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New Hampshire Senate President Donna Soucy isn’t betting the farm on Senate Bill 10 – her bill to increase New Hampshire’s minimum wage – securing...

Whatever happens during veto override days this week, the occasion will be historic. Even if not much happens at all. House and Senate lawmakers...

Morgan Browne goes by many labels, but one soars above the rest: mother. That was clear enough Wednesday, when Brown and her one-year-old took to...

James Piet counts himself a supporter of environmental protection. But that’s not what brought him into the Legislative Office Building Tuesday.The...

Even as Concord politicians remain divided about the direction of New Hampshire’s budget, one proposal has found common ground: sending money to...

State employees who retired before July 2014 will be getting a modest boost to their pensions soon, after the signature of a bill by Gov. Chris...

After months of talks, the race to get a budget deal for New Hampshire is entering the final stretch.Top lawmakers in the House and Senate met with...

Concord lawyer Jay Surdukowski is exploring a potential run for Executive Council in District 2, the first to put his name in as Councilor Andru...

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