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Concord, N.H.

State may raise speed limit on I-93

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Drivers would be able to go 70 miles per hour on a stretch of Interstate 93 north of Concord, N.H., under a bill the State Senate plans to vote on Thursday. The House passed the bill last month that would raise the limit from 65 miles per hour to 70 from Exit 18 to the Vermont border. The current speed limit would remain the same through Franconia Notch. The Senate Transportation Committee recommends passing the bill.

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