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The Republicans came to Tampa; then the Democrats came to Charlotte.
Now, with the conventions behind them, both parties have come to New Hampshire.
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New Hampshire’s House and Senate have together passed two separate bills legalizing medical marijuana. Governor Lynch vetoed both. Now, as gubernatorial candidates vie to fill his seat, a medical marijuana bill could finally make it past the governor’s desk.
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The Society says the easements are "a very significant block" to Northern Pass. But Northern Pass says "today’s announcement will not stop" their project.
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What do school lunches have to do with learning? According to Laconia superintendent Bob Champlin, it comes down to brain science: "You can literally see what a brain that looks like that is malnourished from a student who is malnourished from a brain that’s nourished."
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Educators call it "summer learning loss." There are ways around it through summer programs, but some families can't afford them - so it may be during the summer that poor kids are really falling behind.
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"The problem is, even if he’s one, but no one knows if he’s one or two or five... when you sow a bad seed, it’s easy to spread, so what tomorrow, is the question?” 
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NHPR's Chris Jensen looks at where the candidates for Governor come down on Northern Pass.
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It's a warm day in the middle of August, but across the region, the apples seem to think it's already September.
New Hampshire apples are already ripe, about two weeks ahead of schedule. They're available at farm stands and farmers' markets, but that doesn&
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"It makes you feel pretty small and it puts things into perspective. Mother Nature will put water where she is going to put it."
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Summer school kids might WANT to attend: CSI camp, rocket building, aquatic biology, theater, and basketball, to name a few.
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A love story that began 70 years ago ends with a surprise, $1 million donation to bring more music to the North Country.
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The move to digital projectors could save big theater chains money. As for small theaters? "You are going to see a lot of movie theaters closing in this next year or two," says one executive director.
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