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Three Questions Raised by the Attorney General’s “Constitutional OK” of Education Savings Account

Three questions: First, what the hell took the Attorney General so long to correct the erroneous legal opinion that he rendered in April: | More at the Ed Mosca Blog

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Orville “Bud” Fitch New Election Expert?

NPR had a very revealing article about Orville “Bud” Fitch who will now become, at the insistence of Secretary of State Bill Gardner – our new election expert! N.H. Secretary of State Taps Statehouse Veteran as Elections Attorney Orville “Bud” … Continue reading

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N.H. opens hate crime investigation in boy’s near-hanging case

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has directed the state Attorney General’s office to join a hate crime investigation in Claremont, N.H., after an 8-year-old boy was hospitalized with rope burns on his neck from an alleged hanging incident involving other … Continue reading

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NH set to join multistate probe of Equifax

The state attorney general’s office will probably be collaborating with counterparts in other states looking into the massive Equifax security breach, which could affect almost half of the state’s population. | More… | NHBR

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New Hampshire sues opioid makers for deceptive marketing

New Hampshire on Tuesday became the latest state to launch a lawsuit against a prescription painkiller manufacturer, Perdue Pharma, for deceptively marketing OxyContin. The state’s attorney general accused Perdue in a civil complaint of downplaying OxyContin’s risk of addiction, overstating … Continue reading

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NH Attorney General Announces Medicaid Settlement

Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announces that New Hampshire will receive $70,808.24 in restitution and other recoveries from the Celgene Corporation (Celgene). New Hampshire has joined with other states and the federal government to settle allegations that Celgene engaged in … Continue reading

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The ailing state of government lawyering in NH

Since unceremoniously and precipitously firing our last highly qualified U.S. Attorney, the president has failed to appoint a replacement in the District of New Hampshire, leaving our state’s federal law enforcement outposts without an appointed captain to steer their efforts. … Continue reading

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