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For advocates of right-to-know law reform, this year’s legislative session is a mixed bag. A proposal to create a “right-to-know ombudsman” to...

Budget negotiators at the New Hampshire Statehouse aren’t budging yet on some big issues, but they’re plowing through others as their deadline...

Biggest issues facing budget

6/15/19

Midway through Wednesday, Republican and Democratic leaders were wearing brave faces. Gov. Chris Sununu had just delivered an animated press...

Enthusiastic clapping – and some furious flapping – marked the end to the saga of designating an official New Hampshire state raptor.Republican Gov...

The New Hampshire Senate failed to override Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto on a bill to temporarily increase Medicaid rates Thursday, after Republican...

Sports betting is close to becoming legal in New Hampshire.The House voted Thursday to accept the Senate’s minor changes to a bill that would...

Brien Murphy’s relationship with business taxes is as simple as it gets. The lower they are, he says, the easier it is to do business.“Keeping...

Lawmakers are closing in on a state budget, and Republican Gov. Chris Sununu is offering concessions, compromises and lines he won’t cross.The...

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