The debate represented the latest episode in a years-long dynamic: A bipartisan majority of the New Hampshire House passing a cannabis legalization bill and a bipartisan majority of the Senate rejecting the effort and voicing concerns.
New Hampshire's legislature, known as the General Court, consists of a 400-member House of Representatives and a 24-member Senate. All 424 seats are on the ballot every two years.
Under the new law, public school dollars would essentially follow K-12 students if they decided to attend private or charter schools.
While Democrats hailed some of the strides made, they criticized Republican colleagues for cutting out certain recommendations from the final legislation.
The first round of listening sessions will be held in each county, starting as soon as mid-September and running through mid-October.
This is your Monday Morning Memo for Jan. 4, 2021, a look at how the coming week in NH politics is shaping up. The first full week of 2021 is looking like a busy and interesting one, as state and federal officials are on track to finalize the outcome of...
Here are 8 key updates about all things #nhpolitics: Newfields, the governor's hometown, enacted a new ordinance last week to ban "picketing before or about the residence or dwelling of any individual." The change came after weeks of protests outside Sununu's house. Sununu’s brother, who sits on the Newfields...