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‘ O’Brien comin’ up. First, you may recall the NH state rep who freaked out, called security and spilled all her paperwork because she saw me film her at a state house building. Now she gets filmed most every time I see her, but now I have her trained.
Around 2012, then-House-Speaker Bill O’Brien (a free stater ally) held a news conference that became controversial. Patch.com may have had the most accurate headline: “Newspaper Shut Out of O’Brien’s Press Conference.”
The Croydon ruling had to do with a free-stater-led effort to let parents choose what school their kids attend. The free staters have suceeded in this at the town level but face opposition from the state bureaucracy.
That’s Lynne Ober, her last reponse to me filming her was to go for my camera. Guess she’s trained too. ‘
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