Monthly Archives: May 2012

Constitutional Amendment – Education

The House, Senate, and Governor Lynch have agreed on language for CACR12, the education funding amendment.  Here’s a Union Leader article with a good synopsis – http://www.unionleader.com/article/20120531/NEWS06/705319882 The thing that I want to convey to you is that your state government … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

This weekend we celebrate Memorial Day, our most solemn holiday.  Sadly, many people don’t know the significance of Memorial Day, or worse, do and don’t think about it.  This weekend I am free to barbecue.  I am free to travel, … Continue reading

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Opportunities for the disabled

While serving on the Labor, Industrial, and Rehabilitative Services Committee, I helped pass HB401, “An act relative to postsecondary training for workers with disabilities. “. This bill allows workers with disabilities to intern in jobs with willing businesses to see … Continue reading

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