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    House and Senate negotiators agreed Friday on legislation needed to implement a settlement with almost all New Hampshire's hospitals over Medicaid rates and a tax on hospital revenues deemed unconstitutional.

  • Hassan attending veterans cemetery memorial

    Gov. Maggie Hassan is attending the annual New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery Memorial Day Ceremony, paying tribute to servicemen and women and their families.

  • State: Tentative tax deal with hospitals reached

    Gov. Maggie Hassan announced a tentative settlement Thursday with almost all New Hampshire hospitals over Medicaid rates and a tax on hospital revenues that has been deemed unconstitutional.

  • Governor to sign abortion clinic buffer zone bill

    A spokesman for Gov. Maggie Hassan says she will sign a bill that would allow New Hampshire's reproductive health facilities where abortions are offered to set buffer zones up to 25 feet around their entrances.

  • Hassan's spending freeze proposal approved

    With lawmakers' approval, Gov. Maggie Hassan issued an executive order Thursday freezing most hiring, equipment purchases and out-of-state travel paid for with New Hampshire state tax funds.

  • Thousands of police from around the country march to a memorial service for Brentwood, N.H., police Officer Stephen Arkell Wednesday May 21m 2014 in Exeter, N.H. Arkell was shot and killed last week when he responded to a domestic dispute call.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    Thousands gather for slain officer's memorial

    Thousands of police officers and mourners packed the stadium at Exeter High School for Wednesday's memorial for a New Hampshire police officer who was shot to death last week when he responded to a domestic disturbance call.

  • Hassan seeks disaster declaration for April floods

    New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan is seeking federal help for North Country communities where recent floods caused road and infrastructure damage.

  • Hassan signs gas tax increase, effective July 1

    Gov. Maggie Hassan signed a bill Tuesday that raises New Hampshire's tax on gasoline and diesel by 4 cents per gallon, the first increase since 1991.

  • Police officers from the Brentwood, N.H. police department listen Monday May 19, 2014 in Concord, N.H. to a prayer during the annual ceremony to honor Law Enforcement officers who died in the line of duty Brentwood officer Stephen Arkell's name will be added to the list. Last Monday, Arkell responded to a domestic dispute and when he entered the house, he was immediately shot to death by the homeowner's son.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    Police memorial adds 2; newest killing is backdrop

    Last week's killing of a Brentwood police officer cast a gloomy shadow on Monday's already-solemn ceremony to honor New Hampshire police officers who have died on the job.

  • Revenue fall forces New Hampshire spending freeze

    A sharp springtime drop in revenue has shaved the state's budget surplus to less than $4 million and Gov. Maggie Hassan said Wednesday she will seek a freeze on hiring, equipment purchases and out-of-state travel.

  • Hassan signs bill naming overlook after Burton

    Gov. Maggie Hassan has signed into a law a measure naming a scenic overlook of Mount Washington and an Interstate 93 welcome center after longtime Executive Councilor Ray Burton, who died in November.

  • Council approves education board nomination

    New Hampshire's Executive Council has confirmed the appointment of a longtime education activist to state Board of Education.

  • Hassan, state officials making jobs announcement

    Gov. Maggie Hassan and economic development officials are going to make an announcement about new jobs and economic investment for the town of Hudson, New Hampshire.

  • Critics denounce nomination to education board

    Gov. Maggie Hassan's nomination of longtime education activist Bill Duncan to the New Hampshire Board of Education is drawing fire from supporters of charter schools and an education tax credit law.

  • DOE releases Northern Pass alternative routes

    A list of alternative routes for the proposed Northern Pass electric transmission project was released Friday by the U.S. Department of Energy, drawing the applause of Gov. Maggie Hassan for its inclusion of plans that would put the lines underground.

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