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New Hampshire Pharmacies Could Soon Dispense
Ivermectin Without Doctor Approval
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Posted by NHChemist 1/20/2022 10:55:45 AM Post Reply
New Hampshire residents may soon be able to receive ivermectin from pharmacies without first getting a prescription or approval from a doctor. Proposed legislation titled House Bill 1022 would allow pharmacists to dispense the drug, which some believe can treat COVID-19 even though it lacks approval for such use from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), by means of standing orders. Under the law, pharmacists would be able to "dispense ivermectin under the delegated prescriptive authority of the physician or APRN
Canon officially discontinue entire DSLR
range, 1D X Mark III to cease production
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Posted by NHChemist 12/29/2021 12:48:49 PM Post Reply
The optical viewfinder and EF mount is officially dead. (Snip) CEO Fujio Mitarai says the 1D X Mark III will be the final Canon DSLR in production, and when it ceases production that’ll be it. There will be no future 5D after the current Mark IV and no new 7D. (Snip) EF mount lenses are still some of the most widely used due to their compatibility with multiple mirrorless systems.
Freedom in the 50 States replies
Posted by NHChemist 12/1/2021 8:47:55 PM Post Reply
This edition again improves on the methodology for weighting and combining state and local policies to create a comprehensive index. Authors William Ruger and Jason Sorens introduce many new policy variables suggested by readers and changes in the broader policy environment (for example, vaping regulations). More than 230 policy variables and their sources remain available to the public on this website.
Unvaccinated? Don't count on leavingyour
family death benefits
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Posted by NHChemist 11/22/2021 9:55:05 PM Post Reply
These days, workers who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 may face financial repercussions, from higher health insurance premiums to loss of their jobs. Now, the financial fallout might follow workers beyond the grave. If they die of COVID and weren’t vaccinated, their families may not get death benefits they would otherwise have received. New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority no longer pays a $500,000 death benefit to the families of subway, bus and commuter rail workers who die of COVID if the workers were unvaccinated at the time of death.
85-year-old Swiss sharpshooter hangs
up his rifle
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Posted by NHChemist 11/16/2021 10:21:37 AM Post Reply
Ultimately, it was the sun in his eyes. Surrounded by other sharpshooters, scraggly-beareded Toni Hacki lifted his long rifle and took aim across the Ruetli meadow where Switzerland was founded in 1291, just as he had done for the past 51 years. But this time, his performance didn't live up to his standards, and he decided it would be his last. (Snip) Hacki wore a thick button-up leather jacket. The barrel of his gun was wooden.
Student suspended for 'only two genders'comment
sues school
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Posted by NHChemist 11/11/2021 3:07:05 PM Post Reply
A New Hampshire student-athlete is suing his school district after he was suspended from a football game for allegedly expressing his view that there are “only two genders." The lawsuit, filed on Nov. 4, said that the suspension in September was in violation of the student’s constitutional right to free speech and the New Hampshire Bill of Rights because he expressed his religious beliefs (Snip) According to the lawsuit, the suspended student had been involved in conversations surrounding Spanish language pronouns on the bus. A female student who overheard the conversation said there were more than two genders, to which the suspended student argued that there was not.
Beloved Red Sox broadcasterJerry Remy
dies at 68 after lengthy battle with cancer
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Posted by NHChemist 10/31/2021 11:14:01 PM Post Reply
Jerry Remy, a Red Sox icon on and off the field and in the broadcast booth, beloved across New England and an inspiration to so many throughout a lengthy battle with cancer, died on Saturday night. He was 68. Remy became synonymous with Red Sox baseball as a playing career turned into a legendary run of more than three decades as a color commentator for games on NESN. He fought valiantly against lung cancer after being first diagnosed in 2008, and he had stepped away from the NESN booth in August as he underwent treatment again.
FBI Destroys Insurrection Narrative‘Scant
Evidence’ Capitol Riots was Coordinated
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Posted by NHChemist 8/20/2021 10:13:54 PM Post Reply
I doubt the left will stop obsessing over January 6th even as Afghanistan burns. Sources told Reuters the FBI has not found much evidence that proves anyone coordinated the Capitol Hill riot: Though federal officials have arrested more than 570 alleged participants, the FBI at this point believes the violence was not centrally coordinated by far-right groups or prominent supporters of then-President Donald Trump, according to the sources, who have been either directly involved in or briefed regularly on the wide-ranging investigations.
'River Dave's' cabin at center of
property dispute burns to the
ground hours after court hearing
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Posted by NHChemist 8/5/2021 12:41:56 PM Post Reply
CANTERBURY, N.H. — A cabin at the center of a legal battle with a man known as "River Dave" caught fire Wednesday, hours after the man appeared in court for a hearing. The cabin's resident, David Lidstone, will remain in jail for at least another week for not complying with a court order. On Wednesday, the Canterbury Fire Department reported that Lidstone's cabin is a total loss. The State Fire Marshal's Office was called in to investigate the cause of the fire which remains under investigation. "No fire trucks could make access to the scene we used UTVs," said Chief Mike Gamache with Canterbury fire department.
'River Dave' dilemma:
A man's home is his hassle
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Posted by NHChemist 7/30/2021 9:54:04 PM Post Reply
What to do about “River Dave?” That would be the old man who says he would rather rot in jail than give up the cabin in the Canterbury woods along the Merrimack where he has lived for nearly three decades. Trouble is, the courts have found that River Dave doesn’t own the land on which his cabin sits. His latest refusal to decamp has landed him in jail for 30 days for contempt of court, although a judge says he won’t hold Dave any longer than that.
Capsized crew's clear thinking helped
Coast Guard pluck them
From the sea
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Posted by NHChemist 7/20/2021 9:26:51 PM Post Reply
In almost 30 years of sailing his beloved sailboat Triad, Tom Cox has seen his boat struck by lightning three times and dismasted twice. He has won ocean races with the tri-hull, high-performance craft and cruised extensively across multiple oceans, some 50,000 miles by his estimate. What happened around 4 p.m. Friday, 10 miles southeast of the Isles of Shoals off Rye, might look to some like a string of good luck had run out. While Cox was delivering his 42-foot trimaran from Yarmouth, Maine, to his home port in Gloucester, Mass., a sudden thunderstorm and squall capsized the vessel,
Providence Teachers Union Confirms Affinity
Group Segregation, Historical Books
Destroyed, Holocaust Education Ended
(Ramona Bessinger Update)
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Posted by NHChemist 7/16/2021 9:39:07 PM Post Reply
Ramona Bessinger is the Providence, Rhode Island, middle school teacher who went public in a post at Legal Insurrection about the negative impact of Critical Race teaching, I’m A Middle School Teacher And See How Critical Race Curriculum Is Creating Racial Hostility In School: (Snip) Previously vetted books were removed from our classroom and sent to recycling. Gone was the diverse collection of American and World Literature: House On Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, James Baldwin Go Tell It On The Mountain, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, essays by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., poetry by Maya Angelou, Robert Frost, Anne Frank, Night, The Boy In The Striped Pajamas,