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Can N.H.'s New Campaign Finance Rules Hold Up In Court?
Paid for by a conservative nonprofit called Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, they targeted Republican state senators who supported Medicaid expansion and a four-cent hike in the state gas tax.
Hassan donations put GOP on attack
The Republican Party asked the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office on Thursday to expand and expedite its review of what the GOP claims are illegal contributions to Gov. Maggie Hassan's reelection campaign after learning it accepted two more donations from labor-affiliated PACs.
Meet the Candidates: Maggie Hassan
THE ADS HAVE BEEN TARGETING INCUMBENT DEMOCRATSES IN OVER $5 MILLION IN AD BUYS.
GOP questions $25,000 PAC donation to Hassan
The state GOP wants the Attorney General's Office to investigate the $25,000 contribution to Hassan's reelection campaign on the day she filed to run for governor, June 12. In a letter to Attorney General Joseph Foster , GOP Chairwoman Jennifer Horn says the contribution clearly exceeds the $7,000 limit in contributions to a candidate who does not ... (more)
Expansion of Mount Sunapee may happen after recent court ruling
The idea of a West Bowl expansion of Mount Sunapee may be resurrected and brought up for consideration after a recent court ruling.
Judge: Mount Sunapee condo project can proceed
A state judge has ruled that the owners of the Mount Sunapee Resort should be allowed to access state land to build condominiums on a piece of adjacent private land.
NHDP - ICYMI: WMUR's State of the Race: "It is more likely that...
NHDP - ICYMI: WMUR's State of the Race: "It is more likely that Havenstein could lose his primary than he is to beat Hassan."
State of the Race: Governor
The race: New Hampshire Governor Who is running: - Incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan, of Exeter, is in her first term as governor.
Katy Burns: Gay couples have strengthened the institution of marriage
You'd have thought Spock - the pointy-eared and profoundly, almost irritatingly rational half-Vulcan, half-human icon of the apparently unending Star Trek adventures - had sneaked onto a panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges.