Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes, D-Concord, thanks volunteers with the state chapter of AARP for their support of his bill to allow New Hampshire to import cheaper prescription drug from Canada.
Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes (left), D-Concord, greets Gov. Chris Sununu as the governor arrives Tuesday to testify for Feltes’ bill to allow New Hampshire to import drugs from Canada. Feltes is one of two Democrats running for governor in 2020; Republican Sununu is running for a third …
Gov. Chris Sununu testifies on bill to legalize importing cheaper prescription drugs from Canada. The governor also embraced bills to prevent an insurer from shutting a customer off a drug they had been getting and another to increase transparency regarding drug pricing.
Raymond Goulet Jr. of Manchester accepts the Maurice L. McQuillen Award from Maureen McQuillen at the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Raymond Goulet Jr. of Manchester speaks with Scott McQuillen, left, after receiving the Maurice L. McQuillen Award at the New Hampshire Union Leader. Named after the first veterans editor of the state’s largest daily newspapers, the award honors service to fellow veterans.
Michelle Gosselin of Exeter charges her electric car Thursday at Whole Foods in Bedford.
Kosmas Koustas shakes hands with his attorney, Victoria Kelleher, as they leave federal court in Concord on Thursday.
Kosmas Koustas leaves federal court in Concord on Thursday after pleading guilty to a single drug charge in exchange for a sentence of 12 months probation.
U.S. Sen. and Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said the fight for the nomination will go well past the first-in-the-nation primary.