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To-Go Beer Order Didn’t Go Far Enough – NH Reps

A bipartisan group of 12 representatives have asked Governor Sununu to go further with his Emergency Order aimed to help restaurants and bars weather the COVID-19 health emergency. In a statement released today the legislators ask that bars, restaurants, and breweries be allowed to fill growlers for take-out service or for delivery, regardless of brand …

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to-go beer & wine

To-Go Beer & Wine Coming to a Bar near You!

Since the Government decided to ban dining in at restaurants, many bars, pubs, taverns, and eateries have been a tad anxious. Understandably, of course. Looking at an uncertain future for your business, bills, personal income, and your employees is an anxiety causing event and makes even veteran business owners uneasy. Some State Reps got to …

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Sununu Press Conference – COVID-19

Governor Sununu held a 10am press conference Tuesday morning to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 procedures. He issued 3 new emergency orders. First, all providers of utilities including internet are not allowed to disconnect users for non-payment. Specifically this applies to providers of gas, electric, water, telephone, cable, VoIP, internet service, and deliverable fuel service. These …

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COVID-19 Update: NH Schools Must Close – Use Distance Learning

In a 1pm press conference with Governor Sununu, Commissioner of Education Edelblut, Commissioner Shibinette, and Benjamin Chen, we learned that New Hampshire now has 13 positive cases of COVID-19 and schools must close effective immediately. All schools in the State are ordered to move to distance learning beginning March 23, and the week of March …

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COVID-19 Press Conference 1PM

The COVID-19 situation is rapidly developing worldwide, including in New Hampshire. Yesterday, a 7th positive case was confirmed, and it happened to be a NH-DMV employee who had worked and interacted with the general public for 5 full workdays before becoming symptomatic and testing positive. Governor Sununu will hold a COVID-19 Press Conference at 1PM …

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Totalitarianism on Display

Totalitarianism on Display

The Democrat Majority in the New Hampshire House of Representatives has put totalitarianism on display for all to see. Thankfully, they’re only able to show it in the small body of 400. We have a firewall in between their desire for total control and the general populace. Hopefully they’ve also shown the Republican caucus, who …

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Chains, children, shackle, slave

Learn Everywhere? No – you MUST learn HERE!

The Learn Everywhere program was an innovative program passed into law that allowed the Commissioner and Board of Education to create rules that allowed curriculum performed outside of the classroom to count for High School credit. Each School District, if the rules were adopted, would be ‘forced’ to accept said credits, even if performed by …

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Comrade Volinsky Shoots at Edelblut

Comrade Volinsky Shoots at Edelblut to One-Up Feltes

Children be damned, Volinsky wants Edelblut’s scalp. Why? Because he did his job. Also, because Feltes got the first shot in by making the motion to reject the $46 million education grant. So, now Comrade Volinsky shoots at Edelblut to one-up Feltes. Related: Why NH Democrats Didn’t Jump at 46 Million in Federal Grant Money …

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