LAWMAKERS return this week to take up the four bills Gov. Maggie Hassan vetoed from the 2014 session.READER COMMENTS: 0
No one submitted enough voter nominating petitions to qualify for the general election ballot for major office this year.READER COMMENTS: 1
BUSINESS TAX CREDITS for private and religious school scholarships were ostensibly the Supreme Court's focus last Thursday, but its ruling reaches into the heart of citizens' challenging their...READER COMMENTS: 0
THE STATE CANDIDATES' first required contribution and expenditure reports were due last week and the money raised just grows and grows.READER COMMENTS: 0
MORE THAN ANY other issue, the battle over releasing preliminary figures on department spending for the recently concluded 2014 fiscal year says this is an election year.READER COMMENTS: 0
THE 2014 LEGISLATIVE session was a great year for victims' advocates as a number of significant bills made their way into law.READER COMMENTS: 0
Much was made this session about the state's Rainy Day Fund and the $15 million surplus from fiscal year 2013.
Garry Rayno's State House Dome: NH to host New England governors, Eastern Canadian premiers in Mount WashingtonREADER COMMENTS: 0
FOR THE FIRST in nearly two decades, New Hampshire will host the annual conference of New England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers.READER COMMENTS: 0
Fiscal 2014 is history, but lawmakers will not know the true picture of the state's financial health until later this year.READER COMMENTS: 1
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week that states cannot unilaterally establish buffer zones around abortion clinics in order to block potential clashes between pro-choice and anti-abortion...
Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Democrats and Republicans parties round out their next tickets in NHREADER COMMENTS: 0
DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS had one last chance to fill party tickets last week by naming candidates for any seats still vacant after the filing period closed June 13.READER COMMENTS: 1
The curtain has come down on the legislative session except for vetoes from Gov. Maggie Hassan, and there will be one or two.READER COMMENTS: 0
WEDNESDAY was a day for goodbyes as the two-year legislative session ended, as did the careers of some longtime lawmakers.
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