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With every good wish,
Governor of New Hampshire
February 12, 2016 - Governor Maggie Hassan and New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry announced a new partnership - the New Hampshire School Connectivity Initiative.
February 11, 2016 - Continuing her efforts to combat the heroin and opioid crisis and help save lives, Governor Maggie Hassan today sent a letter to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee urging support for Senate Bill 533 as amended, which would provide additional resources to the Governor's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery and add an attorney at the Department of Justice to focus on opioid-related crimes and issues.
House Bill 681 will help us build on Joshua's Law and continue to strengthen our efforts to address domestic violence by increasing funding for domestic violence prevention programs across the state.
Panel to Review and Advise Governor on the Implementation of Medicaid Managed Care Program
Panel of Experts Will Advise Governor On State Revenue Projections Throughout Budget Cycle
Commission on Innovation, Efficiency and Transparency in State Government
Bringing Together Diverse Stakeholders to Help Modernize STEM Education
Governor to Also Nominate Two SEC Members
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