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Caregivers vs. 1st Amendment
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skillful social engineer — and because government employees are a significant component of the party's base and of its financial support through government-employees unions. Franklin Roosevelt, architect of the modern party, believed unionization

On the Record / Jan. 24, 2014
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Columbus McKinnon Corp., a designer, manufacturer and marketer of material handling products, announced the appointment of R. Scott Trumbull to its board of directors. Trumbull is chairman and chief executive officer of Indiana-based Franklin Electric

Three Mastin Lake businesses burglarized over the weekend
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Rear doors were pried open at Security Finance, 1st Franklin Financial and It's All About Home Schooling and the businesses were ransacked. Managers for the businesses were not immediately able to tell police what had been taken when the damage was 

DALLAS - Southwest Airlines Co. made more money in the fourth quarter thanks ...
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DALLAS - Southwest Airlines Co. made more money in the fourth quarter thanks ... Southwest predicted that revenue for every seat flown one mile — a key measure in the airline business called unit revenue — will be higher in the first quarter than it was in the same period last year. Southwest, which also operates AirTran

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Veterans travel to DC to see memorials to their service

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Jackie Luksic of Dayton, Ohio, took a detour to see the World War II Memorial as she traveled through Washington on May 11.

She traveled to see the monument to the generation that includes her father and uncles who fought in the war.

She arrived as the latest group of veterans from the Rotary Club of Tuscaloosa's seventh Honor Flight toured the monument. As the first of many rain showers began, the veterans spread out across the monument's plaza ringed with pillars for each of the states and territories and a wall for the dead.

World War II veteran Dewitt Cross was waiting under the entrance marking the Pacific Theatre. Luksic greeted him and asked for a picture, taking a moment to snap his portrait in front of the monument. She wanted a photo of a veteran from her spontaneous trip.

"I was so happy to meet one of them," Luksic said.

Tears came with the thought of her family's World War II veterans.

"I wish my dad could see it," she said. "He is 89. He can't make the trip.

Updated NH Primary Source: Activist Dan Hynes running for NHGOP vice chair

HASSAN CAMP: NOT HEADING TO DC THIS WEEK. Fundraiser “fun” continues in the U.S. Senate race this week.

Gov. Maggie Hassan came under fire on Monday when Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s campaign, citing a news report from last week, said the governor is planning to be “back in Washington, D.C.” for a Wednesday, May 18, fundraiser.

The criticisms from the Ayotte camp and the National Republican Senatorial Committee followed similar blasts at Hassan last week for spending all or parts of 12 days in April out of state for what her campaign manager called “political travel.”

Ayotte’s campaign released a web video on Thursday charging that Hassan, by being out of state those times, “has failed to live up to her promise” to focus daily on her job as governor while running for the Senate. Hassan’s camp called the attack “hypocritical and misleading.”

Early Monday, Ayotte’s campaign criticized Hassan for “planning yet another out of state trip to fundraise with Washington Democrats” on Wednesday.