Keith Murphy

Jon Ovington

A bill proposed in the state legislature would end Medicaid payments for circumcisions.

The bill’s sponsor, state representative Keith Murphy of Bedford, describes the practice as unethical.

"To me there’s something fundamentally wrong about strapping a baby boy to a board and amputating perfectly healthy, normal tissue," says Murphy.

Murphy adds trimming circumcisions from the state budget will save money, although how much will be determined by the legislature next year.

Monday, November 10

>>>Ani DiFranco at Stone Mountain Arts Center ~ Brownfield, ME ~ 207-935-7292

Tuesday, November 11

>>>Ani DiFranco at Stone Mountain Arts Center ~ Brownfield, ME ~ 207-935-7292

Song/ Artist/ Album/ Label

The Moonshiner/ The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem/ The Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem In Person at Carnegie Hall/ Sony Legacy

77 Lime Green Cadillac Hearse/ Jefferson Ross/ Isle Of Hope/ Jefferson Ross

Back In The Goodle Days/ John Hartford/ Aereo-Plain/ Rhino Warner

We Think We'll Keep Him/ Jim Henry/ The Wayback/ Jim Henry

My Father's Coat/ John Schindler/ Two-Step Man/ John Schindler

Friday, January 10

>>>Keller Williams at the Tupelo ~ Londonderry, NH  ~ 8pm ~

>>>John Fuzek at the Sunapee Coffeehouse ~ Sunapee, NH ~ 7pm ~ 603-763-2668

>>>Antje Duvekot and Seth Glier at Next Stage ~ Putney, VT ~ 7:30 PM ~, 802-254-9276


Saturday, January 11