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COVID-19 Update April 7

COVID-19 in NH as of April 7, 2020 Source: June Garneau, of Mapping and Planning Solutions (MAPS) Today’s COVID-19 update:  The State has announced 32 new confirmed cases, for a total of 747. Yesterday we were told that 192 (26%) of… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Update April 6

Source: June Garneau, of Mapping and Planning Solutions (MAPS) Today’s COVID-19 update:  The State has announced 46 new confirmed cases, for a total of 715; 192 or 26% of the cases, are health care workers. 103 (nearly 14% of the confirmed… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Update April 5

Today’s COVID-19 update: The State has announced “only” 48 new confirmed cases, for a total of 669. 92 (nearly 14% of the confirmed cases) are hospitalized. There were no reported deaths in the last 24 hours, keeping the total of those… Continue Reading →

Washington sends opioid assistance for NH

Great news has come from Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Senator Maggie Hassan! We don’t see a lot of good coming out of Washington these days, as most of the news is buried behind the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic. However, Senator Shaheen and… Continue Reading →

Heat Wave July 2019

We’re having a heat wave, a tropical heat wave.” A fun song, but the weather that is coming isn’t anything to sing about. Think it’s hot today? “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet, B-B-B-Baby!” Ok, maybe there is a little to… Continue Reading →

Activist

The first time I was in a radio station for an interview, I was with Arnie Arnenson and my friend, Maureen Mann, who was a NH state rep at that time. Arnie introduced me as an activist. I corrected her:… Continue Reading →

Democratic Socialism

I wish someone could explain to me why it would be bad to pay an additional 1.52% in taxes if it means free healthcare, plus get all of these extra benefits that Norway has. My husband and I pay a… Continue Reading →

Trashtag

A viral challenge is inspiring bored teens — and tens of thousands of others — to clean the planet. Now #trashtag is the “In” thing to do! The challenge is simple: 1. Find a spot strewn with litter. Sadly, these… Continue Reading →

Downshifting & Local Control

Downshifting happens when legislators cut taxes in Concord, pushing costs back to towns. When legislators run on a platform to “reduce taxes” they are not talking about property taxes, they are talking about cutting state taxes. And when they reduce… Continue Reading →

Salem NH — Never Forget

The following email was sent to me, and a fairly small number of other people. I think it deserves to be seen, so I’m sharing it here. SALEM NEW HAMPSHIRE NEVER FORGET COMMITTEE Salem NH Never Forget Committeec/o Ernest W…. Continue Reading →

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