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Window tinting in NH

Jan 15, 2019

For several years legislators have voted down bills to allow window tinting on cars in New Hampshire.

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Low income and affordable housing in NH

Jan 11, 2019

Most policymakers agree there is a shortage of affordable housing in New Hampshire, but they disagree on how to solve the...Read more

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Governor Chris Sununu

Governor Sununu inaugurated, lays out priorities

Jan 04, 2019

On Thursday, January 3 Gov. Chris Sununu delivered his second inauguration address.

Sununu opened with an emphasis...Read more

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NH labor law

NH labor laws: Big debates for 2019

Dec 24, 2018

New Hampshire state laws regulate many aspects of the relationship between employers and employees. Those regulations...Read more

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New Hampshire bills and legislation

What does “HB” mean?

Dec 19, 2018

In New Hampshire, legislation is identified with numbers and letters.

For example, SB 3...Read more

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Preexisting conditions and the law in NH

Dec 14, 2018

Generally speaking, a preexisting condition is a health condition that exists prior to enrollment in a health insurance...Read more

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How does NH rank for energy costs?

Dec 05, 2018

While the prices for both natural gas and electricity in New Hampshire are high, the actual monthly bills of the state’s...Read more

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More funds for NH budget priorities?

Nov 27, 2018

In 2019 legislators will set a budget for the next two years and are likely to advocate for...Read more


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NH working on recovery friendly workplaces

Nov 20, 2018

Last year Governor Chris Sununu announced the creation of the Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative, although the...Read more

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Libertarians did not "split the ticket" in 2018

Nov 15, 2018

For the first time in twenty years, Libertarians had their own party column on New Hampshire ballots in 2018. Since...Read more


New Hampshire Statehouse

Analysis: What the power divide in Concord could mean for policy

Nov 12, 2018

Democrats took both the New Hampshire House and Senate in last week's mid-term elections, while Republican...Read more

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NH sick day policies

Nov 06, 2018

Employers in New Hampshire are not required to offer paid sick days. Many choose to do so anyway. 


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