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Jennifer Hunger, drained by a COVID-delayed legislative process and fearful a law honoring her daughter would fade, admits she needed to “reignite....

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

There was full remote attendance during the most recent meeting of the New Hampshire House Ways and Means Committee. But one lawmaker, Committee...

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...

The New Hampshire House is considering recommending a constitutional amendment that would prevent future state laws from restricting firearm...

A New Hampshire state senator unaware he was unmuted during a remote hearing Wednesday apologized after calling a female colleague a vulgar name...

Lawmakers heard two bills Wednesday morning that would prevent the use of taxpayer dollars for abortion.The bills, HB-434 and HB 596, are just the...

Lawmakers in the Republican-led House are looking at measures that would criminalize abortion, prohibit late-term abortions and remove restrictions...

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