The news is coming too fast to keep up with via individual posts. It’s a good problem to have. Here’s some of the latest:
- Today’s above-the-fold, front page headline story in the Keene Sentinel covering the city bringing Robin Hooders back to the NH supreme court over the city’s latest failure.
- The Union Leader also covers the city’s appeal in this story by Meghan Pierce.
- UBER Grandma gets coverage in Boston Magazine for her ongoing civil disobedience of driving people around Portsmouth.
- UBER-hater taxi company owner John Palreiro says he’s not going to service customers on New Years Eve out of protest. He claims the city isn’t cracking down hard enough.
- Days later, UBER-hater taxi company owner John Palreiro says he’s quitting the taxi business because of UBER.
- Seacoast Online editorial whines about UBER, tries to make drivers sound like dangerous people, supports city crackdown.
- UBER calls city officials “misinformed” in letter to mayor.
- Portsmouth city council kill a minor proposed deregulation of UBER at this week’s meeting.
- Letter to the editor of Seacoast Online supporting UBER, says council members who voted against deregulation should be “ashamed”.
- Church of the Sword loses its appeal at NH Supreme Court on its tax exemption case in Westmoreland.
- Free State Project early mover and state rep Mike Sylvia has put forth cannabis legalization legislation for 2016.
- Another corrupt NH police chief has been brought up on multiple corruption-related charges in Bartlett.
Whew! Stay tuned here to Free Keene for the latest in liberty-oriented news and activism from NH.