A bill to repeal the death penalty in New Hampshire is on its way to Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, who reaffirmed Thursday that he would veto it.
The New Hampshire House on Thursday rejected a measure to protect intoxicated people from drunken-driving charges while they are sobering up in their cars.
Farmers would be allowed to carry loaded rifles across their fields under a bill passed Thursday by the New Hampshire House.
The New Hampshire House has recorded eight complaints of sexual misconduct involving six members, but it only had records dating back to 2015, and there is no requirement that records be kept.
Former New Hampshire state Sen. Molly Kelly, a Democrat, says she's running for governor.
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