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LOCAL GOVERNMENT CENTER:
The organization that provides various services, including health insurance, to the state's municipalities, gets its day in court.
The attorney hired by the state
the LGC tells the bureau that the organization acted "intentionally, unethically and unscrupulously" in withholding tens of millions in health-related premiums.
The former Republican state rep from Plaistow is charged with cruelty to animals stemming from an incident in Alton last spring, when he allegedly hit a dog with a stick.
This time the Republican state rep from Epsom is in the news for joining the legal team of USA Springs, the company that wants to build a controversial bottling plant and is now in bankruptcy court.
The Manchester resident who engineered Rick Santorum's long run as Mitt Romney's only real challenger takes a job with the Romney campaign.
The Republican from Berlin becomes the sixth member of the New Hampshire Senate--five of them Republicans--to announce he won't be seeking re-election this year.
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|Title Annotation:||Flotsam & Jetsam|
|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||May 4, 2012|
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