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  1. - how to vote in New Hampshire on September 11th

    For Immediate Release

    Liberty Ballot recommends Andy Sanborn, Joseph Kenney, and Jane Cormier in the Republican Primary

    Liberty Ballot recommends Senator Andy Sanborn for Congress. This is the third election cycle in a row that Liberty Ballot has recommended Andy Sanborn based primarily on his pro-liberty voting record. Andy Sanborn has consistently received "A" ratings ...
  2. The minimum wage was abolished in NH but is still increasing this year in 20 states

    Minimum wage abolished in New Hampshire but increasing in 20 other states

    While people are still talking about the landmark 2011 bill that abolished the New Hampshire state general minimum wage, 20 states will increase the government mandated minimum wage in 2018. 80% of New Hampshire Senators voted for HB133. New Hampshire is 1 of only 6 states without a general ...
  3. CryptoKnights Unite in New Hampshire

    CryptoKnights Unite in New Hampshire

    This past Friday, it was hard not to feel like a superhero on a quest to free the world. On December 1, 2017, the Free State Blockchain Digital Assets Conference (FSBDAC) took place in downtown Portsmouth, NH. While the conference name is a mouthful that probably needs fixing for 2018–I’m partial to BlockchainNH–I was impressed.

    This exclusive conference brought together
  4. Vermont and New Hampshire — A tale of two states

    Vermont and New Hampshire — A tale of two states
    By Jeb Bradley
    Posted Oct 27, 2017 at 8:11 AM

    The Caledonian Record, a St. Johnsbury, Vt., newspaper, recently published a very insightful editorial titled “Tale of Two States.”

    In this editorial, it compared the tax climate and cost of living in Vermont and New Hampshire.

    Here are some of the salient
  5. The United States of Toxins - NH substantially lower than other states

    Substantially less toxins are released in New Hampshire than in other states.

    The United States of Toxins

    Every year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires most large industrial facilities to report the volume of toxic chemicals they release into the environment.

    The EPA takes this data and consolidates it into the Toxic Releases Inventory (TRI), which is then
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