Archive of: People, Q&A

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Q&A with health policy expert Ned Helms January 10 2014

Q&A with health policy expert Ned Helms

Ned Helms, founding director of the New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice at the University of New Hampshire, has strong opinions about the Affordable Care Act.

Q&A with Jordan Institute Executive Director Laura Richardson December 27 2013

Q&A with Jordan Institute Executive Director Laura Richardson

Laura Richardson took a unique journey to become the executive director of The Jordan Institute, the Concord-based nonprofit and energy-efficiency advocacy organization.

Q&A with Northeast Delta Dental CEO Tom Raffio December 13 2013

Q&A with Northeast Delta Dental CEO Tom Raffio

‘I heard Dave Cowens speak at a business conference, and it seemed that every point he made aligned with the points that were in our book drafts.’

Q&A with Saint Anselm College President Steven R. DiSalvo November 15 2013

Q&A with Saint Anselm College President Steven R. DiSalvo

'The whole cost of education issue is one of the top things we’ll focus on going forward. We don’t want to raise the tuition too much, and we want to continue to offer substantial financial aid'

Q&A with UNH benefactor Marcy Carsey November 1 2013

Q&A with UNH benefactor Marcy Carsey

'There is too much ideology and too many ideological presumptions in our policymaking at all levels'

Q&A with Revenue Commissioner John Beardmore October 18 2013

Q&A with Revenue Commissioner John Beardmore

"We are auditing to ensure fairness in the tax system in the first instance, not to raise money for the state."

Q&A with Lobbyist Ed Dupont October 4 2013

Q&A with Lobbyist Ed Dupont

Dupont is a Concord lobbyist, former Senate president and member of several state boards and commissions

Q&A with AARP New Hampshire President Dick Chevrefils September 20 2013

Q&A with AARP New Hampshire President Dick Chevrefils

After serving as volunteer state president of AARP New Hampshire from 2003 to 2007 Chevrefils has returned to the job for a second go-round

Q&A with attorney Jack Sanders September 6 2013

Q&A with attorney Jack Sanders

“Getting old is mandatory, but aging is optional,” said Sanders, a partner in the Portsmouth office of Pierce Atwood LLP.