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A national voter ID issue was settled by the Supreme Court on Monday while House and Senate negotiatiors in New Hampshire were supposed to negotiate several voter ID issues here.
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The state's new education tax credit program is unconstitutional because it diverts tax payments to religious schools, a superior court ruled Monday.
An estimated 22,300 poor, uninsured New Hampshire adults are caught in a philosophical crossfire over whether to expand Medicaid under President Barack Obama's federal health care overhaul law.
The Senate's chief budget negotiator drew a line in the sand Friday on the first day of talks on the state's operating budget for the next two years.
New Hampshire Republican leader and corruption fighter Andy Martin will hold a Manchester news conference today, June 14th to announce he is asking Governor Maggie Hassan to sign the proposed Northern Pass/wind turbine Site Evaluation Committee study law.
More than a century after guests at the Crawford House awoke to the "Breakfast Bell Polka," Plymouth State University is reviving some of long-lost music composed specifically to entertain guests at New Hampshire's grand hotels and keep them coming back for more.
A public meeting is being held on the future of a historic theater. The Strand Theater opened in 1919, but fell on hard times and closed in 2009.
With beach balls, tassels and mortar boards flying into the air, the Oyster River High School Class of 2013 celebrated their accomplishments together and looked ahead to their lives following high school.
Janet L. Ackerman has been named a vice president and commercial loan officer at Optima Bank & Trust's Bedford loan office.
Just before dawn in the early morning of Friday, July 1, the New Hampshire House and Senate recessed with no budget and no legal authority for the government to operate.
This weekend kids will have an opportunity to put their bike skills to the test and brush up on some safety rules at the second annual bike rodeo, put on by the Safe Routes to School task force.
Concord - In a desperate attempt to defend their Tea Party agenda of standing between New Hampshire citizens and affordable health care, New Hampshire Republicans are resorting to distorting former Governor Lynch's words and actions.
Concord - Poking yet another hole in the rapidly shrinking list of NHGOP talking points, the nonpartisan New Hampshire Fiscal Policy institute posted a letter from United States Department of Health and Human Services clearly stating that New Hampshire has the ability to opt in and out of Medicaid Expansion at any time.
Today is Flag Day, and whether folks mark the day by wearing patriotic colors, or attending one of many ceremonies being held around the state, one of the state's top American Legion officials has just one request.
The speaking presentation will include president of BAE Systems' Electronic Systems sector, Dan Gobel; NH Department of Health and Human Services' Commissioner Nicholas Toumpas; Maj.