NH Executive Council nixes regional commuter rail plan
The NH DOT sought more time for a federally funded feasibility study. The council said no.
Poll: More NH voters confident about election integrity
The survey found rising confidence among Republicans, who are still less certain their vote was accurately counted.
NH businesses get break on unemployment taxes
Sununu boasted that the payroll tax cut and a new voluntary paid leave program have made New Hampshire "the envy of the nation."
Tulsi Gabbard to stump for GOP Senate candidate Don Bolduc in NH
The former representative from Hawaii announced this week she is leaving the Democratic Party.
Poll shows Pappas and Leavitt locked in tight House race
Leavitt has called Pappas a "radical Democrat." Pappas has called Leavitt "extreme." Their race is a toss-up.
Public defenders in NH get 'long overdue' pay raises of $25+ per hour
The pay bump aims to address both indigent defense needs and the shortage of attorneys willing to accept parenting, guardianship and family-related cases.
Sununu deploys NH National Guard to Mexico border
The troops from more than a dozen states were requested by the U.S. Department of Defense to assist Border Patrol.
Environmental group raps New Hampshire's solid waste plan
The solid waste plan sets goals including reducing how much waste is generated, while stepping up efforts to divert more materials out of landfills through recycling and reuse programs.
Public health groups urge NH lawmakers not to override ivermectin bill veto
Lawmakers are expected to return to session briefly to consider a number of veto overrides, including the ivermectin bill.
New Hampshire to get $40.5M from J&J opioid settlement
The state will divert $31.5 million of the settlement funds to help with opioid addiction prevention and treatment, with the remainder of the funds going to court fees in costs.