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New Hampshire & FSP-Related News (See FSP/Libertarian News)
« on: March 24, 2014, 10:26:52 am »

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Some NH News Sources

Actions Toward Holistic Prosperity

FSP: Free State Project
1. Free Staters move to NH and elect Free Staters to public office
2. Promote FSP locally and worldwide
3. Meet with local Free Staters formally and informally
4. Start intentional communities or housing for Free Staters
5. Start businesses and employ Free Staters
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Re: "Legal" Child Abuse in the Great Corrupt State of Massachusetts
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2014, 10:05:17 pm »

My dinner with the family of Justina Pelletier, By Dr. Keith Ablow a psychiatrist

[Image] Before DCF kidnapped Justina skates
[Image] After months of DCF abuse Justina is in a wheelchair and still not home

Warning! Don't drive through Massachusetts if you think your children might need medical help. The truth is you may not be safe anywhere.

Judge Joseph Johnston Rules Justina Pelletier to Remain in State’s Custody. Why does the state think it has more rights to your children than you do?

"Judge Johnston is assuring that the mistreatment and abuse of Justina will continue,” said the family’s spokesman Rev. Patrick Mahoney.

Keith Mason, president of Personhood USA, which is also a part of the Free Justina coalition, said with each delay it seems like Justina is “being treated worse than a piece of property.”

"A child’s health and welfare are hanging in the balance. We cannot continue to withhold treatment from this young girl,” said Mat Staver, attorney and founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel.

What will you do if this happens to your family?

    The above is as of March 25, 2014
    If parents treated Justina like Massachusetts DCF [treats her] they would be put in jail. Instead of deciding custody last Monday Judge Joseph Johnston put his decision off until Friday, then put it off again until the following Monday, and now he will fax it to her lawyers before the end of Tuesday delaying his custody ruling of Justina until then. Note: no new evidence has come over the last 9 days. This Judge Joseph Johnston is just taking his own sweet time to make the ruling. “It is an outrage that Judge Johnston continues this nightmare for the Pelletier family and Justina. By delaying his decision, he disregards the emotional toll upon Justina and her family,” the family’s spokesman Rev. Patrick Mahoney.
"In all my years in practice, I have never seen a more outrageous overreach by a state agency. Judge Johnston should return Justina to her family that loves her. Prayer is urgently needed!" [Action is needed.]
    Misinformation and apathy seen in other news sources misreporting the Justina Pelletier story, like this one from Charlie Butts that is full of incorrect information; the comments show even more ignorance, demonstrating the very root of the problem which is the Modern American attitude. Read more at: Misinformation and apathy.
    Massachusetts lawmakers are getting involved in the Justina Pelletier case [  ] and have begun circulating a resolution asking the Department of Children and Families (DCF) to initiate the process of releasing the teenager to her parents. "Removing a child from her family is reserved for only the most egregious circumstances where evidence of malicious intent, negligence or the blatant inability to care for the child is present." - State Rep. Marc Lombard said in a press release. The truth is hundreds of families are torn apart on a regular bases by children services. They did not get national attention. They were financially destroyed and emotionally devastated often with no happy outcome...The truth is children services with the bias aid of children's or family courts, overzealous psych evaluations, the deft ears of the media have had far to much power for years and power corrupts. This has been going on for decades because of the apathy of the people and their churches who have failed to do what Christ said, attend to the "weightier matters". We should not think this is over, this is not an aberration but all to common.
    A judge ruled Monday that Lou Pelletier's daughter, 15-year-old Justina Pelletier, will be placed into foster care. “We’re fighting corruption. We’re fighting evil,” Lou Pelletier told Lis Klimas, adding that the case is a “national outrage.” 2014-2-24
    New website being constructed with Petition
    Justina's father could be held in contempt of court now that DCF has filed against him.

