Garry Rayno - State House Dome
File this one under, "Be careful what you ask for."
Recently, Democratic councilor Andru Volinsky and Republican Joe Kenney took on an unusual task.
Sununu has called the problems in the state's child protective services the "DCYF crisis."
Senate President Chuck Morse is taking issue with Sen. Andy Sanborn's claim that probes into his behavior are politically motivated.
It's starting to look like 2019 could be the year the Legislature starts to pay more attention to so-called "grandfamilies."
Things are fairly quiet at the State House this time of year, but the machinery of government grinds on.
Tension over management of the state's wildlife has been building for more than a decade.
An advisory opinion issued by a divided state Supreme Court on Thursday did much more than provide legal cover for Gov. Chris Sununu to sign an election-related bill he once said he hated.
When leaders of the state employees union decided to make high-volume sales at state liquor stores a signature issue for 2018, they probably didn't anticipate it would cause a rift within the ranks.
Sununu was only two months in office when the House defeated Senate-sponsored right-to-work legislation in February 2017.
Many lawmakers have decided not to seek re-election in the fall, and Rep. Dave Bates, R-Windham, is in that group.
The statewide voter database, created by order of the Help American Vote Act of 2002, is the master file, and it's rich with voter data.
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