A deeper take on stories and newsmakers from around the Granite State by our friends at InDepthNH.org.
As a result of a Jan. 25 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, four men incarcerated in New Hampshire, all sentenced years ago as teenagers to spend life in prison – with no chance for parole – will now be re-sentenced. READ MORE
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Judge Richard B. McNamara ordered the state to issue a medical marijuana registration card to dying labor activist Linda Horan Nov. 24, “without undue delay” so she can buy it legally in Maine. READ MORE
The proposed legislation also prohibits firing police simply because their names are on “Laurie” lists, but would allow termination for the underlying behavior that prompted the designation. READ MORE
“I desperately need the medication in order to live the last of my time on earth with a semblance of dignity and my mental processes intact for as long as possible,” Linda Horan wrote in a sworn statement. READ MORE
Dying labor activist Linda Horan should be allowed to buy legal medical marijuana in Maine now because she may not live long enough to benefit from New Hampshire’s dispensaries since they are still months away from opening, her lawyer, Paul Twomey, argued Thursday. READ MORE