UNH: Sex worker conference cost nothing until GOP lobby group made a fuss

"It's unfortunate that the former chief of staff to former Speaker of the House Bill O’Brien and AFP are going to such lengths to paint UNH in a negative light in an attempt to manipulate the debate over the cost of higher education on middle class families in the state,” the statement read. “To issue a press release in advance of the RTK request only underscores their motive and efforts." Mantz said the only state money used was that "wasted as a result of university employees being diverted from their work to respond to a politically motivated Right to Know request."


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