We, the People of New Hampshire, Demand NO MASKS ON STUDENTS

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How have Gov. Sununu's State of Emergency affected New Hampshire citizens? ​

STILL Laid Off

On Thursday, August 8th, 2019, I, Shane J. Skinner, was hired by Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites and began working as a maintenance worker beginning on Monday, August 12th, 2019. I enjoyed working at said job for seven months and one week before, on Thursday, March 19th, 2020, due

What if a customer is hearing-impaired?

I work part-time at an auto parts store. I had a customer last week who was completely deaf. I pulled down my mask (required by my employer) for a second and pointed to my mouth and asked if he read lips. He said, “A little.” I spent the rest of

The people in North country are suffering

In North country, we are suffering financially, mentally, emotionally, and health-wise. I am a business owner/sole proprietor who cleans major resorts and private residences, and although housekeeping/janitorial services may come under this “essential business” umbrella, that’s rather useless when the places you clean are no longer operating. I own a

I may die from the shutdown ‘cure’

I am 66 years old and due to a drunk driving accident 40 years ago, I have a six-tooth bridge across my upper front teeth. Four weeks ago that bridge fell out. I am lucky because my dentist was operating for emergencies during this time, but it still took eight

Southern NH Medical Center abuses parental rights

I was at southern NH medical center in Nashua 12/7 for a long awaited specialist appointment for my 7 yr old with my wife when I was told only one parent could go to the appointment. I told them I thought they were overstepping and violating my parental rights. This

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