N.H. Gov. Signs Criminal Background Check Bill Local Rep. Sponsored

Grafton-1 House candidates Linda Massimilla, left, and Erin Hennessey campaign outside the polling station in Littleton, N.H., on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. Both won re-election, Massimilla (D-Littleton) to a fourth term, Hennessey (R-Littleton) to a third. (Photo by Paul Hayes)

It’s no secret that the labor market is tight in New Hampshire and in the North Country, and many employers are looking for employees, and sooner rather than later.

But while many other states have fast computerized criminal background check systems, New Hampshire, until recently, was one of the few with a notarized form that was mailed to the New Hampshire Department of Public Safety, which processes the results and then mails them back.

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