Story Exposed
Lou Pelletier talks to Glenn about the contempt of court charges and what comes next for his family Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014 at 11:54 AM EST
"Despite the fact that the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF) filed for Lou Pelletier, the father of 15-year-old Justina Pelletier who is being held against her parents’ will, to be held in contempt of court, Lou joined Glenn on radio this morning to discuss what comes next in the fight to save his daughter’s life." Read more:

Justina's Medical Kidnapping ~ Part 1 - 13 min
Justina's Medical Kidnapping ~ Part 2 - 12 min
Free Justina Pelletier Program - 51 min

This story is really about the people in society that think they are good because they go to Church, synagogues and mosques etc.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2015, 03:58:58 pm »

NH Corruption
The people who are selling heroin to your children are the same people building your treatment center with Alex Walker on board and all the hospitals that are controlled by these corrupt politicians and law firms. Why don't we investigate it? It seems that people have known the truth for 20 years! Many politicians know this truth. They are killing your children and profiting by the process from beginning to end. Mike Gill, let's make it clear who called you cowards!

Family Court Corruption
The family court is the heart of the beast. It's the cash cow. It's also where their the most at risk. Why because there's more of you. You just might find courage if it was to save your children. You see the truth, so I'm asking the question the corrupt are wondering. Do you have that courage?

Addressing Concerns About My "Shit Heads" Signs
I understand that some of you are upset at my using the word shit heads on my signs. I want you to know first, I am extraordinarily sensitive to your children, what I am doing is for them, not you.  From all I can see is you are all cowards.  You question the word shit head and not extortion by a senator of your state.  Shaheen and the criminal cover-up of your other senator Ayotte with a Ponzi scheme.  So I am telling you I can say this because it is true.  Yet your issue is with the word shit heads. Wake up, what kind of future do you want for your children.  The law firms in this state control the courts and the politicians. They are controlled by their own self interests.  Ayotte represents McLane law firm and Shaheen owns her own.  The Attorney General in this state has been run by McLane for 30 years.  I have proven the corruption with hard evidence. It is only through your own fear that you refuse to see it. I will continue to fight for all of those children that have been abused by the family court, that have been victimized by the family court. Lives forever altered, I will fight for you.

THE MOLE! State of Corruption NH
Watch the full deposition here:
I have attached a previous post within a brief video snippet of Neal Pike's deposition regarding Chris Driscoll. Don't miss this opportunity! We have caught a mole from Liberty Mutual who is incriminating cases and protecting the corrupt. I am going to ask the Justice Department for immunity for Driscoll, just as I have for Assistant Attorney General Head. Please watch the following snippet, and feel free to watch the entire deposition at the link provided below.

Mike Gill for Governor

New Hampshire Corruption
It's mandatory that you watch this series of videos, "The Trilogy", leading up to the latest release:
The Fix
The evidence, the facts and the knowledge of how it all works, that is what this video brings you today. What this video shows you is the inner workings of your state and that their interests are self-interests and the interests of law firms and insurers throughout this state.  Be clear about this, they do not work for you, they work for wealth and power. I believe this video will answer my question, and the questions of the corrupt and that question is…
     When the people know the truth will they stand up and say enough?
     How many of you will stand up?
     I am asking for your help to get this message out.  I am taking money from no one, but social media is expensive so I am asking you to share this message with your friends and your family.  Our way to victory is to inspire numbers, so I need your help.  SHARE THIS VIDEO!!

New Hampshire Activists (NH Rebellion & others) Lead "Money in Politics" Demonstration Outside Democratic Debate

Nashua, New Hampshire Public Schools Close Monday After Threat
Another great reason to homeschool.

Hilary Cyberstalking Us

NH Rebellion for Election Reform

NH Governor's Lawlessness & Corrupt Courts

New Hampshire Government bureaucrats have deteriorated into non-responsive corruption enablers.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News (NH Corruption)
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2016, 12:59:46 am »

[Mike Gill info is in prior post]

Right-to-Know inquiries help uncover corruption in Windsor, NH

This claims that some people in Windsor were getting away with not paying property taxes etc.

I think main residences and about 5 acres per adult resident should be tax-free, but that there should be a fee on additional land and businesses. I make proposals along these lines in the Better Government thread. Libertarians and Agorists should run for office promising to make all unused public land the property of all local residents and made use of by mutual consent. Promise also to provide job guarantees for minimum wage for anyone who wants employment.

