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Two years after mandating that New Hampshire public schools provide feminine hygiene products in their bathrooms for free, some members of the New...

New Hampshire should move quickly to merge its community college and university systems, developing a solid plan within a year and implementing it...

Lawmakers in the New Hampshire State House are considering several bills aimed at protecting students' free speech and curtailing what their...

A new survey suggests that support among Granite Staters for New Hampshire’s century old tradition of holding the first primary in the presidential...

The New Hampshire House voted to expand New Hampshire’s “stand your ground law” Thursday, approving legislation that would allow people to use...

The Republican-led New Hampshire House passed two anti-abortion bills Wednesday during a chaotic session held at an indoor sports complex where...

 The New Hampshire House passed a bill that would refund fines issued to businesses for violating COVID-19 orders, the first successful rebuke of...

Another House session, another New Hampshire athletic complex. Members of the 400-member body once again gathered on socially distanced folding...

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