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The 2022 midterm elections may be more than a year and a half away, but national Republicans are already turning up the heat on U.S. Sen. Maggie...

The concern is high for New Hampshire school district superintendents that a COVID-related drop in student enrollment will cause education funding...

In each major election, hundreds of New Hampshire absentee voters are disenfranchised because of simple paperwork mistakes — and often, they might...

New Hampshire’s Executive Council on Wednesday confirmed John Formella, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s legal counsel, to be the next attorney...

A House subcommittee on Wednesday recommended adding a provision to the state budget to limit the governor’s power to renew a state of emergency...

An amendment to the state budget introduced on Monday may force family planning programs to relinquish all state funding that helps pay for...

Calls for more information on how New Hampshire police interact with people of color have fallen on deaf ears in the state Senate.This week the...

Efforts to raise both the federal and New Hampshire’s minimum wage are suffering setbacks.Yet, while Republicans in Concord and the nation’s...

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