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HHS spending: Responsible all along
When the $10.7 billion budget deal was announced last week, Hassan released this statement: "This bipartisan, fiscally responsible balanced budget agreement represents true and meaningful progress on the priorities that matter to the people of New Hampshire and that are critical for creating good jobs and building a more innovative economic future."
So when Senate Republicans propose spending $2.07 billion on HHS, it's devastating, but when Republicans and Democrats agree together to spend $2.07 billion on HHS, it's fiscally responsible. Got it.
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