Concord – After New Hampshire’s Strafford County Superior Court ruled the Republican education voucher program unconstitutional, New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director Harrell Kirstein released the following statement. The court’s decision can be read here (http://advancingnheducation.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/superior-court-opinion-skmbt_60113061713550.pdf) while more information about the plaintiffs and the case as a whole can be found here (http://anhpe.org/). “This is a [...]
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Concord – Poking yet another hole in the rapidly shrinking list of NHGOP talking points, the nonpartisan New Hampshire Fiscal Policy institute posted a letter from United States Department of Health and Human Services clearly stating that New Hampshire has the ability to opt in and out of Medicaid Expansion at any time. “Should New [...]
Concord – In a desperate attempt to defend their Tea Party agenda of standing between New Hampshire citizens and affordable health care, New Hampshire Republicans are resorting to distorting former Governor Lynch’s words and actions. Despite dishonest Republican claims to the contrary, Governor Lynch supported the establishment of a state based exchange with the Affordable [...]
Concord – New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director Harrell Kirstein issued the following statement after Senate Republicans refused to accept a $5.3 million federal grant that would help connect Granite Staters to health coverage. Republicans blocked the grant with a 13-11 party line vote on SB129. “Why do Jeb Bradley, Andy Sanborn and Senate Republicans [...]
Concord – New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director Harrell Kirstein released the following statement on State Representative George Lambert exploring a campaign for Governor of New Hampshire. “An extreme right-wing Tea Party Republican like Representative George Lambertmakes a perfect standard bearer for the top of NHGOP’s ticket next fall. In the State House, Lambert tried to make it harder [...]