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‘Parental rights’ bill defeated in New Hampshire, relieving LGBTQ advocates

Senate Republicans responded to the bill’s defeat by accusing Democrats of undermining “the very fabric of society” and calling on Governor Chris Sununu to issue an executive order on parental rights.

New Hampshire House voting on whether parents who ask must be told about transgender talk at school

The national debate surrounding transgender students and parental rights returns to the New Hampshire Statehouse on Thursday.


How a N.H. lawmaker’s poorly timed vacation spawned an ethics skirmish

A vacationing Democrat planned to miss a high-stakes vote, so progressives launched a crowdfunding effort to get him to Concord. Republicans objected, noting that gifts are prohibited.

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Floor amendments queued up for parental rights bill in N.H.

Three state representatives have cosponsored an amendment that would strip four of the most controversial lines from Senate Bill 272, including the ones that would require schools to answer “truthfully and completely” when a parent asks about their child’s gender expression at school.


50 N.H. lawmakers endorse DeSantis — including 4 who endorsed Trump last month

“I’m backing both right now,” one state representative told the Globe, as the Florida governor is likely to announce his candidacy for president.

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Historical marker for Elizabeth Gurley Flynn in Concord, N.H., has been removed

Republican officials fiercely objected to the sign honoring labor leader and feminist organizer Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, citing her leadership role in the American Communist Party. Two weeks after the marker was unveiled, it was taken down.

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What left Saint Anselm ‘deeply’ disturbed about Trump’s N.H. town hall

The college rebuked one part of Trump’s town Hall while defending its involvement in the event.


Sununu signals support for legalizing marijuana ‘the right way’ after latest N.H. bill defeated

The governor’s stated preference for state-run stores has skeptics in the Granite State who prefer a free-market approach.