Former N.H. lawmaker Bettencourt apologizes publicly
D.J. Bettencourt, who resigned his House seat earlier this year amid a scandal over misrepresentation of work while pursuing a law degree, apologized to “citizens of Salem and Windham” in a letter sent to The Eagle-Tribune.
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