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UConn Men’s Hockey defeats N.H. 5-3

UConn Men’s Hockey defeats N.H. 5-3

Breaking its 6-game winless streak, University of Connecticut (UConn) Men’s Hockey scored an impressive victory over New Hampshire Friday night.

Kasperi Ojanatakanen of UConn scored two goals and contributed an assist, while each of Philip Nyberg, Tage Thompson, and Spencer Naas scored one goal. Naas also added two assists. Overall, UConn defeated New Hampshire 5-3.

N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu eliminates concealed-carry gun licenses

N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu eliminates concealed-carry gun licenses

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has finally eliminated the state’s concealed-carry gun licenses, allowing residents to carry a concealed firearm without a permit/license.

Gov. Sununu signed the Senate Bill 12 (SB 12) into law, saying it would allow the state’s law-abiding residents to carry a firearm in a manner that best suits their needs without requiring a license in most cases.

The Republican governor called SB 12 “common-sense legislation” about people’s safety. The National Rifle Association (NRA) and other supporters of the legislation praised the decision.

N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu signs ‘constitutional carry’ into law

N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu signs ‘constitutional carry’ into law

New Hampshire residents will no longer require a license to carry a loaded gun in a purse or under a jacket as Gov. Chris Sununu has signed a concealed carry measure into law.

Gov. Sununu’s signature on Senate Bill 12 has enabled law-abiding New Hampshire residents to carry a firearm in the manner best suiting their needs without requiring a permit or a license in most cases.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) welcomed Gov. Sununu’s decision, saying the Granite State finally joined the growing number of states in passing and implementing constitutional carry.

N.H. bill aims to add ‘gender identity’ to anti-discrimination protections

N.H. bill aims to add ‘gender identity’ to anti-discrimination protections

A bipartisan group of New Hampshire lawmakers are pushing for a proposed bill that aims to expand protections and prevent discrimination against transgender people in the state.

Three Republican senators have joined forces with eight Democratic senators and representatives for the measure that proposes to add “gender identity” to the Granite State’s statues of anti-discrimination.

The bill describes gender identity as an individual’s identity in appearance or conduct, even if it does not correspond with the person’s assigned sex at birth or physiology.

No voter fraud occurred in New Hampshire: Trump’s former aide says

No voter fraud occurred in New Hampshire: Trump’s former aide says

There was no voter fraud in New Hampshire that Donald Trump alleged prevented him from winning the popular vote in the state during the 2016 election, a former aide of the president admitted.

Corey Lewandowski, a former campaign manager for President Trump, said in an interview that he did not see evidence of any kind of voter fraud during last year’s election in the Granite State.

When asked about the alleged voter fraud, Lewandowski said, “I live on the border. I didn’t see buses coming across the line to say that, hey, we’ve moved up from Massachusetts.”

One seriously injured in N.H. snowmobile collision

One seriously injured in N.H. snowmobile collision

A 61-year-old New Hampshire man received serious injuries in a car and snowmobile collision occurred Saturday afternoon, authorities confirmed.

New Hampshire state police said in a statement that the report of the serious personal injury in a motor vehicle and snowmobile collision occurred on Route 115, near the Route 2, at 3:28 p.m.

N.H. Supreme Court rejects new trial for 78-year-old convicted killer

N.H. Supreme Court rejects new trial for 78-year-old convicted killer

New Hampshire’s Supreme Court on Friday turned down 78-year-old convicted killer Robert Breest’s request for a new trial.

The Supreme Court justices rejected Breest’s plea for a new trial, saying a new DNA testing wouldn’t have brought about a different verdict. The apex court’s ruling was in line with a similar ruling a lower court.

Ian Dumain, a lawyer who represented the convicted killer in the court, said that the verdict disappointed them.

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