Gov. Maggie Hassan answers a question as her Republican opponent, Walt Havenstein, listens during a live televised debate for governor hosted by WMUR, the New Hampshire Union Leader, and The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College on Wednesday.
Ebola, the economy and right-to-work legislation were among the topics that provided fodder for disagreement in Wednesday night's debate between Gov. Maggie Hassan and GOP challenger Walt Havenstein.
Supporters of Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican challenger, Walt Havenstein, waited along the side of the street before being allowed to cross at 5 p.m. outside of the Granite State Debate between the two at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Wednesday night
This campaign flyer has Donald Trump upset over the unauthorized use of his photo.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal of anti-abortion activists who challenged the regulatory approvals that allow Planned Parenthood to prescribe medication used to induce...READER COMMENTS: 48
Gun-rights advocates plan to push legislation to get rid of the state law requiring a license to carry a concealed weapon here.READER COMMENTS: 4
The House Finance Committee decided Wednesday not to recommend legislation next year that would increase charter school funding.READER COMMENTS: 1
House Finance Committee turns thumbs down on proposal to put $15.3 million surplus into the state's rainy day fund.
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Former Deputy Rockingham County Attorney Tom Reid filed a lawsuit against state Attorney General Joseph Foster claiming he is illegally withholding investigative files related to a months-long probe...READER COMMENTS: 0
The future of the Hills Memorial Library is uncertain as town officials consider ways to cut municipal spending in the coming years.