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    This Indymedia site has been designed to be as user-friendly as possible, while still attempting to manage a wealth of information, and some customization options. The left-hand column lists the main sub-section pages of the site, as well as a ... (More)

  • Mailing Lists

    Mailing Lists The New Hampshire IMC currently runs [4] mailing lists, which are always open to the public. IMC-NH is the general discussion list, for any top... (More)

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    The views and opinions expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect those held by the New Hampshire Independant Media Center. This site is based upon an open publishing method that allows any individual to post information and media to the site. ... (More)

  • Editorial Policy

    Open Publishing: The New Hampshire Indymedia newswire works on the principle of Open Publishing, an essential element of the global Indymedia project that allows anyone to self-publish their work on a globally accessible web site. Peo... (More)

  • Meetings

    Though New Hampshire IMC is not currently holding regular meetings, new members are always welcome! We conduct most of our business via email lists these days. If you are interested in becoming involved with New Hampshire IMC, please email ... (More)

  • Mission Statement

    Drafted 7/30/03 Real democracy depends on the free flow of information between free people. Control of modern media means control of the futures of so many around the world. We live in an era when our media is controlled by a handful of corporations who... (More)

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The state added $50 million to its rainy day fund, bringing the total to $70 million. What should count as a rainy day?
Rain, floods
North Country unemployment
A 20% high school drop-out rate
Medicare Part D
Everyday for public higher education
I'm Libertarian (NOTA)
The Rapture


The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd, slavish and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind.
-- Article 10 of the NH Constitution, cited by Guy Chichester and NH Peace Action activists in their case against Sen. Judd Gregg.

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