The N.H. News Recap for Feb. 4, 2022: Immigration, Laurie List cops still in law enforcement
There are a few immigration bills making their way through the legislature this session, including one that would make it easier for immigrants to obtain driver's licenses. And some cops on the Laurie List no longer have badges, but they’re still involved in policing.
Plus, there was some firey rhetoric at the State House this week over a bill that would re-litigate the 2020 election, although there's no evidence to support claims that the general election was fraudulent.
We get to those stories and more on this edition of the New Hampshire News Recap.
- Gaby Lozada, Report for America Corps Member at NHPR
- Todd Bookman, NHPR
Top stories from New Hampshire this week
- Citing conspiracies, some N.H. GOP lawmakers and activists push for a 2020 election audit
- Invisible Walls: Visiting Manchester’s East Side
- From stigma to difficult documentation, Granite Staters face barriers in accessing Medicaid
- They no longer wear badges, but some N.H. ‘Laurie List’ officers are still involved in policing
- How a police officer show was fired in Dover got a new job as a police officer in Lee
- Manchester high schools had a dress code from the ‘80s. Students decided it was time to update it.