Tag Archives: Online

Online Voter Registration in N.H.?

New Hampshire is one of about a dozen remaining states that doesn’t allow online voter registration — but a bill introduced this year could change that. Similar proposals surfaced in 2016 and 2017, but neither gained traction — in part, because they … Continue reading

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Is New Hampshire Ready to Legalize Online Gambling?

A bill that would legalize online gambling in New Hampshire has sprung back to life, just weeks after the Granite State joined the ranks of online lottery states. Last week a hearing was scheduled for HB 562, a two paragraph placeholder bill introduced in January. | More… … Continue reading

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Maybe they should stop visiting MSNBC online and CNN.com.

NEW YORK (AP) — A new survey says a whopping 41 percent of U.S. adults have experienced online harassment, ranging from offensive name-calling to stalking and sexual harassment. That’s up from 35 percent in 2014. The Pew Research Center said … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Lottery Cleared For Online Expansion

New Hampshire is expected to become the fifth U.S. state to offer interactive lottery (iLottery) games after lawmakers agreed on Thursday to endorse online lottery expansion. The New Hampshire House and Senate both voted Thursday to pass House Bill 571 … Continue reading

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New Hampshire House Review: ‘Red Pill’ versus ‘Rep Rage’

Yesterday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to have a committee look into the online behavior of two state representatives – Republican Robert Fisher and Democrat Sherry Frost. The saga in the house started months ago when Frost was elected … Continue reading

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