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A group of Republican lawmakers is pushing for an expansion to net metering in New Hampshire, again. This time, they say they may have Gov. Chris...

The New Hampshire House will meet Wednesday in a parking lot to carry out its first session of 2021, an official in the House speaker’s office...

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is seeking to fast-track a bill allowing towns to postpone their town meetings as far back as July, as concerns...

In signing the end-of-year spending package last month, President Donald Trump put in motion the latest stimulus effort by Congress to address the...

New year, new laws: Changes for 2021

1/2/21

Changes to New Hampshire state laws on sexual assault take effect in the new year.Starting Jan. 1, the definition of sexual assault expanded to...

New Hampshire was home to premiere Senate battles in the 2014 and 2016 elections, and it might well be again in 2022, depending on what happens in...

A plan to assemble the New Hampshire House of Representatives in a parking lot and carry out a “drive-in” voting session next month has set off new...

A small group of Republican state representatives have signed onto a “termination of the state” document that declares New Hampshire’s government...

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