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A move for so-called common sense guns law heads to the states. Plus, will Trump judges decide a decade of civil rights? (Broadcaster Note: Our 6 min newscast now has an optional out cue at 3 minutes “This is PNS.”)

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Public News Service - NH: Civic Engagement

Concord, NH – There's a sea of green ink at the Statehouse today. More than 20,000 citizens from the Granite State have put their names on the line to call for two percent cuts in carbon emissions each year through 2050. The New Hampshire Sierra Club has been collecting the signatures across t

Keene, NH – New Hampshire drivers should be on the lookout for a hog on the road this weekend. It's not a Black Friday shopper who ate too much turkey, it's the Priorities New Hampshire "Pigmobile," and it's visiting malls and campaign events with a message aimed at federal spending priorities

Manchester, NH – A report being released in Manchester today says fewer than 40 percent of the Presidential candidates have the courage to answer tough questions about the issues. Anne Miller of New Hampshire Peace Action says others seem to be targeting their answers to narrow groups of vote

Manchester, NH – The rights of the disabled are human rights. That's the message from last week's Presidential candidates' forum on equality, opportunity, and access sponsored by Granite State Independent Living. More than 600 voters showed up in Manchester, while hundreds more in other early

Washington, DC – A new breed of evangelists says faith does not belong just to liberals, conservatives, Republicans, or Democrats. Instead, they say moral values should influence voters on such issues as hunger, war, and the environment, not just abortion and sexuality. "Voting your values" i

Londonderry, NH - When it comes to presidential campaign events in New Hampshire, sometimes just getting in the door depends on how the cookie crumbles. Earlier this month in Londonderry, the Priorities New Hampshire "Cookie Mom" was barred by police from entering a John McCain event at the instruc

Concord, NH – The United States could provide health insurance to more than 400,000 children for the price of a single day of war in Iraq. The "Cost of War" project by the American Friends Service Committee also found the cost of 3.5 days of war in Iraq could pay the tuition to put all student

Former Arkansas governor and Republican Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee visited the Women's House of Corrections in Goffstown on Friday to learn about the lockup's running program for inmates. Corrections lieutenant Joe Michaud says Huckabee was so impressed that he wants to help spread the word.

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