Friday N.H. News Roundup - June 20, 2014
We're covering the top stories of the week: from Rockingham county District attorney Jim Reams' announcement that he is resigning from his job, to a new report showing that up to eighty thousand New Hampshire residents could be drinking contaminated water, and Bike Week bringing thousands of two-wheeled vehicles to Laconia.
- Jeff Feingold – editor of the New Hampshire Business Review
- Kathleen Ronayne – Statehouse reporter for the Concord Monitor
- Rik Stevens – northern New England correspondent for the Associated Press
- N.H. Affordable Care Act report
- Medicaid Expansion to begin Mid-August for N.H.
- Thousands of wells with high arsenic content
- Jack Kimball joins Smith campaign
- Record amounts of funding in Senate races
- Capital Budget hearings
- Testerman withdraws from Senate race
- Senate debates begin
- Favorable minimum wage numbers in N.H.
- PSNH warns of rate hikes
- Jim Reams resigns
- Bike Week rumbles into Laconia
- N.H. farmer growing hops