Weekly N.H. News Roundup: June 8, 2018
We look at the public feud between the largest state employees union and the top managers of the New Hampshire Liquor Commission. Are state liquor store employees at risk in high-volume cash sales? Lakes Region residents consider possible future plans for the former Laconia State School. And what to do with the troublesome bear pardoned by Governor Sununu last year, now rummaging again in backyards in the Upper Valley.
- Kevin Landrigan - Senior Reporter at the New Hampshire Union Leader.
- Josh Rogers – NHPR’s senior political reporter.
- Annie Ropeik - NHPR Energy and Environment reporter.
- Dean Spiliotes - civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at SNHU and author of the website NH Political Capital.
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NHPR's Josh Rogers reported on Governor Sununu's response to the public feud between the Liquor Commission and the State Employees Union. NHPR has reported extensively on the controversy over high-volume cash sales at the state liquor stores.
The Union Leader's Kevin Landrigan reported on the investigation into comment to intern made by Andy Sanborn.
NHPR's Annie Ropeik attended the public discussion of proposals for the former Laconia State School.
Here's a link to the VA Mission Act, which Rep. Annie Kuster cosponsored.
Britta Greene spoke to state bear project leader Andrew Timmins about the "Hanover bears."
Vote here on "What is PEAK NH" as part of our "Only in New Hampshire" series.