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New Hampshire Man Fights for Clothesline Rights
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New Hampshire Man Fights for Clothesline Rights

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New Hampshire Man Fights for Clothesline Rights

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A New Hampshire activist is going to the ropes for what he calls the "right to dry." That's "dry" outdoors, with a clothesline.

Clotheslines are banned in many communities, but with all of the concern over global climate change and energy prices, Alexander Lee is out to make sure that clotheslines will be welcome in every community in New Hampshire, and the rest of the country.

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