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Sununu announces details of $30 million road grants

New Hampshire towns and cities are getting $30 million for road and bridge improvements under an infrastructure bill signed by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu. The governor's office on Monday announced … Click to Continue »

Speaker Ryan talking tax reform at New Balance shoe factory

The Republican leader from Wisconsin is scheduled to tour a New Balance sneaker factory Thursday in Lawrence, a gritty city north of Boston near the New Hampshire border. While there, he's expected to give an update on proposed tax reforms being hammered out in Washington by Republican leaders in Congress and President Donald Trump's administration.

New Hampshire decriminalizes small amounts of pot

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Getting caught with any amount of marijuana in New Hampshire could have landed offenders in jail for up to a year. But after state Governor Chris Sununu, a Republican, signed a bill decriminalizing certain amounts of cannabis, first- and second-time offenders will only be subjected to a $100 fine....

New Hampshire Republicans are suppressing the vote—but Democrats can clap back next Tuesday

In less than a week, voters have a chance to elect Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh to the New Hampshire state Senate. And just last week, Granite State Republicans made it utterly clear why Tuesday’s special election is so important.  Behind closed doors, GOP Gov. Show More Summary

Voting Rights Roundup: New Hampshire GOP passes new law to suppress votes following close 2016 races

Leading Off ? New Hampshire : With little flourish, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu signed a law that will impose new residency requirements on New Hampshire voters after Republican legislators passed the measure on a party-line vote. This...Show More Summary

GOP Lawmaker Charged With Groping Teen

A New Hampshire state lawmaker has been charged with sexually and physically assaulting a 16-year-old girl last year under the guise of discussing her interest in politics, the AP reports. Republican Rep. Eric Schleien has been charged with one misdemeanor count of sexual assault and two misdemeanor counts of simple...

State lawmaker accused of assaulting 16-year-old girl

A New Hampshire lawmaker has been accused of sexually and physically assaulting a 16-year-old girl in 2016. Rockingham County Attorney Patricia Conway said Friday that 29-year-old Republican Rep. Eric Schleien, … Click to Continue »

Gov. Sununu to sign full-day kindergarten bill

With a crowd of youngsters looking on, New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has signed a bill that achieves one of his top priorities: state funding for full-day kindergarten. The … Click to Continue »

Surprise! MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough Leaves Republican Party [Video]

How soon they forget. On the evening of the New Hampshire primary in 2016, Donald Trump thanked Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinksi for believing in his quest for the presidency. “You guys have been supporters. And I really appreciate it. And not necessarily supporters, but at least believers,” Trump told the duo. Now Scarborough is […]

New Hampshire outlines 2018 Obamacare choices

The health insurance landscape in New Hampshire continues to shift as the fifth enrollment period under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law approaches. While Republicans in Congress work to … Click to Continue »

New Hampshire law gives grandparents custody preference

New Hampshire has become the first state in the country to give preference to grandparents in custody cases involving substance abuse. The Concord Monitor reports (http://bit.ly/2tYy6bJ ) that Republican Gov. … Click to Continue »

The Country’s Only Openly Atheist Republican Legislator Just Left the Party

New Hampshire State Rep. Brandon Phinney came out as an atheist in February, which was incredibly unusual for any politician, much less an elected Republican.But he's fed up with the GOP. That's why he's now officially a member of the Libertarian Party.

The GOP has a stranglehold on 25 state governments. We can start to shatter one of them next month

After a painfully successful 2016 that saw them hold both houses of the legislature and pick up the governorship, Republicans now run the show in New Hampshire. And predictably, they immediately proceeded to push the same policies Republicans...Show More Summary

New Hampshire among states with GOP redistricting advantage

Control of New Hampshire's 400-member House has swung back and forth between parties multiple times in the last decade, but Republicans were in charge when it counted in terms of … Click to Continue »

Trump Supporter Al Baldasaro Called For Hillary Clinton To Be Shot, Still At White House Bill Signing Friday

Despite having a history of calling for Hillary Clinton to be “shot for treason,” Trump supporter and Republican New Hampshire Representative Al Baldasaro was present at a White House bill ceremony on Friday. The controversial appearance...Show More Summary

The Risk of Rushing Through Legislation

New Hampshire Republicans almost legally authorized pregnant women to commit murder last week, providing a cautionary tale for their colleagues in Congress.

N.H. Republicans Accidentally Approved a Bill Allowing Pregnant Women to Commit Murder

Anti-abortion advocates often frame their arguments in terms of women’s empowerment. But rarely do they go as far as New Hampshire Republicans recently did with a bill that would have given pregnant women impunity to commit murder.

Close vote expected on New Hampshire budget

Some conservative House Republicans who helped defeat a proposed budget earlier this year have come around, but many Democrats remain opposed heading into Thursday's vote. Both the House and Senate … Click to Continue »

State Supreme Court nominee up for a vote Wednesday

The Executive Council is set to vote on Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's first nominee to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The council is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to … Click to Continue »

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