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The New Hampshire Labor News is a group of NH Workers who believe that we need to protect ourselves against the attacks on workers. We are proud union members who are working to preserve the middle class. The NHLN talks mostly about news and politics from NH. We also talk about national issues that effect working men and women here in the Granite State.

Become A Progressive Advocate With NH New Leaders Council

new-leaders-councilNH New Leaders Council looks to the Granite State to develop the next generation of progressive advocates

November 10, 2016, Concord, NH – New Leaders Council NH was founded in 2015 to help expand and deepen the pipeline of progressive entrepreneurs and advocates in New Hampshire.  We are currently recruiting interested individuals to apply for their second institute in New Hampshire.  Dates and information about the 2017 Institute may be found online.

NLC’s flagship program is the Institute, a rigorous 5-month training program that focuses on entrepreneurship, advocacy, organizing, and fundraising. NLC seeks out the top tier of emerging progressive leaders from around the country for the Institute, building a community of vetted, trained progressive leaders with the skills and support system to help to change the way politics is done and foster a more equitable, just America.  

Because of NLC’s commitment to recruiting and training outside of traditional power structures, the NLC Institute is FREE for all Fellows.

New Leaders Council is a national  501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2006 to recruit, train and promote the next generation of progressive leaders. New Hampshire’s chapter was founded in 2015 and has already graduated over 30 fellows.  

Interested candidates should apply  by November 14, 2016 online at www.newleaderscouncil.org/apply_to_be_a_2017_nlc_fellow 

Some Silver Linings Emerge From Last Nights New Hampshire Elections

Today we have some good news to report.

First, Governor Maggie Hassan has defeated Senator Kelly Ayotte in the US Senate Election.  By a slim 716 vote margin, Hassan wins.

As we’ve gotten more results overnight and this morning, it’s clear that we have maintained the lead and have won this race.  

This morning, there are only a few small towns left outstanding and I hope these remaining votes are quickly recorded. 

When they are, we are confident that our margins are large enough that we will maintain a lead.  

It is clear that we have won, and I am proud to stand here as the next United States Senator from New Hampshire.

It will be my job in the U.S. Senate to make the best decisions for New Hampshire to work with President-elect Trump when it is in the best interest of New Hampshire and the country, and to stand up to him when it isn’t.

As you all know, I entered public service as an advocate for people who experience disabilities. People whose voices are too often not heard. I believe we are stronger when we listen to all voices and all perspectives. We are stronger when we are working to ensure that every person has the opportunity to share in our nation’s success. 

And ensuring that we are expanding opportunity to all of our citizens will be my guiding principle in the United States Senate. 

I want to take a moment to congratulate Governor-elect Chris Sununu. I spoke to him this morning, and pledged to do everything I can to ensure a smooth and successful transition.  

In the United States Senate, I will always put the people of New Hampshire first. And together, we will work to heal the divisions this election has exposed and build a future where all Granite Staters are included in our shared economic success. 

Second, Congresswoman Annie Kuster won her reelection effort in the Second Congressional District.

“In my time serving in Congress, I’ve focused on working across the aisle to improve opportunity for all Granite Staters. Working with Republicans, Democrats, and Independents to achieve real results, that’s the New Hampshire way. 

“I first want to thank my opponent, Jim Lawrence, for a spirited debate and an honorable campaign focused on the issues. 

“I also want to thank my family for their support and the volunteers who made calls, knocked on doors, and put out signs; I could not have done this without all of you. And of course, I want to thank all the voters. Thank you for trusting me with the responsibility of being your voice in Congress. 

“While we have accomplished a great deal, there is still important work to be done. I’m committed to bringing together Republicans and Democrats to get the much needed funding to support those on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic and to improve access to high-quality healthcare for our veterans. We also need to make sure students can get the education they need to succeed without being crushed by college debt. We must create jobs and grow our economy. And it’s long past time we changed the culture around sexual assault in our nation. I look forward to continuing my work on these critical issues facing the Granite State.

“I’m humbled by the faith you have put in me. I’m committed to the task at hand, and I look forward to continuing to fight for you in Washington.”

