The N.H. News Recap for Jan. 7, 2021: Laurie List, Bill Gardner resigns
This week, state lawmakers met for the first time since 2022. What do this week’s sessions tell us about the year ahead in the State House?
At least eight police officers on the Laurie List remain active in the state, including two police chiefs. And Secretary of State Bill Gardner stepped down after over 40 years in office.
Plus, COVID case numbers reach record highs, but hospitalizations don't appear to follow that trend.
We talk about those stories and more this week on the New Hampshire News Recap.
- Todd Bookman, NHPR
- Paula Tracy, InDepth NH
Top stories from around New Hampshire this week
- N.H. lawmakers fail to override Gov. Sununu vetoes
- New Hampshire House approves GOP-backed redistricting plan
- House members sit ‘mask optional’ and ‘mask required’ at Manchester Hotel session
- Despite possible credibility concerns, at least 8 ‘Laurie List’ police officers remain employed
- ‘COVID-recovering’ patients and potential post-holiday surge add further stress to N.H.’s hospitals
- After more than 40 years in office, N.H. Secretary of State Bill Gardner to step down
- Missing Manchester girl’s dad accused of assault; search continues