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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Margaret Wood Hassan
Former defense contractor Walt Havenstein on Wednesday joined the race to become New Hampshire's next governor, stressing his business credentials as the proper tools to help improve what he called the state's flagging economy.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan has issued an executive order creating a task force to make recommendations on STEM education in schools - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Gov. Maggie Hassan is visiting a bridge in Berlin, N.H., to talk about the need to strengthen investment in the state's transportation's infrastructure.
Gov. Maggie Hassan has directed flags to fly at half-staff until sundown in New Hampshire, in honor of the two firefighters killed in a fire at a Boston brownstone.
The New Hampshire House has voted to decriminalize the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana - making it a violation punishable by a fine only.
After two hours of often emotional debate, the New Hampshire House overwhelmingly passed a measure to repeal the state's death penalty Wednesday after rejecting an amendment that would have spared the life of the state's only convict on death row.
Casino watchers will be closely following action Tuesday in New Hampshire's House Ways and Means Committee on a bill that is the product of a special gambling commission.
Five more New Hampshire companies are getting grants to help them train workers in new skills.
Gov. Maggie Hassan said Monday she is optimistic poor New Hampshire adults will begin receiving coverage by July under a proposal to use Medicaid funding to pay for private insurance.
In the rural towns and cities of northern New England, a rising drug-abuse problem is overwhelming law enforcement, affecting hundreds of infants each year and sparking calls to action by state leaders who say enough is enough.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan is visiting a Merrimack manufacturer as part of her "Innovate NH" tour.
Gov. Maggie Hassan, in her State of the State address, is calling for passage of a bill that would establish a crime of domestic violence in New Hampshire.
Reaction to Gov. Maggie Hassan's state-of-the-state speech is drawing praise as well as demands for more details from New Hampshire lawmakers.
Gov. Maggie Hassan says the state must continue to improve education in science, technology, engineering and math - the so-called STEM subjects - to meet the needs of high-tech companies.
State Senate leaders announced a bipartisan deal Thursday to expand Medicaid to an estimated 49,000 poor New Hampshire adults by using federal funds to pay for private insurance.
Gov. Maggie Hassan said she would sign the measure into law.
Hassan urged the Supreme Court to uphold the lower court ruling, saying the tax credit amounts to a government subsidy of religious schools.