Lastly, in the First Congressional District we defeated Frank Guinta and returned Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter to her rightful place in the House.

“I am grateful to the voters of New Hampshire’s First District for electing me again to serve the good people of our district. Since the beginning, I’ve worked to represent ‘The Rest of Us.’ That was our message during this campaign, and I am looking forward to working for the rest of us in Congress. 

Our country has just endured a difficult campaign, but we must move forward together and work with each other to restore the American Dream. My priorities haven’t changed: I know we can build an economy that works for everyone, not just a few. That’s why I’ll keep fighting for good, middle-class jobs. It’s why I’ll again support investing in medical research, infrastructure, clean air, safe drinking water, education, and safe communities. I was a military spouse and am grateful to my husband and all veterans for their service, and I am pleased that I can be an advocate again for our veterans, our military men and women, and their families.

My staff and I have years of experience serving constituents, and we are well prepared and happy to help any citizens of our district who need assistance. I know that public office is a public trust, and I thank New Hampshire’s citizens for the great honor of representing them,” said Carol Shea-Porter.

We at the NH Labor News would like to personally congratulate our friends Maggie, Annie, and Carol on their electoral wins.  We look forward to working with this strong women leaders over the coming years.

ROC United Applauds Maine and Flagstaff, AZ for Eliminating Tipped Minimum Wage

Maine becomes the eighth state to establish One Fair Wage for all workers

Last night the state of Maine and city of Flagstaff, Arizona celebrate unprecedented victories when their leaders and citizens pass ballot initiatives eliminating the tipped minimum wage and establishing One Fair Wage for all workers. An incredible victory for the residents of Maine and Flagstaff, tonight’s results have national implications, galvanizing a movement for One Fair Wage that is gaining momentum and inroads in cities and states across the country. 

Last night’s results will have a transformational impact on the lives of tipped workers in Maine and Flagstaff. Largely women and people of color working in casual dining establishments like Denny’s or The Olive Garden, tipped workers are forced to accept a lower, sub minimum wage (an abysmal $2.13 at the federal level), and thus rely on tips — i.e. the whims of customers — rather than their employers to make ends meet. Tipped workers face disproportionate rates of poverty, sexual harassment and discrimination as a result of the precariousness of living off tips. The establishment of One Fair Wage in Maine and Flagstaff will provide the economic stability necessary to ensure these workers can adequately support themselves and their families. 

On a larger scale, these important victories will inspire workers and their allies nationwide to keep up the fight for One Fair Wage. New York State, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Washington D.C. are just a few of the locations where the movement is gaining considerable ground. 

Earlier this year, the Democratic Party endorsed One Fair Wage as necessary policy for the entire country. 

ROC United Co-Founder and Co-Director, Saru Jayaraman said, “Congratulations to the people of Maine and Flagstaff, Arizona for ensuring that all workers, tipped or untipped, receive a fair, living wage for their hard work. With last night’s results, Maine joins seven other One Fair Wage states — including California and the entire West Coast — all of which have seen their restaurant industries flourish since eliminating the subminimum wage. Maine and Flagstaff are this movement’s latest victories, but they certainly will not be the last.” She continues, “While we join workers and their allies in celebrating this important victory, we know that this fight is far from over. Our movement will only continue to grow as more and more Americans learn of the incredible hardships facing our nation’s tipped workers. All workers — tipped or untipped — deserve the dignity of a fair, living wage. We applaud the great state of Maine and the wonderful city of Flagstaff for leading the way toward a better, brighter, and fairer tomorrow for our nation’s tipped workers.”

Chris Sununu Refuses to Condemn Top Surrogate’s Misogynistic Comments About Hillary Clinton

Concord, N.H. – Even as Chris Sununu continues taking his strategy straight from the Trump playbook, such as claiming our electoral system is “rigged,” he’s continuing to employ one of his favorite tactics—refusing to condemn the sexist and misogynistic comments of his allies. 

“John H. Sununu, Chris’ father and top surrogate, made some of the most sexist and chauvinistic remarks of this campaign, and Chris Sununu doesn’t have the decency to even comment, let alone disavow his disgusting comments,” NHDP Chair Ray Buckley. “Chris Sununu is failing a leadership test every time he stays silent in the face of misogyny.”

