After a number of tries, Keno was finally approved in 2017 in conjunction with full-day kindergarten.
This week the New Hampshire legislature will have public hearings on four bills that would ban single-use plastics and plastic straws.
Which pieces of legislation are you following? Our State House Bureau Chief Garry Rayno has got you covered.
Sununu’s budget increased funding for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence but cut funding in half for New Hampshire Legal Assistance.
After more than an hour of debate, the Senate approved a paid family and medical leave plan that would cover state workers who currently do not have the benefit.
Listen carefully Thursday, you never know what could affect you in the next two-year budget plan.
The public hearing on bill to legalize recreational use of marijuana will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Representatives Hall in the State House.
Every 10 years the lines are redrawn to align with the latest census figures reflecting population changes.
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The business tax reductions have never been popular with Democrats and the business community did not ask for the last round of cuts but was certainly not opposed to lower tax bills.