- Associated Press - Monday, May 26, 2014

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - What makes a great state government? That will be the question participants try to answer in the next statewide conversation being organized as part of a project called “New Hampshire Listens.”

The University of New Hampshire-based project facilitates group discussions around the state on different topics. The next session will be held June 3 in six communities: Portsmouth, Conway, Peterborough, Warner, Whitefield and Manchester.

Recommendations made at the discussions will be forwarded to the Governor’s Commission on Innovation, Efficiency and Transparency.

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