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PHOTO: Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy sits on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, which is expected to vote Thursday on a proposed constitutional amendment giving Congress and the states more control over campaign spending. Photo credit: Office of Senator Leahy.

CONCORD, N.H. - A key vote is expected Thursday on a constitutional amendment to return some control over political campaign spending to Congress and the states. Dan Weeks, the executive director of the Coalition for Open Democracy, says each state in the union has a stake in the vote, but he notes ...Read More

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PHOTO: Coastal storm damage, like the destruction pictured here in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, will become more frequent as sea levels rise through the remainder of the century in the Northeast, according to a new report. Photo courtesy of the Risky Business Project.

CONCORD, N.H. - While the Northeast is expected to experience an increase in temperatures and more extreme, hot days through the remainder of the century, a new study says the major climate impact to the region will come from rising sea levels and their effect on nearby coastal infrastructure. The ...Read More

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Photo: Help is now available for New Hampshire victims of domestic violence with local shelters offering Safe Haven for pets. Photo Credit: @mlcliff

CONCORD, N.H. - Domestic violence victims in the Granite State who may stay in abusive homes because of concerns about their pets' well-being if they leave now have a place to turn. People who commit domestic violence often also harm pets, and that can make victims of domestic violence feel trapped...Read More

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PHOTO: New Hampshire gets a D in a report analyzing how each state supports – or doesn’t support – new parents in terms of leave time and job protection. The study’s release was timed for the White House Summit on Working Families. Photo credit: National Partnership for Women and Families.

CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire gets a D in a report analyzing how each state supports – or doesn't support – new parents in terms of such things as leave time and job protection. Vicki Shabo, one of the report's authors, says the Granite State ranks near the bottom when it comes t...Read More

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PHOTO: A new report finds New Hampshire manufacturers have more to lose from disruptions caused by climate change than the costs associated with proposed EPA carbon standards. Photo credit: Taneli Rajala/wikimedia commons.

CONCORD, N.H. – A new report finds the cost of the Environmental Protection Agency’s new carbon pollution standards is modest when compared to lost production due to severe weather caused by climate change. It's estimated the EPA’s proposed standards will raise electricity prices ...Read More

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PHOTO: A new report shows New Hampshire could meet EPA carbon reduction rules, expected to be announced next week, through energy-efficiency policies. Photo credit: Deborah C. Smith

CONCORD, N.H. - The Environmental Protection Agency’s new regulations to require carbon-pollution controls at existing coal-fired power plants are expected in about a week. There have been warnings about costs that would be passed along to consumers, but a study from the American Council for a...Read More

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PHOTO: New Hampshire beaches, say travel professionals, earn the Granit State a slice of a $180 billion dollar international tourism pie. The Obama administration is focused on bringing more international travelers to the United States to boost economic growth and produce jobs. Photo credit: MarkBuckawicki/

CONCORD, N.H. - President Obama used the long holiday weekend to put the focus on international travelers and the million-plus jobs those travelers support. Manny Witt, director, New England Tourism Center, Montreal, says the Granite State need not look far for its share of that economic impact, bec...Read More

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PHOTO: An undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States revealed shocking animal abuse in Grand Isle, Vt. Videotape from the investigation showed veal calves only a few days old kicked, slapped and repeatedly shocked with electric prods and subjected to other mistreatment. Photo: HSUS

CONCORD, N.H. - Some see it as a "painful" loophole in animal slaughter regulations. In New England, it affects so-called "downer calves" (cattle on the ground that cannot get up). Paul Shapiro, vice president of Farm Animal Protection, Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), says federal law cu...Read More

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