With tag: new_hampshire
New Hampshire Voting Law Challenged
In New Hampshire, a Strafford County judge is hearing from advocacy groups suing the state
over a new law that effectively blocks out-of-state students from voting there.
In N.H., Lynch Enters Historic Fourth Consecutive Term
Democratic Governor John Lynch, who survived an
anti-incumbent groundswell, is urging the new Republican majorities not to
abandon policies that helped New Hampshire weather the recession better than most other states.
"The End Of Overeating"
By Jane Lindholm
David Kessler, the author of "The End of Overeating" and Jean Harvey-Berino, a nutrition researcher at UVM, discuss public health policy and personal responsbility in the effort to control Americans' weight gain. Also, why the New Hampshire attorney general says Dartmouth-Hitchcock can't form a partnerhip with another health care provider in the Granite state.
Two more probable swine flu cases in NH
The number of probable cases of swine flu in New Hampshire has risen to four, and a high school will be closed
Monday so health officials can investigate further.
Seat belt law up for vote in NH House
officials said Monday that highway deaths last year were the lowest in almost
50 years, and tougher seat-belt laws were one factor.
NH House approves gay marriage
The House has
voted to make New
third state allowing gays to marry two years after they granted them the right
to enter into civil unions.