Residents of New Hampshire Town Submit Petition to Disband Police Department
After Police Chief John LaRoche was indicted on sexual assault charges, residents of Canterbury, N.H. have submitted a petition calling for the town's police department to be disbanded.
... “It’s probably not within the authority of the selectmen to dissolve the police department – that would be a town meeting thing,” said Board of Selectmen Chairman Bob Steenson, suggesting that the petition tactic may fail in its ultimate goal.

New Hampshire begins issuing medical marijuana cards
Dispensaries won't be open until spring
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News (Mike Gill vs NH Corruption)
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2016, 05:54:57 pm »

VIDEO: Don’t Answer Police Questions
January 2, 2016

Merrimack County Sheriffs Visit The Rebel Love Studio: They had a warrant for the arrest of a Porcupine
December 25, 2015

Keene CopBlocker found NOT GUILTY of “Resisting”; Jury Deadlocked on “Disorderly” 6-6, Mistrial Declared
December 17, 2015

Man Receives $150K Bond, Faces 6 Years In Prison for Distributing Jury Nullification Fliers
December 2, 2015

Video of the Cop Block Panel @ Keenevention 2015
November 14, 2015

Law Enforcers CAUGHT Breaking Into a Car
November 13, 2015

Uber Driver Arrested for Felony “Wiretapping”
November 8, 2015

Live Free or Else: Enforcing Freedom In The “Live Free or Die” State
October 31, 2015

A Second New Hampshire Police Chief in Trouble – This Time For Rape
October 23, 2015


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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2016, 04:38:09 pm »

Corruption Runs in the Family at American Neurorehab Centers

Review of campus sexual misconduct policies in NH finds gaps [from last year]

Keene CopBlock

NH CopBlock


NH, See The Corruption Between Your Lawyer and Your Insurer!

Corrupt Treatment Centers
These monsters will be selling your children heroin, but then as long as your poor addicted child hasn't died from their poison, they will come along to save the day, by providing them treatment at the Treatments Centers THEY own!! ... We are organizing and putting pressure on feds.

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Re: New Hampshire Statist News (NH Heroin Racket & Other News)
« Reply #6 on: January 23, 2016, 11:57:46 am »

NH: Worst Heroin Abuse; Auto Dealers Smuggling Heroin
New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill

Hassan Signs Fast-Tracked Opioid Bills Into Law
By Paige Sutherland • Jan 21, 2016
Just two weeks into the new legislative session, Gov. Maggie Hassan has signed into law two bills aimed at tackling the state’s opioid epidemic.
- The fast tracked bills came out of the state’s legislative drug task force that was crafted during last year’s special session. In 2015 more than 400 people died of a drug overdose.

House OKs First Round of Bills to Address N.H.'s Opioid Crisis
By Paige Sutherland • Jan 20, 2016
The bills considered high priority by New Hampshire's legislative drug task force, which is designed to address the state’s opioid crisis, passed the N.H. House with ease Wednesday afternoon. 
- After getting through the Senate last week, these bills will now head to Gov. Maggie Hassan, who will sign them into law Thursday.

Opioid Abuse Takes A Toll On Workers And Their Employers
By Yuki Noguchi • Jan 20, 2016
Three decades ago, the treatment Michele Zumwalt received for severe headaches involved a shot of the opioid Demerol. Very quickly, Zumwalt says, she would get headaches if she didn't get her shot. Then she began having seizures, and her doctor considered stopping the medication.
- "I didn't know I was addicted, but I just knew that it was like you were going to ask me to live in a world without oxygen," she says. "It was that scary."

For Teenagers, Adult-Sized Opioid Addiction Treatment Doesn't Fit
By Heidi Benson • Jan 15, 2016
Addicted to prescription painkillers after a high-school sports injury, Cameron Burke moved on to heroin, which was cheaper and more easily accessible. His parents tried everything, more than once sending him out of state for treatment.
- "It was never enough," Jennifer Weiss-Burke of Albuquerque, N.M., told a local TV reporter last year. "Thirty days here, 30 days there, maybe detox for five days. It was never long-term, and that's what he needed. Recovery from heroin addiction requires long-term treatment."
[So Treatment Center Owners Smuggle Heroin into NH via Car Dealership, Then get plenty customers for treatment. Right?]

