A reporter sought records related to incidents Oct. 7-8 at the Sununu Youth Services Center.
The national party had sought written assurances that NH laws would be updated to make way for SC to take top spot in Democratic presidential primary lineup.
A preview provided by the governor's office suggests he's got a message for the Granite State ... and perhaps beyond.
The votes came during "Convening Day," the first meeting day of the 2023 session.
Expect some familiar topics, but remember: surprises are possible.
Members planning to review legislation with an eye to expanding NH housing supply.
The NH DOT sought more time for a federally funded feasibility study. The council said no.
A state senator is introducing legislation to add consequences for people with an outstanding Search and Rescue bill.
Some House Republicans view Sununu as uncooperative, while Sununu views some lawmakers as extreme.
After a complaint is filed, the public body or agency that denied the records request must respond, explaining the reasons for the denial.
Sununu put language into the budget last year giving himself authority to sell the property, with the Executive Council approval.
The committee has been revising its report for months. It's still unclear whether all eight members will back the final version.
For the political elite, there's a lot at stake in preserving the state's primacy.
Federal pandemic funding is expiring. Inflation and interest rates are climbing. The risk of an economic downturn is real.