NHDP Statement: Edelblut blocked from power grab at Department of Education

Concord, N.H. – Today, the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee voted down an amendment proposed by Republican State Senator John Reagan that would have given Education Commissioner granted Frank Edelblut unprecedented, sweeping power over the Department of Education. This amendment was put forward at the request of Commissioner Edelblut. NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: […]

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NHDP Statement: Sununu in lock-step with Trump administration on recent controversies

Concord, N.H. – This week has been particularly controversial for the new Trump administration, and rather than distancing himself, Governor Sununu has endorsed President Trump’s decisions every step of the way. Trump proudly defended a remarkably unpopular AHCA bill, fired FBI Director Comey on a questionable timetable, and faces 20 attorneys general across the country calling […]

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NHDP Statement: Sununu proposes state opt-out for women’s health care coverage

Concord, N.H. – Today, during an interview on NHPR’s The Exchange, Governor Sununu proposed that states should be able to opt out of covering women’s health care, substance abuse treatment and mental health treatment. Referring to the opt out as “flexibilities” for the states, Sununu rationalized his stance on substance abuse treatment and women’s health by saying flexibility is […]

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NHDP Statement: Sununu desperately trying to protect himself from premium hikes due to GOP insurance market sabotage

Concord, N.H. – On Thursday, Governor Sununu sent a letter to President Trump, asking him to address CSRs or Cost Sharing Reductions, which the Trump administration has held hostage, causing instability in the health insurance market that could lead to premium spikes. Sununu’s letter came a day after standing side-by-side with Trumpcare architect Secretary Tom Price, […]

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NHDP Statement on Rep. Robert Fisher’s resignation from the New Hampshire House

Concord, N.H. – Today, misogynist online forum creator Representative Robert Fisher resigned his seat in the New Hampshire House. This came hours after House Republicans voted along party lines to take “no action” to punish Fisher for his comments and actions around the Red Pill website. NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: “As the first to […]

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