N.H. Okays First Grow Site for Medical Marijuana
By Casey McDermott • Jan 14, 2016
One of the companies planning to dispense medical marijuana in New Hampshire is one step closer to offering the substance to patients.
- The Department of Health and Human Services issued a conditional registration certificate to Sanctuary ATC, which plans to open a dispensary in Plymouth, to start growing medical marijuana at a designated cultivation site in Rochester.

The New Hampshire Senate has once again passed a 30-day residency requirement for voting, a measure Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan is likely to veto.
Republican senators backing the bill say it will cut down on voter fraud and ensure people voting in New Hampshire actually live in the state. Democratic opponents, meanwhile, say it will disenfranchise voters [Do they mean voters from Mass.?].

SCOTUS Will Not Weigh In On N.H. Death Row Case
By Emily Corwin • Jan 19, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to reconsider the case of New Hampshire’s only person on death row, Michael Addison.

Arrested For NO Reason While Delivering Pizza in Salem, NH

Merrimack County Sheriffs Visit The Rebel Love Studio (Spreading the love of a liberated world.)

A Man Who is The Pillar of [Civil Disobedience] Activism

Last SEC Hearing Scheduled for Northern Pass Plan in Lincoln
By Associated Press • Jan 21, 2016
The last of a group of state public hearings in five counties where the proposed Northern Pass electrical transmission line would cross is scheduled for Thursday night in Lincoln.
- Hartford, Connecticut-based Eversource wants to run a 192-mile transmission line from Pittsburg to Deerfield, carrying 1,090 megawatts of Canadian hydropower to New England. Backers say it will create jobs and lower costs in a region that pays the nation's highest average cost for electricity.
- Opponents have argued it will hurt property values, tourism and the environment.

Bill Would Increase N.H.'s Minimum Wage to $9.50 By 2019
By Michael Brindley • Jan 19, 2016
A proposal to increase New Hampshire’s minimum wage to $9.50 by 2019 goes before a House committee Tuesday.
- The bill would re-establish a state a minimum wage, setting it at $8.25 next year.
- New Hampshire lawmakers repealed the state’s minimum wage in 2011, and the state has since deferred to the federal minimum wage of $7.25.
- That’s the lowest minimum wage in New England.

Students Relive Martin Luther King Jr.'s Speech at Dartmouth
By Emily Corwin • Jan 18, 2016
On Monday, as for the last 16 years, an audio recording of Martin Luther King Jr.’s only speech made at Dartmouth College played in room 105, Dartmouth Hall in Hanover. In this same room, King lectured students and Upper Valley residents in 1962.

Bill Seeks Political Map That Reflects Voters' Wishes, Not 'Partisan Distortions'
By Natasha Haverty • Jan 16, 2016
Every ten years, with new census data, the New Hampshire legislature redraws the political map. It’s the party in power that gets to hold the pen. But Tuesday, a bill was introduced in the House proposing the state set up an independent redistricting commission.

In Hollis, Fiorina Slams Big Government
By Derek Edry • Jan 15, 2016
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina criticized big government during a meet-and-greet Friday at Hollis Pharmacy.
- Calling out both parties, Fiorina says that while government keeps getting bigger, nothing really changes. 
- "And every election cycle, the people of New Hampshire have candidates come through and make promises about what’s going to be different, and the truth is nothing really is," Fiorina said.
- Fiorina also called Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton two sides of the same coin.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News (Join United We Stand?)
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2016, 07:13:24 pm »

I just applied to join Mike Gill's United We Stand effort at

I don't see a website for United We Stand, but he says his people will get back to me by email in my case, apparently.

New Hampshire To Require Id For 1st Time In Primary To Fight Voter Fraud

Secret Government: On Tuesday the N.H. House Judiciary Committee began taking testimony on H.1611, a measure to charge residents an unspecified, up-front "labor fee" when they make public record requests.

Fill out DOJ Complaint Form: We will bring justice back to not only New Hampshire and Massachusetts, but potentially throughout the country.

