Court holds Statehouse session for building’s bicentennial
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New Hampshire Supreme Court justices can’t get into lawmakers’ minds to interpret legislative intent, but they can get into their building for a special occasion.
The court held oral arguments in Representative’s Hall on Tuesday as part of a weeklong celebration of the Statehouse’s bicentennial. They heard a case involving a dispute between a property owner and two architectural firms that arose after a man fell on the stairs leading from a Hanover building to a sidewalk in 2015.