Speaking at Donald Trump’s Atkinson rally John H. Sununu, asked the crowd, “Do you think Bill was referring to Hillary when he said, ‘I did not have sex with that women?’”

The comments made global, national and local headlines, but Chris Sununu never commented and refused to disavow his father’s comments. John is Chris’ top surrogate and was the first to urge him to run for governor.

WMUR: John H. Sununu mocks Bill, Hillary Clinton in warmup to Trump: Sullivan said that the elder Sununu asked the crowd to support his son, as well as Trump, and so was acting as a surrogate for his son at the rally. Since the former governor was in that role, she said, ‘Chris Sununu has an obligation to apologize just as any candidate should apologize for any offensive comments made by a surrogate…the Chris Sununu campaign had no immediate response…”

NH1: At Trump rally, ex-NH governor Sununu mocks Bill and Hillary Clinton; apologizes later: “This is beneath the office of Governor of New Hampshire, and Chris Sununu should put common decency ahead of his own political interests by condemning these comments and tell Governor Sununu to apologize immediately…there’s been no response from Chris Sununu’s campaign.” 

Slate: The Clinton’s Don’t Have Sex, So Don’t Vote For Hillary: Opening for Donald Trump at a New Hampshire rally on Friday, former New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu implied that Hillary Clinton’s husband does not want to have sex with her…we have reached out to Chris Sununu’s campaign to ask how the he feels about his father judging a presidential candidate by her imagined sex life four days before the election and will update this post if we hear back. 

Boston Globe: At Trump rally, Sununu makes crude joke about Clinton: “The state Democratic Party did not laugh, saying Sununu’s comment was “misogynistic” and calling on his son, Chris Sununu to disavow them.”

NECN: Trump Surrogate Sununu Jokes That Bill Clinton Was Talking About Hillary When He Said ‘I Did Not Have Sex With That’: “‘This is beneath the office of Governor of New Hampshire, and Chris Sununu should put common decency ahead of his own political interests by condemning these comments and tell Governor Sununu to apologize immediately,’ said Matt Trojan, communications director for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Colin Van Ostern.”

Union Leader: John H. Sununu blasts Clintons at Trump rally 

Eagle Tribune: Trump promises change at rally that angers Dems

Washington Post: At Trump rally, former N.H. governor jokes about the Clintons’ sex life

CNN: Sununu: Was Bill Clinton’s ‘woman’ comment about Hillary?

Mother Jones: Yet Another Sexist Hillary Clinton Joke From a Trump Surrogate

Associated Press: Dems denounce Sununu remarks on Clinton sex life

Daily Caller: Former Gov. John Sununu Takes Jab at Hillary

The Independent: Donald Trump surrogate and ex-governor openly makes lewd joke about Hillary Clinton’s sex life

Kelly Ayotte’s Fast Food Photo Ops Don’t Change Her Opposition To Raising The Minimum Wage

Concord, N.H. — Kelly Ayotte’s photo ops at fast food restaurants don’t change the fact that she has consistently sided with her special interest backers like the Koch Brothers in opposing an increase to the minimum wage. Kelly Ayotte earns $83.65 per hour, a rate that is over 11 times New Hampshire’s $7.25 minimum wage, yet in Washington she has repeatedly voted against helping working families earn a livable wage.

Raising the minimum wage to $12 per hour would give an estimated 141,000 hard working Granite State employees a raise and send positive ripple effects through New Hampshire’s economy. But when the Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity urged Senators to vote against a measure to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 in 2014, Kelly Ayotte turned her back on her constituents and obliged.

New Hampshire is tied for the lowest minimum wage in the country, and its voters strongly support an increase to this wage. A poll earlier this year found that 70% of Granite State voters support raising the minimum wage to at least $10 an hour, but Kelly Ayotte put the Koch Brothers before the people she represents and voted against such a measure.

“Kelly Ayotte opposes a common-sense measure to ensure fast food workers earn a livable wage, so her posing for photos at a drive through window is tone deaf and offensive,” said New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley. “Working families in New Hampshire know that Kelly Ayotte puts the Koch Brothers before the people of our state, and they won’t be fooled by her campaign season photo ops.”

