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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving New Hampshire Newsletter for Sunday January 19, 2020 ( 4 items )  

American Horticultural Society Adds 10 New Reciprocal Admissions Program Gardens for 2020
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Jan. 16 -- The American Horticultural Society issued the following news: AHS members now have access to special admissions privileges and discounts at more than 330 gardens nationwide through our Reciprocal Admissions Program (RAP). The 10 newest gardens to join RAP in 2020 include Durango Botanic Gardens in Durango, Colorado; Connecticut College Arboretum in New London, Connecticut; Hills and Dales Estate in LaGrange, Georgia; Hauberg Estate in Rock Island, Illinois; Oak  more

Environment America: New House Resolution Looks to Protect Our Rivers, Other Waterways by Urging the EPA to Stop Rollbacks
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 -- Environment America issued the following news release: Reps. Debbie Dingell of Michigan and Chris Pappas of New Hampshire introduced a congressional resolution calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt its myriad efforts to weaken the Clean Water Act. Environment America is urging all members of Congress to join the 71 original co-sponsors in supporting the resolution. "This is a moment of truth for every single representative in Congress," said J  more

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Awards Grant to Crotched Mountain Foundation to Support People With Disabilities
GREENFIELD, New Hampshire, Jan. 15 -- The Crotched Mountain Foundation issued the following news release: Crotched Mountain Foundation recently received a $9,500 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The grant will support Crotched Mountain Community Care (CMCC), Crotched Mountain's independent case management program, which provides services to approximately 900 older adults and individuals with disabilities across New Hampshire, helping them live independently in the community  more

PETA: Jail Time, Psychiatric Care Urged in Apparent Hoarding Case
MIDDLETON, New Hampshire, Jan. 16 -- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals issued the following news release: * * * - PETA Calls For Vigorous Prosecution of Alleged Abuser Reportedly Caught With One Malnourished and Two Deceased Dogs on His Property * * * PETA sent an urgent letter to Strafford County Attorney Tom Velardi asking that his office vigorously prosecute a cruelty-to-animals case involving apparent animal hoarder Albert Colburn. The felony charges filed against Colburn come   more