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N.H. Attorney General Michael Delaney stepping down

CONCORD, N.H. — Attorney General Michael Delaney is stepping down after 14 years in public service to return to private practice, he told Governor Maggie Hassan Tuesday.

Speculation in recent weeks was that Hassan wanted to ­appoint her own attorney general, but her spokesman, Marc Goldberg, stressed Tuesday that it was Delaney’s decision to step down and that Hassan ‘‘would have been happy if he would have stayed on.’’

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