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Remote Legislating

The Supreme Court of New Hampshire ruled that remote sessions of the state’s House of Representatives, “whereby a quorum could be determined electronically,” would not violate the state constitution. The Covid-19 pandemic prompted the House to seek guidance from the court on the issue.

CONCORD, N.H. — The Supreme Court of New Hampshire ruled that remote sessions of the state’s House of Representatives, “whereby a quorum could be determined electronically,” would not violate the state constitution. The Covid-19 pandemic prompted the House to seek guidance from the court on the issue. 

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