pills: How millions of opioid doses ended up in American hands
At the urging of his editor, Washington Post reporter Lenny Bernstein set out to learn why millions of pills were being sent to cities and towns across the U.S. - and why distributors seemed to shrug off evidence of rampant abuse.
Date: Oct 21, 2017

UNH safe spacing: Laws that target supposed hate speach can be unfairly applied
Based on his experience as a public defender, Mirhashem believes that modifying the First Amendment to make it easier to prosecute people who engage in hateful or offensive speech would not affect, "the wealthy and the powerful, and it's often that...
Date: Oct 21, 2017

Diversity a priority in ENGL 401 curriculum at UNH
"In the past, English 401 instructors have worked on best practices in the teaching of writing, inclusive pedagogy, responding to multilingual writers and integrating college and career-readiness concerns. This year, in addition to these ongoing...
Date: Oct 21, 2017

The Heroin Diaries: Wife of overdose victim discovers videos chronicling his struggle
Almost two years ago, a woman called the NHPR newsroom to share the kind of story we, unfortunately, were all too familiar with. It was the story of her husband, Daniel Couzins, who had recently died of a fentanyl overdose at the age of 31.
Date: Oct 21, 2017

Televised nursing home discussion gets hot, ends with smiles
CONWAY - The discussion turned into an argument lasting close to an hour; however, it ended graciously, with smiles and a handshake.
Date: Oct 21, 2017

Harvey Weinstein gave $2,000 to Gov. Lynch's 2006 campaign

Harvey Weinstein gave $2,000 to Gov. Lynch's 2006 campaign
“In total, he has given to state campaigns “376,153 and that is to seven states: so he's given to state campaigns in California, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New York, and Virginia.
Date: Oct 21, 2017

Poet Grace Mattern on the importance of recognizing white privilege in lily white NH
Grace Mattern is a poet and writer who lives in Northwood. She blogs at gracemattern.com.
Date: Oct 19, 2017

Next in line as Trump's drug czar? Guinta makes another list of contenders
Frank Guinta: The White House considered the former Republican congressman from New Hampshire for the position earlier this year. With Rep. Annie Kuster (D-N.H.), Guinta co-founded the Bipartisan Heroin Task Force in 2015. That group, which began...
Date: Oct 19, 2017

'A disgrace to the criminal justice system' - Meredith law firm takes on Brazilian illegal's deportation case

'A disgrace to the criminal justice system' - Meredith law firm takes on Brazilian illegal's deportation case
'It was 2002,' said Filippi. 'There was no work. Crime was everywhere. I could not provide for my wife and child. I came to America to find a better life.'
Date: Oct 19, 2017

Contrary to fake news accounts, NH chief medical examiner is retiring because it's time, not because of ODs

Contrary to fake news accounts, NH chief medical examiner is retiring because it's time, not because of ODs
It took 10 minutes to reach Andrew by phone. His retirement has nothing to do with the opioid epidemic, as he would have said if anybody had bothered to ask him.
Date: Oct 18, 2017

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