Why is corporate welfare OK when it is propping up solar power companies? 3
Nearly 30 percent of Americans are required to hold some sort of state license to provide for themselves and their families. Among the victims of this professional overregulation are hairdressers. 1
Granite Staters sent us to Concord to take action and to address New Hampshire's most critical public policy and program priorities. Last week, we passed a true New Hampshire budget, one without... 2
One of the most surreal moments in this year's legislative session took place Thursday afternoon as Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, D-Manchester, argued that he was opposing a bill funding increased... 6
Republicans have made the most of their first time in control of the New Hampshire State House in 14 years. 1
An innovative treatment for those with opioid addiction - ear acupuncture - took a giant step forward last week with legislators embracing a partisan compromise that will allow recovery workers on... 19
The mandatory retirement age for judges in NH is 70, and NH Supreme Court Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy is approaching that - even if she doesn't look it. 8
In the anniversary year of the Claremont II decision, the problem of education funding remains as vexing as ever, according to a report released last week by the N.H. Center for Public Policy Studies... 0
It is no surprise that not much has changed 20 years after the Claremont education lawsuit. 12
Three cyanobacteria warnings for New Hampshire lakes so far this year suggest more frequent occurrences, but also that more people “understand intuitively that when you see scum on a lake, it... 4
The state budget that lawmakers in the House and Senate will vote on today spends $11.7 billion. Of that amount, $4.9 billion will come from state taxes and fees, with most of the balance from... 7
The Executive Council on Wednesday approved a two-year, $275,000 contract with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England to launch an early intervention program for individuals at risk of... 4
New Hampshire Republicans this week are looking a lot more like a political party that can get things done than are the Democrats, who are looking more and more like a bunch of soreheads who would... 1
Two of the most conservative factions in the House of Representatives voiced support for the $11.7 billion state budget package that will be voted on today, greatly increasing its chances for passage. 1
When I sat down at the committee of conference table, I was hopeful. I thought that together, Republicans and Democrats, we could come together to support a compromise budget. 2
Twenty-two million Americans would lose insurance over the next decade under the Senate Republican healthcare bill, a nonpartisan congressional off...
A partial ban “is still a ban,” a New Hampshire advocate for immigrants said in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's order Monday allow...
The city's fire chief announced Tuesday that he is closing one fire house and reducing staffing at another beginning this Saturday over concerns ab...
An 80-year-old Georges Mills woman is recovering at home after being jumped by a bobcat in an attack that required 50 to 60 stitches to her face,...
A Brentwood man who died in a crash late Monday night likely was suffering from a medical condition related to his diabetes moments before his truck...
EPPING - Sig Sauer Academy's firing ranges facing Route 101 have been shut down after a state police investigation found that bullets were falling...
The city's fire chief announced Tuesday that he is closing one fire house and reducing staffing at another beginning this Saturday over concerns...
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