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On July 22, Gov. Maggie Hassan signed Senate Bill 207, the Paycheck Fairness Act.
Gov. Maggie Hassan on Monday vetoed legislation that was designed to create a "positive work environment" for state workers, a bill she warned would have led to a flood of lawsuits against the state and disrupt workplace supervision.
Governor Maggie Hassan signed a bill into law late last week requiring nonprofit organizations that engage in political activities to report their expenditures.
Unions representing FairPoint Communications workers in northern New England say the sides remain far apart in contract negotiations.
The state airport in Rutland has won an $8 million dollar federal grant to make safety improvements.
Governor Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill she called "well-intentioned" aimed at protecting public employees from bullying in the workplace.
Gov. Maggie Hassan has signed a bill banning handheld cellphone use while driving in New Hampshire as of July 1, 2015.
For 5A1 2 weeks this summer, 267 students from 76 New Hampshire high schools came to the Concord school to pursue their academic passions and get a taste of the social conventions they will experience when they go to college.
Though there are many who may believe that women have achieved equity in the workplace, there is much left to be done.
In 2008, Joe Biden famously said that paying more in taxes was patriotic. Now the Obama administration and the Democrats in Congress are making a big push to defend high corporate taxes by using the same rhetoric.
There is a hue and cry being raised over the state of New Hampshire's real estate transfer tax, a 1.5 percent levy that is paid when most property in the state changes hands.
Maria Arvarado, of Haverhill, Mass. finds empty produce bins as she shops Thursday, July 24, 2014 at Market Basket supermarket in Haverhill, Mass.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hemingway has proposed a business flat tax as a way to boost New Hampshire's economy, but it is also part of his desire to achieve a smaller, more limited state government.
What do we make of the Senate Republican attack against Gov. Maggie Hassan for pursuing a "new, hidden tax" on ground leases by expanding the state tax on real estate transfer? At this juncture, it's still largely a "he said, he said" controversy, and the assault came from a unique, though politically predictable, source.
It's been called a David vs. Goliath story, a "Tale of Two Arthurs" and even the "ultimate Greek tragedy," but the characters in this drama are not Biblical or literary figures.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 04:12 am
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