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April 25, 2015NH1: Hassan says she's 'likely' to sign 2-casino billNashua Telegraph: Hassan visits Nashua Community College, calls for continued fight against substance abuse WMUR: Hassan backs amended two-casino bill ahead of House voteApril 24, 2014WMUR: Hacked emails show close relationship between Sony CEO and the HassansFoster's Daily Democrat: Emails show Gov. Hassan asked Sony CEO for campaign cashNHPR: Governor promises action after Lakeview reports cite worsening conditions, oversight failuresNHPR: Hassan fundraising pitch among hacked Sony emailsNHPR: NH governors agree on need to drive down energy costsApril 23, 2015Union Leader: Gov. Hassan says NH market will only support 1 casinoUnion Leader: Hassan notes among hacked Sony emails Concord Monitor: Hassan doesn’t think NH needs two casinos NH1: Hassan staying neutral for now in 2016 Democratic presidential nomination raceApril 22, 2015Concord Monitor: Hassan: nearly 750 households have avoided foreclosure through state initiative April 20. 2015Seacoast Online: Hassan to address Portsmouth chamber on April 28 April 17, 2015NHBR: Hassan among 28 governors urging support for Ex-Im BankApril 16, 2015Foster's Daily Democrat: Hassan, governors push back over McConnell letter to defy EPA April 15, 2015Eagle-Tribune: Hassan seeks more socially responsible budgetApril 14, 2015NHPR: State to shut down Lakeview special ed school, Hassan says more actions to comeConcord Monitor: Hassan wants NH to follow EPA Clean Power Plan despite objection from McConnellApril 8, 2015Concord Monitor: Hassan to nominate Quiram to lead Administrative ServicesApril 1, 2015NH1: Gov. Hassan would consider Indiana travel banSeacoast Online: Gov. Hassan apologizes to fourth-graders for lawmakers' comments WMUR: Governor visits fourth-graders who proposed raptor billMarch 28, 2015NHPR: Gov. Hassan: Cuts in House budget 'unnecessary,' new revenue needed
Registration with individual sites might be required to view some news.April 25, 2015NH1: Hassan says she's 'likely' to sign 2-casino billWMUR: Hassan backs amended two-casino bill ahead of House voteApril 24, 2015Concord Monitor: As Senate vets budget, some NH business leaders say tourism promo cuts will cost state Union Leader: Finance authority: Guaranteeing Balsams bonds won’t hurt state credit ratingApril 23, 2015Conway Daily Sun: State rep investigates secret list of questionable copsNH1: Sex assault victim seeks to close NH hunting license loophole for offendersApril 22, 2015NHPR: House Finance Committee questions whether Balsams loan is a safe betNHPR: House committee sends casino bill forwardUnion Leader: Bill that could bring casinos to NH advances WMUR: House committee gives OK to casino gamblingConcord Monitor: Lawmakers urged to pass measure expanding medical marijuana eligibilityNH1: NH casino bill takes big step forward but by narrow marginApril 21, 2015NH1: New estimate causes Medicaid costs to shoot up in next budgetSeacoast Online: Bill would move all felony cases to Superior Court Seacoast Online: Snowstorms pushed up N.H. DOT costs by $9 million Concord Monitor: On State House steps, pot smoked in protestApril 20, 2015NHPR: Senate to consider House budget for Health and Human Services Dept.Union Leader: Garry Rayno's State House Dome: All Balsams needs now is $28 millionApril 18, 2015Foster's Daily Democrat: Marijuana may be decriminalized in the stateApril 17, 2015WMUR: After raptor ordeal, lawmakers look at 4th grade bobcat planNH1: NH Senators back off on reviving red-tailed hawk controversy - for nowNHBR: Two-part definition emerges in NH independent contractor debateNHPR: Workers with disabilities will be paid at least minimum wage in NHApril 16, 2015Union Leader: House: State can't require school districts to adopt Common CoreUnion Leader: NH House roundup: Solar energy proponents win oneConcord Monitor: New Hampshire Liquor Commission cautions that new competition south of the border could be drain on salesConcord Monitor: