Abortion Providers Must Give Financial Data To State Under New Law, Council Told

CONCORD – Family planning clinics that provide reproductive health care along with other services will need to provide financial information to the state following legislation that passed last week, and that might impact future care, Executive Councilor Cinde Warmington said.

Health-Care Providers’ ‘Burnout’ Care in Limbo After Council Vote

Nurses, LNAs, and other health-care providers facing burnout and other health issues that could impact patient care do not have a professional care provider for those problems after the Executive Council voted down a contract for a rival contractor on the expiration day of the current contract.

Sununu Hears From Casella Protester

Perseverance paid off for Jon Swan of Save Forest Lake in Dalton when he came to the State House Wednesday and briefly got the ear of Gov. Chris Sununu, although he didn’t seem optimistic about their conversation.

10 of 17 Members of Sununu’s Diversity Council Resign

Ten of the 17 members of the Governor’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion resigned Tuesday because of the budget language that included a watered-down version of the prohibition against teaching “divisive concepts” such as racism and sexism.

Prepare for a Swimming Emergency

I keep a bathing suit and towel in the back of my car for swimming emergencies, have been known to change behind a tree and jump in too cool off when the air conditioning is just not enough or simply does not work in my 2004 Passat wagon.