In both Hampton Falls and Hampton, we organized sign waves all day yesterday. It was a great opportunity to meet more of the local folks up in Hampton.
The IMDB description of the action in Cuties is slightly different: “Frequent close up/slow shots of underage girls’ midsections, crotch, buttocks, while dancing provocatively (twerking, humping ground, on all fours, legs spread, bending over) and in minimal skin-tight clothing or underwear.”
“My job is to take my constituents’ concerns and act on them, and several of my constituents — many of them moms — have raised this issue with me. They believe Netflix is marketing directly to pedophiles,” Abramson said.
"In 2019 Rep. Max Abramson introduced HB 732 to broadly prohibit racial profiling by law enforcement and the courts. Due to procedural problems, that bill was tabled without further action. If reelected, Abramson may seek to introduce a similar bill in 2021."
"By midday, multiple efforts to introduce new bills also had failed, including a proposal by House Speaker Steve Shurtleff, D-Concord, to allow the Legislature to meet remotely and an attempt by Rep. Max Abramson, I-Seabrook, to resurrect a tabled bill that would ban racial profiling."
Rep. MAX ABRAMSON
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