Amanda Pirani

Amanda Pirani

Amanda is a newsroom intern with the New Hampshire Bulletin. She previously worked as a news editor for The New Hampshire, the University of New Hampshire’s student-run newspaper. While there, she reported on campus affairs, politics, and public health. A New Hampshire native, Amanda has learned to appreciate the unique political culture of her home state and brings experience from political campaigns. She plans to continue her degree in political science as a rising junior at the University of Michigan.

Budget provision aims to ease staff constraints in county nursing homes 

By: - May 29, 2023

The Senate Finance Committee voted in favor of a budget amendment last Monday that would provide licensed nursing assistants reimbursement for their certification program to become a medication nursing assistant.  According to Sen. Howard Pearl, a Loudon Republican who introduced the amendment, MNA certification would play an important role in easing the workload of nurses […]

Bill establishing committee to study out-of-state waste headed to governor’s desk 

By: - May 24, 2023

A bill to study the amount of out-of-state waste entering the Granite State will now head to Gov. Chris Sununu’s desk after passing both the House and Senate by a voice vote.  Last Thursday, the House passed Senate Bill 159, which will establish a committee to investigate the relationship between out-of-state solid waste and unlimited […]