BLACK GOLD - NH Family Court Corruption steals from parents

Needle Exchange Bill Gets Pushback from N.H. Law Enforcement

Judge Dismisses Case Against Women Who Went Topless at Beach

As income tax season begins, the state is warning residents about an increase in scammers claiming to represent the Internal Revenue Service.

Dover May Ban Vaping in Non-Smoking Areas

A judge has denied a request from East Coast fishermen to stop the federal government's plan to hand them the cost of at-sea monitoring.

Foodstuffs: Manchester Food Co-op to Open... in Bedford

N.H.'s Medicaid Expansion: Where It Stands, and Where It Could Be Heading

Manchester Police Chief Brings N.H.'s Heroin Crisis to Washington

N.H. Bill Would Decriminalize Up to Half Ounce of Marijuana

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Re: New Hampshire Statist News (Join United We Stand?)
« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2016, 03:20:18 pm »

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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2016, 12:15:12 pm »

Mike Gill says: The US Department of Justice acknowledges and is following up on 74 filed complaints. The corrupt in NH are on the run. See 2 minute video at

SOC Week 10 Video on NH State of Corruption

NH Corrupt Drug War (This is a Court Hearing that's hard to hear.)

NH State of Corruption Week 11

Geraldo Rivera: Heroin epidemic running its way between Sinaloa and New Hampshire

Man Wears “FUCK COPS” Shirt to Trial and is Threatened By Judge

FBI Rounds Up Bundy Family Members and Ranch Supporters from 2014 Standoff (Does that include Rhodes and Mack?)

Cop Block Panel at Keenevention: Teaser & Invite

Cell 411 Presentation: Emergency Response without the State

NH State Police Car Stop, Illegal Search etc

Secret Service & Police vs Keene Cop Blocker

Man Interrogated for Hours in Police Ambush Now Files Lawsuit

Lancaster Votes To Become First Town In The North Country To Go Solar

Facing Felony Charges, Rep. Tasker Resigns for Seeking Sex with Minor

This sounds like a huge joke: Once a Lobbyist, State Banking Nominee Says He's Now Ready to Be a Watchdog

N.H. Supreme Court: Grandparents Have Standing to Seek Visitation

Vermont Fentanyl Overdoses Surged In 2015, Report Shows

How N.H.'s Aging Population Could Force Towns to Explore Consolidating Services

New Hampshire Man Back in Court in 2014 Ranch Standoff Case (My bro found online that the government is said to be confiscating western land that may have valuable mineral rights.)

Rubens says he has never seen such dissatisfaction with the Republican establishment, including Ayotte

In Weekly Republican Address, Ayotte Highlights Opioid Legislation

UNH Will Use $5.3 Million Gift To Start Advanced Manufacturing Center

State Debuts Expanded 'NH Health Cost' Price Transparency Site

N.H. Senate Deadlocks On Repealing Death Penalty

N.H. Officials Monitoring Pediatric Cancer Cluster on Seacoast

Service to Notify Victims About Offenders Via Texts, Emails

Boston's Heroin Users Will Soon Get A Safer Place To Be High

Franklin Mayor: Solar Project Stalled Until Net Metering Cap Raised

New Hampshire National Guard Deploying 93 To Middle East (They hate us for our war crimes.)

AARP: FairPoint Proposal 'Beginning of the End' for Landlines

N.H. Medical Examiner: 420 Drug Deaths in 2015, 3 Confirmed So Far This Year (They ought to count deaths from medications too, which is many thousands.)

Mapping Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in N.H. and Northern New England

Former Deputy Faces Charges for Sexual Assault on Inmates

Supreme Court To Say Goodbye To One Of Its Own (I heard evidence Scalia was murdered for political reasons.)

Edward Snowden Set to Address N.H. Free State Convention

Where Chronic Pain Patients Fit Into The Opioid Crisis

N.H. House Okays Bill Making Federal Real ID Licenses Optional (I heard that Real ID is a major threat to privacy etc.)

If Nashua School's Mock Election Were Real, Trump, Sanders Would Have Won Big
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #10 on: March 25, 2016, 03:37:59 pm »

New Hampshire House to Consider Codifying Jury Nullification

Could New Hampshire See Marijuana Decriminalized?

