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NH ends fiscal year with $2M less than projected

New Hampshire ended the fiscal year in June with $48 million above projections but that is less than what budget negotiators thought they had toward spending in the next two years. Full story

Hassan appoints 3 to gambling regulation panel

A special commission will begin work in two weeks on gambling regulations for a casino New Hampshire does not have but that Gov. Maggie Hassan is again pushing lawmakers to approve. Full story

NH expects share of Pfizer drug settlement

New Hampshire is expected to get more than $168,000 as part of a national settlement with drugmaker Pfizer Inc. Full story

Hiker rescued in NH mountains

A Massachusetts woman is recovering after a 15-foot fall in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest.   Full story

UNH health policy institute wins $150K grant

The University of New Hampshire's health policy research center has received a $150,000 grant to map the myriad sources of public health funding in the state. Full story

Legislative stalemate means more NH roads unpaved

A legislative stalemate over raising money for highways is putting the Interstate 93 expansion and other highway improvement projects at risk and could force laying off a third of New Hampshire's transportation staff. Full story

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New England wins US money to clean industry sites

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A federal judge says Ohio must recognize two Ohio men as spouses on a death certificate as one has only weeks to live. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has an exclusive interview with one of the spouses, Jim Obergefell and the layer who argued the case, Al Gerhardstein.

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  Setting the record straight on New Hampshire

A mishap left New Hampshire off the map during a  Nightly News segment on July 8. With apologies, the “Live Free or Die” state has been returned to its rightful location. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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Steve Kornacki breaks down why the idea of Rick Perry for president isn't entirely farfetched for 2016, with one small caveat: until his "oops" moment during the Republican primary in 2012 is replaced as everyone's first thought of the Texas Governor, Perry may have risen as far as he can in politic

  Lightning strikes Boy Scout camp; 26 injured

Lightning struck near a Boy Scout campsite in Belmont, N.H., overnight, where 23 scouts and three adults were hospitalized. All are reported to be doing well.

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