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New Hampshire Voters Outline Their Key Issues: In Tilton, Kimberly Chadwick says this election she’s concerned about “income disparity, which affects absolutely everything.” (@HadleyBGreen for WBUR) #whyIvote #nhvoter #newhampshire #nh #election #politics #NHmyissue
New Hampshire Voters Outline Their Key Issues: In Nashua, 61-year-old Shari Fritz says she's concerned about gun laws this election. "I still want the right to carry my gun. I have a concealed weapons permit to protect myself." (Photo: @hadleybgreen for WBUR) #whyIvote #nhvoter #newhampshire #nh #election #politics #NHmyissue
Dudley residents look on as attorney Jason Talerman, right, and civil engineer Imad Zrein present a plan for a Muslim cemetery in the central Massachusetts town. Currently, congregants of the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester have to travel 90 minutes to a cemetery in Connecticut to bury their dead. However, in the Muslim tradition, the dead should be buried as soon as possible. So, the Islamic center purchased farmland in Dudley to turn into a local cemetery. According to Muslim practice, the most recommended way of burying the dead is to put them into the ground without a casket. But in an area with high water tables, wetlands and private wells, residents have formed hard attitudes and anxieties. (Photo: Jesse Costa/WBUR) Get the full story by following today's link on our profile.
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