Seacoast Republican Women to host O'Keefe of Project Veritas
Project Veritas’ mission statement is to investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, waste, fraud and other misconduct in both public and private institutions

Tiger Joyce: Make the Granite State more transparent to reduce lawyer corruption

Voter fraud and Federal Election Commission violations
PS, NESARA is surely BS.

Can I get an expert's take on this NH drug conspiracy

Behind The Curtain – Drug-Dealing Pedophile New Hampshire State Representative Kyle Tasker Implicates NH Elected Officials

Manchester billboard now labels local business leaders as 'drug dealers'

My Letter to Deo Odolecki, Who’s Now Caged for Filming The Police

Deo Odolecki’s Unjust Caging: A Recap from Ademo Freeman

In Manchester, Fast Food Workers to Protest Colleague's Death at N.H. Jail

first public information meeting about a water contaminant found in private wells in Merrimack

Portsmouth Officials Say Police Cameras Could Cost $18,000 a Day

Bill to Regulate Drones Moves Forward

Innocence Project Calls for New Trial for 1973 N.H. Murder Conviction

Commuter Rail Advocates Rally in Nashua

DES Broadens Water Investigation After High Levels of PFOA Found in Three Wells

Conservative Activist Subpoenaed for Unedited Primary Voting Videos

Manchester Police Chief Named to National Drug Task Force (Payoff?)

Child Advocates' Group Wants Protection From Civil & Criminal Liability (so they can abuse kids freely)

N.H. Legal Explainer: What is Jury Nullification? (Juries can nullify bad laws!)

Getting the overdose reversal drug Narcan into Manchester’s public schools

New Hampshire To Receive More Federal Funds To Fight Opioid Abuse (to enrich public officials)

Littleton Program Aims To Unveil A Stealth Profession: Computer Controlled Machining


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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #11 on: April 02, 2016, 04:48:53 pm »

Hey wow for the first time ever someone took my advice on something...
Thank you Luck!  I assume this is a reaction to my suggestion that the statist news blog be more laser like and focused on NH.  Or maybe great minds just think alike LOL.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #12 on: April 02, 2016, 05:47:03 pm »

I'm copying and pasting this whole thread into me "ideas" list.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #13 on: April 03, 2016, 11:57:53 pm »

Our minds think alike after you gave me the advice. When you suggested that FSP folks (esp. those in NH and those considering moving to NH, I presume) would like to see more local statist/antistatist news on this forum, I decided to look around to find out if I could find such news. And I came across several sources that seem to fill the bill. It looks like members are reading it, even though almost no one comments, which is okay with me. I try to update this thread about twice a month.
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Re: New Hampshire Statist News
« Reply #14 on: April 06, 2016, 06:15:41 pm »

Follow Portugal's Successful Example: Decriminalize Drugs & Give Addicts Jobs etc (Video)

New Hampshire House seeks to improve civil forfeiture statutes, but Gov. Hassan upholds corruption

NH is Second Worst State for Transparency

Friends Don’t Let Friends Get Trapped by Checkpoints

Manchester (NH) CopBlockers Prepare for Checkpoint Season!

FSP Stupidly Treats Free-Keene Activist, Ian Freeman, as Enemy

How New Hampshire can open up its government

Saint-Gobain Will Buy Bottled Water After PFOA Found in N.H. Wells

Lawyers for Family in Abuse Case Tell Supreme Court To Make Court Records Public

N.H. Lawmakers Consider Banning "Conversion Therapy" For LGBTQ Teens

To Avoid 'Perceived Conflict of Interest,' Sununu To Sit Out Vote on Sunapee Expansion

Saint-Gobain 'Potentially Responsible' in Water Cleanup

UNH President Mark Huddleston Defends Salary Rates, 'Performance-Based' Pay

N.H. Lawmakers Take Up Bills to Loosen Up Drug Laws

Pembroke Academy Silent on Dean's Heroin Arrest

N.H. Fishermen Say Burden of At-Sea Monitoring Fees Could Break Industry

N.H. Lawmakers Consider Repealing Some Mandatory Minimum Sentences

Legislature's Agenda Includes Medicaid, Drones and 'Revenge Porn'
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