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Official New Hampshire state website. Provides links to the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the state government, plus facts about the state, directory of cities and towns, business, education, and visitor information links, and an agency telephone directory.

Judicial Branch - State of New Hampshire
Information on the judicial duties, oral argument calendars, courthouse locations, court rules, law library services, bar exam FAQs, jury duty, student and teacher resources, and press releases.

Land and Community Heritage Investment Program - LCHIP
Land conservation and historic preservation program provides matching grants to towns to protect natural and cultural resources.

New Hampshire Association of Assessing Officials
Established by the State Legislature in 1911 to encourage equitable taxation and the education of public officials about tax issues. Provides calendar of meetings and events, member listserv, related links, and contact information.

New Hampshire Bureau of Emergency Communications
Statewide Enhanced 9-1-1 call center. Mission statement, staff directory, public education programs, event calendar, commission members, and employment information.

New Hampshire Court Reporters Association
Mission statement, court reporter certification FAQs, membership information, member directory, and contacts.

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food
Promotes agriculture in the state, ensures safe food supplies, and develops markets for the state's farmers. Agricultural statistics, rules and laws, publications, and division contacts.

New Hampshire Department of Justice
Carries out the constitutional, statutory, and common law duties of the State Attorney General. Publications, charitable trust information, victim and witness services, and directory of department bureaus.

New Hampshire Department of Safety
Enforcement and promotion of: motor vehicle and highway safety laws, criminal laws, commercial vehicle regulations, fire safety, building and equipment safety, and boating safety.

New Hampshire Division of Economic Development
Provides information on the state's business climate, including industry profiles, relocation and expansion resources, commercial real estate search, and frequently asked questions.

New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles
Provides vehicle licensing, titling, and registration information as well as forms and contact information. Also provides information on operator licenses.

New Hampshire Division of Ports and Harbors
Maintains and develops the ports, harbors, moorings, and terminals on all navigable tidal rivers within the state. Part of the Pease Development Authority.

New Hampshire Employment Security
Information for job seekers and employers, including unemployment benefits, job fairs, current openings statewide, economic and labor markets, forms and publications, and related links.

New Hampshire General Court
The legislative branch of NH state government. Current members, House and Senate committees, legislator voting records, bill search, House calendars and journals, House rules, and veto messages.

New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Provides information to citizens and emergency workers on responding to severe weather, natural hazards, terrorist activities, and other dangers. Training courses, news, and contacts.

New Hampshire Moose Plate Program
Information about the special license plate program that raises money for conservation and historic preservation projects.

New Hampshire State Data Center
Demographic information and statistics provided by the Office of Energy and Planning and the United States Census Bureau.

New Hampshire's Congressional Delegation
Members of the House of Representatives and the Senate for the state on New Hampshire.

The Local Government Center
Non-profit membership organization provides legal and technical assistance, legislative representation, training, workshops, and personnel services to the state's cities and towns. Previously known as NH Municipal Association.