Acting Speaker: New Hampshire House Not Prepared To Operate RemotelyThe New Hampshire House isn't prepared to run an election for speaker or conduct its business for adopting rules in a remote meeting or hybrid situation, the acting House speaker said.
NH Republican Lawmakers Reprimanded For Skipping Anti-Harassment TrainingSeven Republican members of the New Hampshire House were publicly reprimanded Thursday for failing to attend mandatory training on sexual harassment prevention in a contentious session that lasted far longer than the two-hour course.
NH Lawmaker Criticized For Online Misogynistic Forum ResignsA Republican lawmaker in New Hampshire who created a misogynistic online forum has resigned shortly after a committee recommended that no action be taken against him.
NH Legislature To Look Into Lawmaker's Alleged MisogynyThe New Hampshire House has voted to look into online comments made by a fellow House member who's been accused of creating an online forum where users are known to degrade women.
NH State Rep. Charged With Attempting To Lure TeenA New Hampshire lawmaker who is a member of the Committee on Children and Family Law was arrested Tuesday on drug and computer charges.
NH Lawmakers Reject Casino Bill By Wide MarginThe New Hampshire House has once again rejected casino gambling, voting down a proposal that would have legalized two by a roughly 50-vote margin.
NH Bill Would Give Estate Control Over Social Media Accounts After Death New Hampshire's House is considering giving control over social media accounts to the executor of the person's estate after the account holder dies.
NH House Condemns Contraceptive Exemption New Hampshire's House has passed a resolution calling for the federal government to rescind a rule requiring health insurance companies to provide contraceptives to employees of religious organizations.
NH House Ponders Bill That Would Institute $2,500 Bullying Fine The New Hampshire House is considering whether to kill a bill that would subject people to fines of up to $2,500 for bullying a state lawmaker.
NH House Votes To Reject Federal Money For New Health Care LawThe New Hampshire House voted Wednesday to send back to the federal government any money the state receives to implement the federal health care reform law.