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April 19. 2012 8:43PM

NH news from around the web - Updated 4/19

Updated 4/19

NEWS
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Dartmouth researchers find link brain activity with weight gain
In a study published in The Journal Of Neuroscience on April 18, 2012, research showed that first-year University students whose brains 'lit up' after seeing pictures of food were more likely to gain weight within six months. more


Bullying expert suggest we're raising 'meanest generation'


New Hampshire proposes new cod limits for recrational anglers


FEATURES
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Rush tour opens with show in Manchester on Sept. 7 according to leak


Colne-based museum needs more cash to buy Titanic letter
The auction will take place in New Hampshire from today until to April 26 and the Colne-based museum has now raised around 4,000, enough to be able to bid for the letter. But it still needs more donations and says that figure will not be enough to bring the letter, written by bandmaster Wallace while on board the ship, back to his hometown.


NHPR Audio - Bakers Without Borders: A North Country Immigration Story


NH's Funspot makes list of 31 geekiest places on the planet to visit


BUSINESS
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Gun industry's economic impact skyrockets during Obama years


Segway Seg-Link kit hits the FCC, injects dreams of PC-based transporter tinkering


Progress Cited in Proposed GFA/Monadnock Purchase


BAE Systems names former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff board chairman


University of Minnesota licenses storage technology to NH-based SustainX
The system was developed to help make the storage of solar and wind energies more efficient, which would also make them more alluring for use in business, industry, and residential endeavors.


COURTS
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Judge cites First Amendment, drops NY charges against jury nullification proponent


POLITICS
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WSJ: Food Stamp Rolls to Grow Through 2014, CBO Says
The Congressional Budget Office said Thursday that 45 million people in 2011 received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, a 70% increase from 2007. It said the number of people receiving the benefits, commonly known as food stamps, would continue growing until 2014.


NHPR Audio: AG Disputes Civil Rights Lawsuit


PRIMARY
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Politico: Ayotte helping GOP overcome gender gap


Consultant questions payment from Huntsman PAC
The allegations, first reported by Buzzfeed, are the latest from Huntsman consultants upset at the slow pace he has paid off campaign debt after his bid for the White House ended with his third place showing in New Hampshire.


OPINION
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American Thinker: Obama as Messiah is getting really old
In another speech he gave in Lebanon, New Hampshire on the day of the primary, January 7, 2008 Obama suggested his followers will be struck by a luminous force guiding them to the polls.


Obama campaign objects to Obama administration stimulus statistics
How many new people did Dunkin Donuts need to hire to brew the coffee for the crews repaving Route 101? Would a town really have fired employees if it didn't get a stimulus check? These are counter-factual, and can neither be proved nor disproved.


SPORTS
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COLLEGE SIGNING: Blazers' Miller to run at New Hampshire



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