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Op-Ed: Remonstrance In New Hampshire

The Remonstrance is a Constitutional Right, exercised to protest any encroachment on the rights of the people, or, any usurpations of power by design, or inattention to the Laws of the Land.

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Op-Ed: Chinese Virus Increases Vulnerability for Prostitution

In a stealth move the Vermont House of Representatives passed a proposal to “establish a study committee” to study decriminalization of prostitution without a public hearing. The vote on HB 568 was 126-19.  The bill is a precursor to HB 5659 which repeals all prohibitions on prostitution, including pimps, brothel keepers, facilitators, and buyers. This …

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Removing Barriers to Telehealth Increases Health Care Access

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 19, 2020 CONTACT: Greg Moore, GMoore@afphq.org Removing Barriers to Telehealth Increases Health Care Access CONCORD, NH – Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today commended Governor Sununu for expanding access to telehealth services through a recently issued executive order.  Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire State Director Greg Moore released the following statement: …

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Answering your questions about Remote Instruction

This week has been an incredible challenge for New Hampshire families and educators. With Gov. Sununu’s order to shift all public schools to remote instruction, our school administrators, faculty, and staff and the families they support have had to craft new ways to teach New Hampshire students who aren’t in the building. Some schools were …

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A 2020 GRANITE STATE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all Granite Staters are created equal, with certain unalienable rights—to include life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And when government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter it.

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The Most Important Thing We Can Do is Learn from This Outbreak

Applying a smidgen of logic to what we have already observed will go a long way towards understanding the ‘real’ Coronavirus. While many ‘experts’ contend doom and gloom are around every corner, I prefer to let common sense take over.

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Commissioner Edelblut Updates New Hampshire Schools on COVID-19 Response

School Leaders, Taking a step back from the on-going management of the COVID-19 circumstances each of you face on the ground, the range of scenarios that might result in a disruption of education in your building could be, from worst case – public health orders the closure of your facility to, best case for disruption …

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NHFCR Expands to Franklin Pierce University 

RINGE, NH – Today, the Franklin Pierce University College Republicans (FPUCR) have been recognized as an official chapter of the New Hampshire Federation of College Republicans (NHFCR). The NHFCR is honored to recognize and expand its outreach to include the FPUCRs.