Legislators hear merits of addiction-centered alternative sentencing program Eagle-Tribune: NH law benefits poultry, rabbit producersEagle-Tribune: Proposal would end NH ed funding capNH1: NH House passes anti-Common Core bill, heading to Hassan's deskNHBR: Are NH business tax cuts worth the trouble?NHBR: Industry assails raid on NH’s Renewable Energy FundApril 15, 2015Concord Monitor: Balsams bill expected to be amended againNH1: NH lawmakers hope to change difficulty of getting criminal record informationNHPR: Defense attorneys push back against court efficiency measuresApril 13, 2015Seacoast Online: Panel focuses on living wage Union Leader: North Country residents head to Concord to push for Balsams expansion supportApril 12, 2015NH1: As NH Senate digs in, House budget plan faces many changesUnion Leader: Are casino hopes coming to an end?WMUR: State lawmakers to hear testimony on police use of cellphone dataConcord Monitor: End of life legislation gives glimmer of hope for death with dignityApril 11, 2015Concord Monitor: In mock legislature, discourse, differences of opinions respected; bills range from fun to thought-provoking Foster's Daily Democrat: Health overhaul advisory group meets in NHNH1: Repeal of permit to carry a concealed gun in NH gaining steamApril 10, 2015WMUR: NHGOP chair blasts O’Brien for post critical of Ayotte, Wihby, others article Conway Daily Sun: Police chiefs concerned about Bradley's gun billFoster's Daily Democrat: State website knocked out for several hours April 9, 2015Concord Monitor: A bevy of NH beer bills evidence of growth, change in the marketNH1: Move to preserve NH Rainy Day Fund gets push backNH1: Seniors protest use of $7 million of nursing home money to balance NH budgetApril 8, 2015Concord Monitor: New Hampshire casino supporters point to expanded gambling as a new source of state revenue Concord Monitor: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition weighs in on New Hampshire marijuana decriminalization Eagle-Tribune: House panel hears testimony on casino billNH1: Lawmakers consider giving immunity for those who report a drug overdose via 9-1-1NHPR: NH Senate weighs decriminalization of marijuanaNHPR: Senate ponders bill on overdose immunityNHPR: Morse pitches Senate's two-casino billSeacoast Online: NRA targets Portsmouth rep for concealed-carry billUnion Leader: Last-ditch effort for gambling presented to House panelUnion Leader: Pot decriminalization proponents target new state senatorsApril 7, 2015Foster's Daily Democrat: NH bill would protect people who report alcohol, drug overdoses NH1: Will NH Senate agree with House on tax hikes, expanded gambling?NHPR: Plenty of challenges facing Senate in drafting budgetApril 6, 2015Union Leader: Lawmakers want to know who's financing NERA Concord Monitor: NH officials weighing another round of voter ID, eligibility changes April 5, 2015Nashua Telegraph: Nashua mayor concerned about state budget cuts Union Leader: No free lunch: Meals on Wheels advocates concerned as lawmakers hold line on spendingUnion Leader: State House Dome: State senators ready for their budget turnApril 4, 2015Seacoast Online: Newmarket state rep mockingly suggests euthanasia for disabled Union Leader: Senate Democrats call for bipartisan NH budget planNH1: Lawmaker says his comments over 4th-grader bill wasn't mean-spiritedNHBR: House budget: no business tax hikes, but no cuts eitherNHPR: Sen. Forrester: Restoring rainy day fund a priority, raiding dedicated funds not an optionApril 3, 2015Foster's Daily Democrat: Seacoast legislators to attend South Church living wage forum NH1: Rep's heat-of-the-moment comment compares budget cuts to euthanizing disabledNH1: The political dynamics of passing a budget in the State SenateNHPR: NH Senate president says new taxes are off the tableApril 2, 2015NHPR: NH House passes budget, cuts $300 million from Hassan's planNHPR: Development disability funding loses in House budgetNHPR: House budget nixes proposed funding hike for substance abuseSeacoast Online: House