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Hassan’s first veto: A true head-scratcher
Hassan vetoed House Bill 403, a simple legislative study committee. The committee’s directive consisted entirely of this sentence: “The committee shall study end of life decisions.”
Earlier this session the House passed a bill to ban the use of private prisons by the State of New Hampshire. The bill was passed before the completion of a state study on the benefits and drawbacks of using private prisons. The self-proclaimed party of science, knowledge and reason is for gathering facts before acting, except when it isn’t.
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