Groups Demand a Budget That Serves the People

“Stop telling us how broke we are,” said Dr. Debbie Opramolla, chair of the NH Poor People’s Campaign (PPC) and a veteran of fights over adequate funding for services that meet the needs of people with disabilities.

Vaccinations Accelerate at NH Motor Speedway Super Site

Gov. Chris Sununu toured the state’s first mass vaccination site at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon Saturday where 12,000 Granite Staters are expected to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine between Saturday, March 6 and Monday, March 8.

Sununu Says NH Teachers Can Expect COVID-19 Vaccinations Soon

Teachers, school staff, and daycare workers can expect to be vaccinated against COVID-19 – some as early as March 12 – rather than waiting until April and May due to increased availability of COVID-19 vaccines and the rapid delivery of vaccines to date, state officials said at Thursday’s news conference.

Sununu Opposes COVID Relief Bill

Gov. Chris Sununu joined a bipartisan group of 21 fellow governors from across the country in raising the alarm over the $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill that would bail out poorly managed states at the expense of New Hampshire taxpayers.