Byline: By ANNMARIE TIMMINS

Lawmakers look to make records removal easier

5/11/22

Currently, the state will remove a person’s immunization records from its new vaccine registry only if their former or current health care provider...

Attorney general defends YDC settlement fund

5/10/22

Attorney General John Formella defended his proposed $100 million Youth Development Center abuse settlement fund Monday, pushing back against...

In early April, a woman arrived at the Equality Health Center to terminate a pregnancy she wanted but was too ill to continue. Dehydrated from...

As the House did in March, the Senate on Thursday gave its overwhelming support to a bill that would create a $100 million settlement fund for the...

When Rep. Melissa Litchfield prepared to record votes on Senate Bill 234 Tuesday, she warned her fellow House Education Committee members she might...

Gov. Chris Sununu has urged Republicans to loosen the 24-week abortion ban he signed into law last year by adding an exception for babies who won’t...

A flaw in involuntary admissions process

4/14/22

A dire shortage of treatment beds has kept people suffering a mental health crisis languishing in emergency rooms for days and weeks without access...

The House has passed two bills this session that would make ivermectin, which is not approved for treating COVID-19, more easily available for...

A “sham” breast cancer charity had to pay donors nearly $5,800 in restitution following an investigation by the Attorney General’s Office. That...

The state has just over $300,000 in grant money for Alzheimer’s caregivers to cover their absence when they need a break to recharge. A bill likely...

Nearly a dozen people have expressed interest in redeveloping the 216-acre former Lakes Region prison site in Laconia – and it’s no wonder.The...

The House overwhelmingly supported a one-time $500 payment to help some retirees with increased expenses rather than provide them an ongoing 1.5...

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