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Two days after a House representative was admonished by the chairman of the Criminal Justice committee for referring to LGBTQ people as having a...

A New Hampshire representative referred to LGBTQ people as having a “deviant sexuality” on Monday, derailing debate on a bill sought out by LGBTQ...

The House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of a bill Tuesday that would prevent mobile app companies from sharing an owner’s location unless...

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

Two House committees heard testimony Monday on a batch of bills born out of the backlash against Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s actions during the...

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...

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