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A check on NH restaurants
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A check on NH restaurants

Fred Kocher, NH Business host NH Business: Checking in on New Hampshire's restaurants Restaurants across the country are struggling to deal with rising costs and a shortage of workers. Updated: 7:42 AM EDT Oct 2, 2022 Hide Transcript Show Transcript WELCOME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS. I’M FRANK COKE. I LOVE TO GO OUT TO NEW HAMPSHIRE RESTAURANTS, BUT RIGHT NOW NEW HAMPSHIRE RESTAURANTS ARE OPERATING WITH HIGHER COSTS. TROUBLE GETTING SOME EMPLOYEES AND WITH UNPAID FOOD SUPPLIES IN SOME CASES. SO THE NATIONAL REST...
Live updates: New Hampshire and Rhode Island election results 2022
Politics

Live updates: New Hampshire and Rhode Island election results 2022

The 2022 primary season is poised to go out with a bang, as voters in New Hampshire and Rhode Island decide a series of fiercely contested races that could play a major role in deciding control of the House and Senate next year. Over more than six months, voters around the country have set the stakes for November’s general election – a series of contests that will decide control at nearly every level of government beneath the presidency. Democrats are defending narrow majorities on Capitol Hill and hard-won state executive seats across the country, while Republicans are trying to wrest back control of Congress and put a halt on President Joe Biden’s agenda. The GOP is also positioned to elect a slate of 2020 election denier to key posts in the stat...
Abortion Access Finds a Place Even in Down-Ballot Campaigns
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Abortion Access Finds a Place Even in Down-Ballot Campaigns

By SUSAN HAIGH and JULIE CARR SMYTH, Associated PressHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Appearing bare-shouldered in a TV ad, Connecticut Democrat Dita Bhargava looks directly into the camera and promises, if elected, to “lead the crusade" for abortion rights.Photos of other women flash on the screen, also with no clothes showing. “This is who have freedom over their own bodies stripped away,” Bhargava says in the commercial, referring to the U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling overturning the constitutional right to abortion. “This is who the Supreme Court left completely vulnerable.”It would make sense to think Bhargava is running for governor, state legislature or Congress — positions that could play a direct role in future abortion laws. She's not. She's a candidate for state treasurer.Bhargava,...