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NHDP Statement on Governor Sununu Bowing to Trump on Dangerous Health Care Repeal

 Concord, N.H. – Governor Sununu met with President Trump over the weekend. While Sununu claims to have advocated to protect provisions to combat substance abuse, he refuses to speak up for protecting Medicaid expansion, which experts have said is critical for New Hampshire’s efforts to turn the tide of the substance abuse crisis. New Hampshire Democratic Party […]

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NHDP Statement on U.S. News Ranking New Hampshire the Number One State for Economic Opportunity

 Concord, N.H. – Thanks to Senator Maggie Hassan’s steady bipartisan leadership as Governor over the last four years, U.S. News today announced that New Hampshire has been ranked the number one state in the nation for economic opportunity (and the number two best state overall). The rankings weigh a number of measures of each state’s health, education […]

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NHDP Statement: NH GOP Sen. Bob Giuda defends conversion therapy’s ability to “protect societal norms”

Concord, N.H. – This afternoon, the New Hampshire State Senate held a vote on a bill banning conversion therapy for minors. The bill passed on the Senate floor 15-8 with bipartisan support and sponsors from both parties. During today’s session, GOP State Senator Bob Giuda defended conversion therapy’s ability to “protect societal norms.” Senator Giuda once compared same-sex marriage […]

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NHDP Statement: Governor Sununu needs to denounce his unqualified Education Commissioner’s crackpot theory

Concord, N.H. – At an event yesterday in Windham, N.H., newly confirmed Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut suggested that full-day kindergarten may result in more children being misdiagnosed with ADHD. NHDP Chairman Ray Buckley issued the following statement in response: “Frank Edelblut’s baseless comment is exactly why state law requires the Governor to appoint people who are qualified for […]

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