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Canterbury resident was husband, step-father, former Libertarian candidate for Congress, and apps inventor.
With a month or two to live, Hardy Macia takes to YouTube urging governor to allow patients to grow their own.
U.S. Representative for the 2nd Congressional District has breakfast with business leaders.
NH Democratic Party Chairman Buckley calls press conference an "elaborate April Fool's joke."
The bill, passed 206-158, would increase the road toll 4 cents a year over three years.
The review is underway in connection with the 2012 voter ID law.
Government, Police & Fire
Officials: SB 152 will re-instate, improve revenue; crime increase would be similar to that of a new shopping mall.
UDPATED: Chairwoman responds to governor's chief-of-staff response in lottery director lobbying flap.
Is there inappropriate lobbying going on in NH?
The bill passed the House on Wednesday.
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