Ten students arrested at State House protest
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Dozens of college students descended on the state capitol building Tuesday, pressing their case for reversal of Republican-passed election laws that they say impede their right to vote.
Ten were arrested on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct when they refused to leave the offices of Gov. Chris Sununu and Secretary of State Bill Gardner after closing time.
The students were booked in the State House cafeteria and released. They’ll face fines, but no jail time.