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News and Events - 2018
Some of the major news items and events which have occurred in New Hampshire are listed below. The links here will take you to the appropriate New Hampshire agency's Web Site for details.
 
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02/23/2018 Governor Sununu Letter on Association Health Plans
02/20/2018 Governor's Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion
02/15/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Directs State and U.S. Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of the Victims of the Tragedy in Parkland, Florida
02/15/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Signs Executive Order to Re-Organize and Streamline State Veterans Services
02/15/2018 Record number of properties added to NH State Register of Historic Places
02/12/2018 NH State Arts Council to hold grantwriting workshops
02/08/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on HB 1104
02/05/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Senator Sam Cataldo
02/05/2018 2018 NH Poetry Out Loud regional semi-finals begin February 15, 2018
02/02/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Proclaims February as Black History Month in New Hampshire
01/31/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Meeting with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
01/31/2018 New Hampshire to Fight Internet Sales Tax
01/30/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Letter On SB 410 and SB 463
01/30/2018 Farmington church named to National Register of Historic Places
01/29/2018 One-of-a-kind gasholder house named to National Register of Historic Places
01/26/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Signs HB 337 and HB 122 Into Law
01/25/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Announces Members of Governor's Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion
01/24/2018 Sununu: It is long past time for us to take affirmative action to prevent child marriage
01/24/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Skis at the New England Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans
01/24/2018 Governor Chris Sununu, Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig Announce Approval of Contracts for New Providers to Continue Substance Use Disorder Programs in Manchester
01/24/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Confirmation of Moira K. O'Neill as Director of the Office of the Child Advocate
01/22/2018 Regulatory Reform Steering Committee Releases First Report
01/22/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Government Shutdown
01/19/2018 Sununu to Senate: Do Your Job
01/17/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on SB 247
01/17/2018 Governor Sununu Letter to Senate HELP Committee Chairman Alexander and Ranking Member Murray
01/17/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Swears-In Will Arvelo as New Hampshire's Director of Economic Development
01/17/2018 Governor Chris Sununu, Commissioner Caswell Statement on Amazon
01/16/2018 State Leaders on Department of Administrative Services Estimates of 2018 Revenues
01/16/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Accepts AARP Capitol Caregiver Award
01/16/2018 Governor Sununu's Recommendations for the Ten Year Transportation Improvement Plan 2019-2028
01/15/2018 Marsy's Law: Let's Get This Done
01/11/2018 Governor Sununu Statement on CMS Medicaid Work Requirement Announcement
01/09/2018 Governor Sununu to Nominate Moira O'Neill for Director of the Office of the Child Advocate
01/09/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on HB 317
01/09/2018 2018 Legislative Agenda from Governor Chris Sununu and Legislative Leadership  pdf file
01/04/2018 Governor Chris Sununu and NH Department of Health and Human Services Release Eckerd Connects'
01/04/2018 Update on Receivership of Serenity Place and Continuity of Services for Clients
01/03/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statements on SB 247, HB 485
01/03/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on SB 193
01/03/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on HB 372
01/03/2018 Presidential Declaration Makes Federal Aid Available for Belknap, Carroll, Coos, Grafton, and Sullivan Counties
01/02/2018 Governor Chris Sununu Statement on HB 287

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