New Hampshire students join thousands around the country in walking out of their classrooms to protest school shootings and NRA influence. The New Hampshire Attorney General finds that a state trooper was justified in shooting and killing an unarmed Enfield man. And Secretary of State Bill Gardner, with 42 years on the job, faces a rare re-election challenge -- this time, from former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Colin Van Ostern.
- Casey McDermott - NHPR reporter, covering politics, policy and healthcare.
- Garry Rayno - Author of Distant Dome, a Manchester Ink link and indepthnh.org series that explores stories from the NH statehouse.
- Dean Spiliotes - Civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at SNHU and author of the website NH Political Capital.
- Dan Tuohy - Digital engagement producer for NHPR.
Towns and voters weather snow on town election day for the second year in a row.
Peter Biello spoke with Londonderry town manager Kevin Smith about his town's election. Smith is among many local officials who objected to a memo issued by N.H. Secretary of State Bill Gardner and N.H. Attorney General Gordon MacDonald prohibiting towns from postponing voting due to weather.
N.H. students joined thousands of students in a nation-wide walkout to protest gun violence in schools. Read NHPR's coverage.
Also this week, gun-rights groups rallied.
Governor Sununu met with his Safety School Preparedness task force this week.
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N.H. lottery winner gets to remain anonymous.