Michelle Obama Encourages Granite Staters To Vote For Maggie Hassan

 First Lady Michelle Obama: “Maggie’s problem solving approach to leadership is exactly what we need in the U.S. Senate”

CONCORD –  Today, Maggie for NH released a new web ad featuring First Lady Michelle Obama encouraging Granite Staters to vote for Maggie Hassan for Senate on Tuesday. In the ad, the First Lady highlighted Governor Hassan’s problem solving approach and record of getting results, including her work to make college more affordable, create good paying jobs, and fight for New Hampshire’s children.

Watch the ad HERE.

“I want to talk about a leader who’s made a real difference for families all across New Hampshire, your Governor, Maggie Hassan… Maggie’s problem solving approach to leadership is exactly what we need in the U.S. Senate. And that’s why I am asking you to vote for Maggie Hassan for U.S. Senate. Every vote matters, so be sure to cast yours for Maggie, and make your voice heard.” said First Lady Michelle Obama in the ad.

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s Metal Trades Council Endorses Maggie Hassan for U.S. Senate

hassan-psny-metal-trade2Metal Trades Council President: “Governor Hassan is a true champion of the shipyard and its workers, and we know she’ll be our voice in the Senate” 

Governor Hassan: “The Shipyard plays such a critical role in our national security and in the Senate, I’ll fight tirelessly to strengthen the Shipyard”

PORTSMOUTH – Today, Governor Maggie Hassan accepted the Metal Trades Council endorsement – the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s largest trade union. Governor Hassan received the endorsement this afternoon in Portsmouth. 

“I’m tremendously proud to have the endorsement of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s Metal Trades Council,” said Governor Maggie Hassan. “Thanks to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of its workers, the Shipyard continues to set the gold standard for productivity. The Shipyard plays such an important role in both national security and the Seacoast economy. In the Senate, I’ll work to strengthen the Shipyard and I will vigorously fight any attempt to close the facility – including opposing a new Base Closure and Realignment Commission round. I look forward to doing everything within my power to make sure Congress invests in the Shipyard’s workforce and infrastructure, including modernizing and enhancing the efficiency of the Shipyard’s facilities and preparing the workers of tomorrow through STEM education programs.

“Governor Hassan is a true champion of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and its workers, and we know she’ll be our voice in the Senate,” said Metal Trades Council President Mark Vigliotta. “From her time as a State Senator to the Governor’s office, Maggie Hassan has delivered results for New Hampshire’s workers and there’s nobody better prepared to stand up for us in Washington.”

hassan-psny-metal-trade1“I’ve seen firsthand Governor Maggie Hassan’s commitment to protecting the Shipyard and it’s workers,” said former Metal Trades Council President Paul O’Connor. “To build on the progress she’s been able to make by bringing people together here in New Hampshire, we need to send Governor Hassan to the Senate. I know that Governor Hassan will always fight to keep the Shipyard open and to protect our workforce, and Washington could use her commonsense and commitment to bipartisan problem solving.”  

As a State Senator, Maggie Hassan helped turn back a misguided effort to close the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. She sponsored– and secured unanimous bipartisan passage of – legislation providing state funding for the Seacoast Shipyard Association, which played a pivotal role in saving the Shipyard from the Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). 

As Governor, she has fought for critical Shipyard priorities including helping secure funding to replace the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge, which provides a crucial rail link to the Shipyard. In order to boost the economy and strengthen the economic security of thousands of Granite Staters, And she has worked to expand access to Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) programs in our schools to ensure a 21st century workforce pipeline for all industries in New Hampshire. 

In the United States Senate, she will fight any attempt to close the facility – including opposing a new Base Closure and Realignment Commission round. And she will also work to fully reverse sequestration and end the threat of uncertain budgets and furloughs. She will support new barracks and dry dock refurbishment, ensure that the Shipyard’s personnel get full per diems when they travel, fully fund the submarine fleet that the Navy says it needs, and look for new ways to diversify and expand the Shipyard’s mission going forward.

