Vermont Pacifist Leaves Manchester, NH Halfway House

When Martha Hennessy was released from a federal prison and transferred to an “adult residential re-entry” program in Manchester, it wasn’t her first trip to the Queen City or her first entanglement with the criminal legal system.

Five People Arrested at State House Protesting the State Budget

After a day of protests at the State House, five activists were arrested when they refused to leave the Executive Council chambers without seeing Gov. Chris Sununu and giving him an in-person message to veto the budget passed earlier in the day.

Rally Lifts Up Issues Faced by NH Workers

The first day of May has been an occasion for labor rallies since 1886, when workers throughout the United States demanded an 8-hour day.

Opinion: Faith Leaders Call Right-to-Work Proposal Immoral

At last week’s six-hour hearing on a bill to weaken the power of organized labor, lessons on theology were mixed in with statements on labor law, economics, and the role of unions.

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.

Progressive Coalition Launches ‘Big and Bold’ Agenda To Tackle Overlapping Crises

“We are here to address our state’s overlapping crises: mass unemployment, racial injustice, lack of affordable housing, overly expensive health care, the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and so much more,” explained Asma Elhuni, Movement Politics Director for Rights and Democracy NH (RAD), one of the founding members of the coalition.