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NH News
11:05 am
Tue April 15, 2014

Sen. Shaheen Meets With Marathon Responders

Shaheen watches a presentation outlining N.H. SWAT Teams' involvement in the Watertown sweep following the Boston Marathon Bombings last year.
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New Hampshire police officers who pitched in after the Boston Marathon Bombings last year met in Manchester Tuesday with Senator Jeanne Shaheen.


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NH News
12:53 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Scott Brown Kicks Off U.S. Senate Run In Portsmouth

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Technically, Scott Brown’s been a candidate in this race since last month, when he filed with the FEC. But last night in a Portsmouth hotel ballroom the Republican who now lives in Rye, erased any remaining doubt.

“I am running to be a true independent voice for the people of NH and I will need you strength you help and you voters to succeed.”

Brown’s remarks stressed his connection new home state, where he’s summered as an adult and spent the earliest days of his childhood.

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NH News
10:55 am
Mon April 7, 2014

Brown Tells Supporters He'll Make It Official Thursday

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After months of flirting, former Massachusetts U.S. Senator Scott Brown plans to announce he’s running for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire Thursday in Portsmouth.

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NH News
10:42 am
Wed April 2, 2014

Scott Brown Nears Entry Into U.S. Senate Race

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Scott Brown's official announcement could come as early as next week, according to a report from WMUR.

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NH News
4:59 pm
Thu March 20, 2014

Obama Says Shaheen Should Stay And Brown Should Run From Texas

When he served in the U.S. Senate,  Scott Brown often voted with President Obama.

In 2011, Congressional Quarterly found Brown voted in support of the president’s agenda 70 percent of the time  -- second only to Susan Collins of Maine among Republicans.  But when asked on New England Cable News about Brown’s possible run here, the President made clear he prefers the incumbent.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Mon March 10, 2014

An Early-Bird Look At N.H.'s Midterm Races

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In mid-March, with the sap has hardly running, November seems a lifetime away. But in the political world, eight months goes by quickly, especially for those preparing for mid-term elections. Although the filing period isn’t until June, there’s already a solid list of Republicans hoping to face the three Democratic incumbents. In the 1st Congressional District, former Congressman Frank Guinta and former UNH business school Dean Dan Innis look to go against Carol Shea Porter. In Congressional District 2, state Rep.

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NH News
4:49 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Shaheen, Ayotte Back Bill To End Motorcycle Checkpoint Grants

Senators from New Hampshire, Wisconsin and West Virginia have introduced legislation to end federal funding for motorcycle-only checkpoints.

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From the Archives
10:18 am
Fri February 28, 2014

From The Archives: 1984 N.H. Primary

Vice President Walter Mondale

Today marks thirty years since the 1984 New Hampshire primary. It’s a contest not well remembered today – on the Republican side, President Ronald Reagan was running essentially unopposed, and the man who won the Democratic nomination, Walter Mondale, not only lost the New Hampshire primary, he lost the general election in a landslide.

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Environment
6:16 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Shaheen and Portman Reintroduce Stalled Energy Efficiency Bill

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  Thursday Senator Jeanne Shaheen reintroduced a wide-ranging energy bill that would promote energy efficiency buildings and appliances. But Shaheen and her co-sponsor, Ohio Republican Rob Portman, had to make some compromises to get the long-stalled legislation moving again.

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NH News
12:04 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Manchester Airport Officials Oppose Move To Cut Tower's Overnight Hours

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Officials at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport are pushing back against a recommendation that the control tower be closed from midnight to 6 in the morning.

The proposal comes out of an internal review done every few years by the regional FAA Control Tower Manager based in Manchester.

It’s now up to the FAA whether to follow through.

Airport spokesman Tom Malafonte says the recommendation is still in the early stages, but airport officials with the airport have already reached out to the FAA to make clear their opposition.

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NH News
3:20 pm
Fri February 21, 2014

Sen. Shaheen Touts Benefits Of Farm Bill To N.H.'s Small Dairy Farms

Allen Bartlett speaks with U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen during her visit to Bartlett Farm Dairy in Concord.
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During a visit to Bartlett Farm in Concord Friday, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen said the recently-passed Farm Bill will provide support to New Hampshire’s dairy farms.

Co-owner Scott Bartlett, who runs the farm with his father, says his cows produce roughly 70 pounds of milk each day.

“We milk 70, we have about 130 total, including the young ones.”

But he says feeding those cows is the farm’s biggest issue.

“Load of grain comes here about every three and a half weeks, that’s $10,000.”

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NH News
10:03 am
Fri January 31, 2014

N.H. Getting Nearly $3.4M In Low Income Heating Assistance

 

New Hampshire is getting nearly $3.4 million in federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Funds.

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NH News
10:32 am
Wed January 29, 2014

N.H. Reacts To President Obama's State Of The Union Address

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Here is a roundup of reactions to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech from the New Hampshire Congressional delegation and political organizations.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte:

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NH News
12:22 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

Shaheen, Ayotte Vote To Advance Three-Month Jobless Benefits Extension

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New Hampshire’s two U.S. Senators voted today to advance a temporary extension of long-term unemployment benefits.

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NH News
2:13 pm
Mon December 16, 2013

Shaheen: Budget Deal A 'Down Payment' Toward Nation's Financial Issues

New Hampshire U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen says the Senate should pass the two-year budget plan the House passed by a wide margin last week.

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