The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments on July 9 in the appeal of a U.S. District Court ruling that struck down the entire Affordable Care Act in 2018. In a lawsuit brought by Republican-led states, U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor struck down the entire ACA after Congress repealed the tax penalty that was enforcing the law's individual mandate. Twenty-one Democratic attorneys general are appealing the ruling and the House of Representatives has intervened to defend the ACA in the case.
Catch Democratic U.S. Congress candidate Carol Shea-Porter on Thursday, October 27. The interview, conducted by Exchange host Laura Knoy, will be broadcast live from NHPR’s Studio D at 9 a.m.
ISIS is the most serious foreign threat our next president will face, and our next president will have the power to fix this deadly policy error when he or she arrives at the White House. Secretary Clinton is on record with her support, it is now time to hear from the other candidates.
So, we have been watching your coverage – and we just have to say this: Why can’t you pronounce Concord. Our state capital was settled in 1725, and is a lot closer to New York than Qatar. Here is a simple rule, think of Caesar – “I came, I saw, I Concord.” There you go, not so hard, was it?
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October is National Arts and Humanities Month, and what better way to celebrate than by sharing the amazing art and culture we have everywhere you look in the Granite State. Americans for the Arts Action Fund is working with New Hampshire art advocates to deliver economic impact data
Back in the infancy of the New Hampshire Primary, there was a midnight vote in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, capturing national attention in 1952. In that very first New Hampshire Primary about a dozen voters cast their votes at midnight, giving the majority to Dwight Eisenhower.
There aren’t many places where you can have lunch or take a walk and run into a presidential candidate. But in Concord, NH this is a regular occurrence.
The Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop, Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, issued the following statement today in reaction to the House version of the State Budget: