Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Former New Hampshire state legislators Andrew Manuse and J.R. Hoell say they are on a mission to save American freedom with their “Reopen New Hampshire” petition, which demands the state lift economic restrictions imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. “I think the governor [Republican Chris Sununu] has overstepped his bounds,” Hoell told Fox News Wednesday.Supporters of Manuse and Hoell’s petition, which has garnered more than 4,700 signatures in the two weeks since it was posted, are holding a rally in front of the New Hampshire State House in Concord on Saturday, their second rally in three weekends.The closures have affected much of the state’s population of 1.3 million people, most of whom are healthy individuals. As of Wednesday morning, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services had reported 1,014 “current” cases of COVID-19, along with 106 “current” hospitalizations and 60 deaths attributed to the virus.Manuse told Fox he believes the individual should be allowed to determine what restrictions are best for them. “I think that that works a lot better than a top-down approach where the governor is telling everybody ‘one size fits all, this is


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