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New Hampshire House Approves Over-the-Counter Ivermectin

By Alice Giordano New Hampshire moved closer to becoming the first U.S. state to offer ivermectin without a prescription on March 16. By a 183—159 vote, New Hampshire’s Republican-dominated House of Representatives approved HB1022, which would allow pharmacists to dispense ivermectin under a standing order, meaning that anyone could go to a pharmacist and get human-grade ivermectin. […]

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New Hampshire School Boards Association Leaves National Organization Over Parent Controversy

By Christopher Burroughs The New Hampshire School Boards Association (NHSBA) announced Thursday that it has withdrawn from the national organization following the group’s efforts to target parents. The National School Board Association (NSBA) recently sent a letter to the Biden administration’s Department of Justice that described the actions of parents protesting policies such as critical race theory […]

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New Hampshire House Speaker Files Bill to Block Vaccine Mandate

By The Center Square New Hampshire House Speaker Sherman Packard is working on legislation that would ban state or local enforcement of COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Packard, a Londonderry Republican, said his office is working on a bill that is aimed at blunting the impact of President Joe Biden’s new federal vaccine requirements to “prevent federal overreach, protect our […]

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New Hampshire has among the lowest rates of COVID of anywhere in the United States

By Tom Ozimek New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, a Republican, said Wednesday he’s opposed to bringing back a mask mandate in the state following a guidance reversal by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that now calls for some fully vaccinated people to wear facial coverings indoors. “Everyone in America agrees that the messaging out […]

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Supreme Court Refuses To Hear New Hampshire’s Challenge to Massachusetts Taxing its Residents

By Matthew Vadum The Supreme Court declined this morning to hear New Hampshire’s challenge to Massachusetts’s pandemic-era policy of taxing out-of-state residents who used to work in Massachusetts but switched to telecommuting from their New Hampshire homes during the pandemic. Billions of dollars in income taxes paid by people who worked from home during the pandemic were at […]

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New Hampshire Auditors Say Vote Discrepancies Largely Caused by Ballot Fold Effect

By Samuel Allegri Election auditors Windham, New Hampshire, are saying that some of their latest findings are “large enough to account for discrepancies” in the Nov. 3 election results for four state representative seats. Auditors said they found “experimental confirmation that if the contest is undervoted, a fold through a vote target can create a […]

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New Hampshire will confiscate voting machines that ‘shorted’ Republicans by 6% of votes

By Raymond Wolfe A Democratic candidate for state representative, Kristi St. Laurent, meanwhile, received 99 more votes than were actually cast for her. CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire attorney general’s office is moving to confiscate voting machines that were found to have “shorted” Republican candidates by 6% of votes in the 2020 election. After […]

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Dominion Owned Machines Removed 6% of Votes from Each Windham, New Hampshire GOP Candidate – Same Machines Used in 85% of Towns

By Jim Hoft Here is a major update to our report on voter fraud in New Hampshire. As we previously reported — A recent hand recount in the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in Windham, New Hampshire, found that the Dominion-owned voting machines shorted EVERY REPUBLICAN by roughly 300 votes. On Thursday we spoke with Dr. David […]