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Bill changes who gets free admission to New Hampshire parks

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CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire residents age 65 and older would get free admission to state recreation areas under a bill before the House. The older residents would get in free to day use parks, historical sites, beaches and state-operated ski areas. The free admission would not apply to uphill devices including ski lifts and trams or enterprise areas like the Flume Gorge. The bill would end...

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