The N.H. News Recap for April 1, 2022: New Laurie List release, latest news in education
The Attorney General’s office has released the second half of the Laurie List, which includes the names of police officers with possible credibility issues. Part of the Laurie List was made public for the first time in December. This week the Attorney General released the second half of that list.
The state of New Hampshire responded to a lawsuit this week over a law that prohibits certain kinds of teaching on racism, sexism and oppression in schools. Now the state is asking a federal court to dismiss the lawsuit.
We get to those stories and more on this edition of the New Hampshire News Recap.
- Nancy West, founder of the New Hampshire Center for Public Interest Journalism
- Ethan DeWitt, New Hampshire Bulletin
Top stories from around New Hampshire this week:
- Full ‘Laurie List’ of N.H. cops with possible credibility issues released
- Defending ‘divisive concepts’ statute, state argues law is not vague
- Most education freedom account recipients not leaving public schools, department says
- Legislative effort to amend N.H. abortion ban continues with key House vote
- National Democrats’ proposal to shuffle presidential primary puts N.H.’s lead role at risk
- Ossipee police officer denied immunity over truck driver’s detention