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UNH Law School grads told to 'serve justice'
Two men who argued opposite sides in the U.S. Supreme Court case that decided the 2000 election offered life lessons - and their own example - to graduates of the University of New Hampshire School of Law on Saturday.
Tue May 14, 2013
Gov. Hassan to nominate three to head state agencies
Maggie Hassan will nominate three people to head state agencies at today's Governor and Executive Council meeting; two who currently hold the positions.
Mon May 13, 2013
24/7 firefighter and trooper save a life
Manchester Firefighter Keith Knight and State Trooper Scott Frye, seen here at a ceremony in Concord last May, will receive Union Leader Hero Awards for saving a man from a burning car in Andover, Mass.
Sun May 12, 2013
New England means "marriage equality!"
It's not everyone, everywhere yet. But it's likely real soon in Minnesota, New Jersey and California.
Sat May 11, 2013
Lynch urges DWC grads to work to get things done
Families came from as far away as Germany to watch their children and friends graduate from Daniel Webster College during the 47th commencement on Saturday.
Wed May 08, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Timidity does not become her
It takes a lot of something to bring together the right, left and center of the political spectrum.
Tue May 07, 2013
Concerned over casino? Contact your state reps.
If you are opposed to New Hampshire getting into the casino gambling business, as I am, the time has come to raise your concerns to your state representatives: Steven J. Briden, Eileen C. Flockhart, Frank H. Heffron, Donna L. Schlachman and Patricia T. Lovejoy.
Fri May 03, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Medical cannabis is only two steps away
As reported by The Associated Press, Gov. Maggie Hassan has made what we believe is a reasonable request as the state Senate considers HB 573, a bill to legalize the use of medical marijuana.
Thu May 02, 2013
Bill to forbid private prisons is killed
State corrections officials will not be prohibited from using private prisons in the future.
Wed May 01, 2013
N.H. Supreme Court says trial warranted in fight over expansion on Mount Sunapee
The operator of the Mount Sunapee Resort has won a partial victory in its long-running battle with state officials who blocked plans to expand on the ski mountain's western slope.
Letter: Government needs role in energy
In a recent article, Sen. Odell, justifying his vote against the energy moratorium, stated that the government should not be in charge of "picking winners and losers in the production of renewable energy." Sen.
Pandering to fear with stand your ground Part II
When then-Gov. Lynch vetoed the New Hampshire stand-your-ground legislation , I wrote an opinion piece on the misinformation being provided by the former governor and those opposed to the legislation.
After prison, Lynch still pulling county strings
On May 16, Judge Bradley Ferencz will issue his opinion on whether to uphold or overturn the official misconduct convictions of Emil Hanna, 57, and Emad Naguib, 50, both of Old Bridge, for failure to report thefts by New Brunswick Parking Authority colleagues.
Former Gov. Lynch compares private, public sector in NEC talk
Former Gov. John Lynch paid a visit to New England College on Tuesday evening to discuss with students and the public the similarities and differences between the private and public sectors.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Ed Markey Is On Track to Replace John Kerry - With the Help of the "Green Billionaire"
Congressman Ed Markey is one step closer to replacing Secretary of State John Kerry in the US Senate.
Mount Sunapee ski area's lawsuit cleared for trial after 6 years
A lawsuit filed six years ago by operators of the Mount Sunapee ski area against the state finally will head to trial after the Supreme Court concluded the ski area's allegations of official misconduct and capricious dealing on the part of the state were genuine issues of material facts.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Former Gov. Lynch to speak at New England College forum today
Former Governor John Lynch will be on hand to talk with students and the general public during a forum at New England College this week.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Grant Bosse: Internet sales tax protects Amazon from the next Amazon
After 15 years trying to take a bite out of the internet, state tax collectors took a huge step closer this week.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Education tax credit in court
The debate over the constitutionality of the state's scholarship tax credit law is now in the hands of a Superior Court justice.
Stand your ground' repeal appears headed for defeat in N.H. Senate
Legislation to repeal New Hampshire's 2011 "stand your ground" law appears headed for defeat in the Republican-led Senate.