Author Archive | kmccrea

Concord Monitor: Farm Support Reaches Governor’s Desk

I’d like to thank everyone who testified or helped out with getting this passed. The with Governor Sununu’s signature, we will have demonstrated, despite yesterday’s fiasco, that New Hampshire’s government is still capable of addresses our citizens problems and maintaining our state’s character into the future. Read the whole story here.

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Portsmouth Herald: Local legislatures talk shop with residents Democratic legislatures from Portsmouth met with residents on Tuesday evening at the Portsmouth Public Library. [Alexander Lacasse Photo}

Thanks to all my House colleagues and the residents who joined us to discuss the future of Portsmouth and our state. There is no better way for us to keep in touch with the needs of the communities we represent than in meetings like these. Read the whole story here.

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Union-Leader: Secretary of State is opposed to bill to ratify results for towns that rescheduled elections

Union-Leader: “Sen. Martha Fuller Clark said the Legislature should support the decisions town officials made on the basis of public safety.” “’I would hope we would understand that those communities that decided to move their elections did it because of forecasts that actually proved to be true,’ she said. ‘Trees came down; roads were closed; […]

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For Keith Ellison – For Reform & Victory

For Keith Ellison – For Reform & Victory As a member of the DNC, it is my responsibility to support the candidate for Chairman of the Democratic National Committee who I believe will best build a party capable of reaching out to every party of the Democratic coalition and to organize a party that compete […]

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Union-Leader: Dan Tuohy’s Granite Status “The show must go on?”

MFC to lead push to reauthorize Medicaid expansion: “THE SHOW must go on? State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark introduced a bill Wednesday to reauthorize Medicaid expansion for another two years, behind its current sunset date of Dec. 31, 2018. The shifting political and policy landscape in Washington, with the repeal-and-replace bullseye on Obamacare, leaves some […]

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Seacoast Online: NH Senate to take up bill to help dairy farmers

We can’t afford to see family farms in New Hampshire close because once they’ve been sold and subdivided, they never come back. With long-term trends making local agriculture more and more viable, this short-term investment will pay off for decades to come. Read the full story at

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