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hiker rescue

Bill the feds for White Mountain rescues?

Oct 17, 2018

A commission is studying funding options for the NH Fish and Game Department, which has been struggling over the last...Read more

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Suicide rates in NH

Oct 11, 2018

According to the latest...Read more

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where to vote

Where do I vote?

Oct 04, 2018

The general election is November 6, 2018. Not sure where to vote? Here’s how to find out:

voter registration

Voter registration in the Granite State

Sep 27, 2018

Tuesday, September 25 was National Voter Registration Day. Any citizen age eighteen or older who is living in New...Read more

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2019 legislative bills

Legislators request 2019 bills

Sep 20, 2018

Although the election isn’t until November, current legislators already have the opportunity to request 2019 bills.

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voter ID

Voter ID in the Granite State

Sep 11, 2018

In 2018 thirty-four states, including New Hampshire, require voters to present ID at the polls.

In each of those...Read more

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property tax rates

Which NH towns have highest property taxes?

Sep 05, 2018

New Hampshire’s statewide property tax is dedicated to education funding. However, those statewide property taxes are not...Read more

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New Hampshire Senate primary election

Hot primaries in the NH Senate

Sep 03, 2018

With only a week until the New Hampshire primary election, here are some of the most hotly contested primaries in the New...Read more

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Should there be a path to citizenship for illegal/undocumented immigrants?

Aug 29, 2018

This year Citizens Count is asking every federal candidate in New Hampshire: should Congress create a path to citizenship...Read more

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secretary of state election

How New Hampshire chooses its secretary of state

Aug 27, 2018

Currently, the state House and Senate vote the New Hampshire secretary of state into office. It is also that way in Maine...Read more

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drowsy driving

Need for drowsy driving laws?

Aug 23, 2018

Just two states – Arkansas and New Jersey – have specific laws against drowsy driving.

In those states drowsy...Read more

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