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Can N.H.'s New Campaign Finance Rules Hold Up In Court?
Paid for by a conservative nonprofit called Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, they targeted Republican state senators who supported Medicaid expansion and a four-cent hike in the state gas tax.
NH candidates face dreaded dog days of summer
With the Fourth of July well behind us and only 51 days until the September New Hampshire primary election, candidates of all stripes now come face to face with these four dreaded words: With the Fourth of July well behind us and only 51 days until the September New Hampshire primary election, candidates of all stripes now come face to face with ... (more)
A big, quiet bill becomes law
This is the story of just one of the 700-plus bills that came before the New Hampshire Legislature this year.
Massachusetts casino debate may have profound effect on NH
Will the battle over whether to repeal casinos in Massachusetts affect the debate for one in New Hampshire next year? What can't be denied is that this could be one of the most expensive and potentially one of the closest battles for survival in recent history.
Campaign finance reform has died
Let this be a response to Executive Editor Howard Altschiller's June 22 Seacoast Sunday opinion piece titled "N.H. Rebellion walking in the right direction."
Supreme Court ruling casts uncertainty on NH law on abortion buffer zones
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down protest-free zones around abortion clinics in Massachusetts is casting uncertainty on a similar measure set to take effect in New Hampshire next month.