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The New Hampshire Senate passed a “right to work” bill Thursday, advancing a longstanding Republican effort to make union membership dues optional...

After a summer of protest over police conduct, some lawmakers are looking at the next item of reform: school resource officers.A bill presented to...

Bill requires lactation spaces

2/4/21

The New Hampshire Senate voted Thursday for a bill to require New Hampshire companies to allow new mothers to pump breast milk at work, moving...

Two months before tax day, New Hampshire lawmakers are racing to pass legislation to protect businesses from paying state taxes on Paycheck...

A four-year Republican effort to lower New Hampshire’s business profits tax to 7.5% is moving forward with renewed energy this year – two years...

Four years after falling short, the push for a right-to-work law in New Hampshire is back. A group of Republican senators and representatives are...

Three months after the New Hampshire Supreme Court delivered a transformative ruling over government personnel practices, including police...

As the Legislature grapples with a number of efforts to increase police transparency in the state, Tuesday will be an early test for lawmakers...

A group of Republican lawmakers is pushing for an expansion to net metering in New Hampshire, again. This time, they say they may have Gov. Chris...

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is seeking to fast-track a bill allowing towns to postpone their town meetings as far back as July, as concerns...

New Hampshire is now in line to receive the first chunk of a $46 million grant intended to double the state’s charter schools over five years, in...

New Hampshire House and Senate Republicans plan to move ahead this week on the first piece of a $46 million federal grant to help double the state...

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