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For someone who puts no credence in the traditional concept of the capitalized God, I’ve always been unusually fascinated by the ways in which religion has guided history, and how history has sometimes guided the course of religion. Especially in rural environments, religious buildings exert…

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In my column last week, I urged Gov. Chris Sununu to sign HB 109 and HB 514, dealing with gun violence. Between submission of my column on Thursday and publication on Saturday, he vetoed both of those bills. In his veto statement, he stated that these bills “would not solve our national issu…

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When it comes to health care, we live in a divided nation. Decades of disinvestment have left rural areas with significantly less access to critical care. The painful result: if you live in a rural area, you are more likely to get sicker and die younger than those living in cities.