The state’s work requirement under Medicaid expansion was the target of a federal lawsuit brought by New Hampshire Legal Assistance on Wednesday, along with the National Health Law Program and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice.
CONCORD — Municipal officials from across the state surrounded Gov. Chris Sununu on Thursday and showered him with praise for recommending millions of dollars in state surplus for local projects through what he’s calling the Governor’s Capital Infrastructure Revitalization Fund.
CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu, a two-term Republican, and the all-Democratic congressional delegation celebrated news the Trump administration that New Hampshire would be getting a 50-percent increase in its federal grant to battle the opioid crisis.
Four years ago, fourth graders from Lincoln Akerman School in Hampton Falls watched in shock and confusion as a bill filed on their behalf as part of a civics project became the vehicle for a graphic attack on Planned Parenthood from the well of the New Hampshire House.
At the close of its session Wednesday night, the New Hampshire House of Representatives erupted in partisan rancor after House Majority Leader Douglas Ley, R-Jaffrey, admonished his colleagues for being disrespectful to others.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire House on Tuesday passed two gun control bills, one requiring background checks for all firearms sales or transfers, and another imposing a waiting period between the purchase and delivery of a gun.
U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown said the man who murdered 50 in two Muslim mosques to foment race and religious dissent will fail because the country’s people are rallying behind one another as Americans did after 9/11.
CONCORD — People born in New Hampshire will be able to obtain a revised birth certificate identifying them as male, female or neither male nor female as long as they have a notarized statement from their health care provider, if a bill passed by the House of Representatives on Thursday becomes law.
Two days after several more New Hampshire communities voted to allow keno at local venues, the state Senate passed a bill to redirect keno revenue away from kindergarten funding and into a newly created school building fund.
CONCORD — A poster to promote the raffle of a 22-caliber rifle called the Cherry Frost has Legislative Protective Services investigating the matter as a possible threat to state Rep. Sherry Frost, a vocal Democrat on gun control and other issues that have garnered national attention.
CONCORD — A proposal to eliminate the toll at Exit 11 of the F.E. Everett Turnpike in Merrimack is gaining momentum in the State House, now that the bill has been amended to keep the toll in place until the 30-year bonds floated in the 1990s to pay for the three Merrimack exchanges on the tu…