State’s Drug Addiction Epidemic Impacts Operation Santa Claus

 It’s that time of year!  The Operation Santa Claus (OSC) volunteers are busy at work matching sponsors with children for the 2016 Operation Santa Claus holiday program. But they are coming up short on sponsors and need your help. 

More children than ever before have been identified by NH Dept. of Health & Human Services Case workers as in need of the program.  This is attributable to the large number of children who have a history of one or both parents being addicted to illicit drugs. 

Due to the increased need, the all-volunteer program is in need of more sponsors. We ask that you open your heart and sponsor one or more children. You will receive a form with the child’s history, first name, gender, age, sizes and items the child needs and wants for Christmas.  We ask that you spend a minimum of $70 per child.  If that amount is beyond your budget, please consider co-sponsoring a child with your family, friends or co-workers.  You can access a sponsor form here.  Please email your completed form to seaosc@seiu1984.org or fax it to 603-271-6525.

There are gift drop off sites throughout the state and you will be able to bring your gifts to a location near you.  You will be given specific information about packaging and delivery options when you receive your child(ren)’s case sheet(s). Children from 0-17 yrs. of age are eligible for the program.

Established in 1960 Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is a non-profit organization founded by the State Employees’ Association of New Hampshire/SEIU Local 1984.  The program happens as a result of the volunteer efforts of retired and active state employees each year. Operation Santa Claus’ mission is to provide holiday gifts for NH children who are without resources and deserving of help.  Without OSC, their holiday would be just another day – without gifts, without things they need, much less want.

When the program began, it benefited 14 children and State Troopers delivered the gifts from county to county.  Today, the program benefits over 3,000 children each year and the delivery would not be possible without the generous participation of the NH National Guard.

NH Senate Candidate Posts Racist Video Attacking Black Lives Matter Movement

Have you seen this?  The Republican candidate for New Hampshire Senate in District 4 just posted this racist rant about the Black Lives Matter movement and his opponent, Senator David Watters, support of the movement.


Support First RespondersI support the police and all first responders, while my opponent (Professor Watters) helps spread the false narrative that is getting cops killed all over the country.

Posted by Bill O’Connor for State Senate on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

I don’t even know where to begin but I guess the first thing to say is: Supporting the black lives matter movement does not mean that a person is anti-police.

The Black Lives Matter movement is about bringing attention to the systemic racism that exists in some police departments and the excessive use of force when people of color are involved.  This has been an epidemic in many communities yet has not received much main stream attention until the Black Lives Matter movement began.

O’Connor tries to connect Senator Watters support and participation in a Black Lives Matter “die-in” protest to Watters condoning violence against the police. The two are mutually exclusive.  The majority of Black Lives Matters protests have been peaceful acts of non-violence and organizers have condemned violent actions by people claiming to be a part of the movement.

It is unclear what shooting O’Connor was referencing but he mentioned murdered police officers I will assume that he was referring to the protests in Dallas, Texas on July 7th after the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.  After the tragic shootings of 11 police officers in Dallas, Black Lives Matters organizers in Dallas released the following statement:

As we have done for decades, we marched and protested to highlight the urgent need to transform policing in America, to call for justice, transparency and accountability, and to demand that Black Lives Matter.

In Dallas, many gathered to do the same, joining in a day of action with friends, family, and co-workers. Their efforts were cut short when a lone gunman targeted and attacked 11 police officers, killing five. This is a tragedy—both for those who have been impacted by yesterday’s attack and for our democracy. There are some who would use these events to stifle a movement for change and quicken the demise of a vibrant discourse on the human rights of Black Americans. We should reject all of this.

Black activists have raised the call for an end to violence, not an escalation of it. Yesterday’s attack was the result of the actions of a lone gunman. To assign the actions of one person to an entire movement is dangerous and irresponsible. We continue our efforts to bring about a better world for all of us.

The fact is that millions of Americans support the Black Lives Matter movement that wants to end the unfair targeting of people of color.  Yes, it is true that Senator Watters has an adopted son who is black. Like every father I am sure he only wants the best for his son. This would include not being unfairly targeted because of the color of his skin.

