House lawmakers quickly voted to continue New Hampshire's expanded Medicaid program Thursday, spending almost no time debating one of the session's biggest policy issues.
He discusses solutions for the 'deplorable' opioid epidemic, online privacy concerns and why being an 'outsider' is a benefit.
The House on Thursday rejected a proposed constitutional bill of rights for New Hampshire crime victims, bringing an abrupt halt to a measure that had broad support from the governor, law enforcement and advocates for victims.
A bill to repeal the death penalty in New Hampshire is on its way to Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, who reaffirmed Thursday that he would veto it.
The New Hampshire House on Thursday rejected a measure to protect intoxicated people from drunken-driving charges while they are sobering up in their cars.
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