passes $11.2 billion state budget proposal Union Leader: House approves $11.2 billion preliminary budget WMUR: House passes budget with cuts to services article Concord Monitor: House budget moves to Senate, but Democrats in near unanimous disapprovalConcord Monitor: Praying for a ‘humane’ state budget Eagle-Tribune: Bill seeks to notify parents of objectionable school materialNashua Telegraph: Hundreds gather at NH Statehouse to protest budget cuts NH1: Hundreds protest NH House budget slash of $6 million in substance abuse grantsApril 1, 2015Concord Monitor: NH health care officials say abortion buffer zone law, though barely enforced, has led to fewer, more civil protests Concord Monitor: Long day ahead as NH House votes on $11.2 billion budget bill NH1: Sharp debate over whether to repeal abortion buffer zone lawWMUR: House to vote on multi-billion dollar budget proposalMarch 31, 2015WMUR: Senator may revive 4th-graders' red-tailed hawk ideaConcord Monitor: 300 bodies on the State House lawn to be a ‘wake-up’ call to NH lawmakersNH1: House budget likely to pass and spending advocates don't like itNashua Telegraph: Health and Human Services budget cuts draw concern, dismay NHPR: House budget a test for divided GOP caucusNHPR: Abortion facility buffer zone repeal law heads to SenateSeacoast Online: Surplus symbols? Some say 'bully' NH lawmakers had a point March 30, 2015Union Leader: State House Dome: Any budget plan means service cutsMarch 29, 2015Nashua Telegraph: Proposed budget plan for New Hampshire could mean less state aid to schools in 2017Seacoast Online: Utility pole assessment bill concerns communitiesWMUR: Child's death leads to day care billEagle-Tribune: Proposed NH budget cuts spark outcry March 28, 2015Concord Monitor: Legislators sip on bill to allow alcohol samples at NH farmers marketsConcord Monitor: Senate approves new restrictions on welfare purchasesEagle-Tribune: NH bill would add 30-day residency requirement to vote NHPR: NH chapter of conservative group endorses House Finance budgetMarch 27, 2015WMUR: House budget plan cuts university, energy-efficiency spending article WMUR: Senate passes Balsams billConcord Monitor: Plan would take money from renewable energy fund, university system for DOTConcord Monitor: Senate approves new restrictions on welfare purchases Concord Monitor: NH Senate approves bill at center of Eversourse Energy settlement agreement NH1: Red-tailed hawk bill is far from dead, NH Senate plans revivalNH1: State Senate endorses child abuse reforms after Nashua child's tragic deathNHBR: Senate compromise seeks middle ground on Eversource divestiture costsNHPR: House budget clears committee - againUnion Leader: GOP budget writers reduce state aid to University System of NH, bump aid to DOTMarch 26, 2015Union Leader: NH House reps honor fourth-graders who proposed raptor bill, encourage student involvementUnion Leader: Without gas tax hike, NH House budget stalls WMUR: Budget process hits snag in the New Hampshire HouseWMUR: Sponsor of students' bill apologizes for comments from House membersConcord Monitor: NH lawmakers honor students after raptor debacleConcord Monitor: Department of Transportation spending plan, and gas tax increase struck downEagle-Tribune: House puts hold on NH's gas tax increase Nashua Telegraph: Debate on NHDOT funding to reconvene Thursday NHBR: Two sides face off today on workers’ compensation NHPR: Gas tax falls flat in NH HouseMarch 25, 2015NHPR: House budget clears committee, heads to floorSeacoast Online: Anti-bullying advocates oppose NH student privacy billUnion Leader: Debate rages on as House panel OKs budget with $340m in cutsWMUR: House committee passes budget with major cuts, fee increasesConcord Monitor: NH House Finance Committee looks to pull back mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent offenders Foster's Daily Democrat: House to take up gas tax increaseNashua Telegraph: NH solar energy bill spurs outpouring of public comment
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