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Drive Faster, Drink Later Among New Hampshire’s New Laws

Under new laws in New Hampshire taking effect with the start of the new year, people can drive faster along a rural section of Interstate 93 in New Hampshire and drink an hour later at local bars with the community’s OK.

 

New Hampshire lawmakers raised the speed limit on the state’s main north-south highway to 70 mph from mile marker 45 between Exits 17 and 18 in Canterbury to the Vermont border. There’s an exception: the stretch through Franconia Notch.

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