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The New Hampshire Food Bank is renewing a campaign to bring awareness about more than 140,000 residents in the state who have problems putting food on their tables.
After a week's break, New Hampshire's Legislature returned to work Monday with a March 27 deadline to act on hundreds of bills, including key measures to expand Medicaid coverage to 50,000 poor adults, an increase in the gas tax, casino gambling and a repeal of the death penalty.
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.
The state Senate is set to take up a bipartisan agreement to use federal Medicaid money to buy private health insurance for an estimated 50,000 poor New Hampshire adults.
Five more New Hampshire companies are getting grants to help them train workers in new skills.
The attorney general's office is advising against issuing identification cards this summer to New Hampshire residents eligible to possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana for medicinal purposes under a new state law.
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.
All the buzz at the National Governors Association meeting over legalizing pot, some say, is just smoke.
A bipartisan Senate agreement to expand Medicaid to at least 50,000 people in New Hampshire would begin offering subsidized coverage to most of the eligible adults as soon as July 1.
A House committee is considering a bill Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan supports - raising the minimum wage.
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.
The Senate is voting on a bill that would establish a crime of domestic violence in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan is visiting a Merrimack manufacturer as part of her "Innovate NH" tour.
New Hampshire state agencies will explore creating a new program to ease regulatory hurdles for business.
Gov. Maggie Hassan says New Hampshire must restore and increase the state minimum wage and work to close the salary gap between men and women.
Gov. Maggie Hassan argues that New Hampshire should legalize a casino to capture gambling profits that otherwise will be spent in Massachusetts casinos.
Hassan argues New Hampshire should capture gambling profits that otherwise will be spent in Massachusetts casinos.