NH News Roundup for Tuesday, March 7

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New Hampshire easing into spring.

Compiled by InDepthNH.org, your nonprofit NH news outlet.
Googling Londonderry: Town unhappy with default photo of state rep’s wedding (Union Leader)
The Sweet Winter Flavors of Canterbury (NH Magazine)
 Rye voters again face Town Hall decision (Seacoastonline)
Coverage shortfalls have Swanzey and Winchester EMS officials on edge (Keene Sentinel)
Shaheen Statement on President Trump’s New Muslim Ban Executive Order (InDepthNH.org)
Keep Up With The Crooks in NH (InDepthNH.org)
Historic Orford “Ridge House” has new owners (Caledonian Record)
Transgender bill draws passionate response from opponents, supporters (Concord Monitor)
When It Comes To Working With N.H. Lawmakers, Sununu’s No Natural (NHPR)
Adult Spelling Bee to benefit local students (Nashua Telegraph)
Three music festivals to grace downtown Nashua (Nashua Telegraph)
Outstanding Women in Business (NH BUsiness Review)
Canaan Selectboard Sees Two Contested Races (Valley News)
Lawmakers hear pleas for state budget dollars (Union Leader)
Jury Secrecy Doesn’t Apply if Marred by Bias, Justices Rule (New York Times)
Justices Won’t Hear Case, in Setback for Transgender Rights (New York Times)
House GOP unveils health plan that replaces subsidies with tax credits (Washington Post)
Trump’s New Travel Ban Blocks Migrants From Six Nations, Sparing Iraq (New York Times)

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