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Former U.S. Marine Maura Sullivan of Portsmouth, who is the co-chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party Veterans and Military Families Caucus, speaks at a press conference with fellow veterans at Veterans Park in Manchester on Tuesday

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The state Attorney General's office advised that college students studying from home out of state due to COVID-19 can cast ballots in New Hampshire on Nov. 3. Here, voters check in at the polls at the Deerfield Fairgrounds during the September primary.

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Gov. Chris Sununu announces the filing of a U.S. Supreme Court lawsuit against  Massachusetts imposing its income tax on employees working from home in New Hampshire due to COVID-19.

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Voters trickle into the polls at West Running Brook Middle School on March 10, 2020.

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Assistant Principal Nancy Rothe spray- paints social-distancing markers for students at the school bus pickup at Hillside Middle School in Manchester on Monday. City schools begin a hybrid model of learning on Tuesday.

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Job seeker Natasha Robitaille of Manchester takes a picture of the help-wanted sign at Dunkin’ on Elm Street in Manchester on June 8. New Hampshire’s unemployment rate dropped to 6% in September.

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The New Hampshire Hospital Association estimated the VA owed a total of $137 million to New Hampshire providers earlier this year, from large hospitals like Catholic Medical Center (pictured) and Elliot Hospital, to small providers.

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Monica Vegelj writes a math problem on a blackboard in her new outdoor classroom at High Mowing School in Wilton on Wednesday.

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