Senator Watters directly responded to the video in this short statement:

The Chair of the Strafford County Republican Party, Bill O’Connor, has denigrated my commitment to equality as solely due to being the proud father of an African American son. His campaign is leading the Strafford County Republican Party into the dark corners of the alt-right’s attacks on people of color and immigrants. I have campaigned on creating jobs and educational opportunities, and on trusting women’s healthcare decisions, and, yes, on equality for all. 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. proclaimed “Let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire.” I call on Republicans, Democrats, and Independents to reject divisive politics on election day.

This Trump style of race baiting has to stop.  We are better than this and when we reject candidates like Bill O’Connor hopefully they will see that their message of hate and exclusion is the wrong way to keep New Hampshire moving in the right direction.

One more thing to note: Bill O’Connor posted this video as a way to show his support of America’s police officers but failed to mention that when he was state representative he voted for Bill O’Brien’s budget that cut funding for local police and fire departments and forced them to pay more into the state retirement system.

Comey Has Kentucky Dems Doubly Determined To Vote For Clinton


AFT Local 1360

Some in the media think—and the Donald Trump campaign hopes–that the latest email controversy might depress Hillary Clinton’s vote next Tuesday.

Piling on, reactionary radio commentator Hugh Hewitt bloviated on MSNBC that Democratic enthusiasm for Clinton is “hemorrhaging” and that even “hard core Democrats are shaking their heads.”

Supposedly, the poor Clintonites are so shattered, dispirited and ashamed that they’ll stay home next Tuesday.

Baloney. FBI Director James Comey’s “October surprise” is more likely to boost Democratic turnout.

Waving a red flag in front of a bull? Too trite.

Comey’s revelation is like sporting orange at a Big Apple St. Patrick’s Day parade, singing “Rocky Top” at Rupp Arena, or trash talking Springsteen in Jersey. (For non-Kentuckians, Rupp Arena is the University of Kentucky Wildcats basketball team’s home court.)   

Fellow Democrats I know are anything but bummed. They’re ballistic and plan to prove it in seven days. I’m with them all the way to the voting booth.

Bernie Sanders was my first choice for president, but I’m Ready for Hillary. I was already in a climb-every-mountain, ford-every-stream mode about voting for her.

Comey has made me willing to crawl through broken glass, too.

I don’t know what motivated Comey, a Republican. If he aimed to boost Trump, I’d bet the farm he blew it.

A lot of Democrats believe he deliberately put his thumb on the scales. They say their suspicions are confirmed with news that Comey failed to mention a reported preliminary FBI probe into Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, and his foreign business dealings, notably with Russia. Supposedly, Comey feared bringing it up might influence the election.

Comey also allegedly refused to add the FBI’s name to U.S. intelligence agency reports that Russia was involved with the WikiLeaks email hacking. He allegedly said—you guessed it—it was too close to the election.

Ya think?  

Comey’s apparent double standard has my Kentucky Democratic buddies doubly determined to put Clinton in the White House. (Me, too.) I emailed some of them—-a lawyer, union members, college students, teachers, health care professionals and others. They replied:   

“I vote my conviction. I vote working families. HRC and the rest of the Democratic candidates.”

“I’ve already voted for Clinton, and I’m proud of my vote. Comey’s behavior is so bizarre that it becomes suspicious for breaking every FBI and DOJ rule with this premature announcement before the facts are gathered.” (This came from a lawyer.)

“I’m excited that the most qualified person ever is our nominee for president! She’s been vilified for years and has come through with her head held high. She’s fought for the weak and underprivileged and is an example to all young women—when you’re in the right, keep fighting, even when it seems the world is against you!!”

“Really, Kellyanne Conway, you think I am too discouraged to vote?  I have voted in every election since I was 18 and voted for Jimmy Carter by absentee from my dorm room in Lexington.  You think anything which includes the words ‘Anthony Weiner’ is going to tempt me into letting a racist a**hole represent me on the world stage?  Kellyanne, you underestimate my resolve.” 

“I can tell you how I feel. I will vote for HRC no matter what.”

“This is an easy call. HRC all the way. I will always take pretty standard cronyism over looming fascism. Every time.”

“We have no choice!  For the future of our democracy, we must defeat Donald Trump and elect HRC.”

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