New Hampshire news from The Associated Press for Tuesday, June 12, 2018.

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TREATMENT CENTERS-MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT

CONCORD, N.H.— Officials of several New Hampshire drug and alcohol treatment centers warned Tuesday that despite the opioid crisis, they will be forced to eliminate beds and reduce services if state officials don't increase Medicaid reimbursement rates. The centers received more money in the last few years after the state expanded its Medicaid program in 2014 and used federal money to put people on private health plans that paid more. But the state is switching to a managed care model which could mean a return to lower reimbursement rates. By Holly Ramer. SENT: 400 words.

KUSTER-SECOND DISTRICT

CONCORD, N.H. — Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster told a crowd of over 100 supporters that she is seeking re-election to restore decency, integrity and opportunity as American values. Kuster, who is running unopposed in the primary, made her official bid for a fourth term representing the 2nd district in Congress Tuesday at the Statehouse. The hallway was packed with dozens of supporters who chanted "Annie" as she walked to the Secretary of State's office, where she signed the documents. By Stephanie Morales. SENT: 510 words.

IN BRIEF:

NUDE PHOTOS POSTED-SENTENCE: A 19-year-old New Hampshire man who posted sexually explicit images of two ex-girlfriends online without their consent has been sentenced to two years in jail.

DREDGING-HARBOR: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is going to start planning emergency dredging of the state's largest commercial fishing port over the next year.

BEAVER BOOZE: Beaver-flavored whiskey, anyone?

TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT-NEW HAMPSHIRE: New Hampshire's Democratic U.S. senators are encouraged that President Donald Trump is pursuing diplomacy with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, but are uneasy about Trump's pledge to end joint military exercises with South Korea.

PEASE GREETERS-1,500th FLIGHT: A collective of retired veterans and local residents known as the "Pease Greeters" have welcomed their 1,500th flight to the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.

TOWN CLERK-EMBEZZLEMENT: A former tax collector and New Hampshire town clerk who admitted to stealing thousands of dollars has been sentenced to serve at least four years in prison.

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