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2016 September 20 - 12:00 am

Plan Would Train Workers for Jobs in High-Demand Fields

“I am concerned that Republicans on the committee are allowing politics to prevent us from moving forward with this common-sense initiative to fill jobs at growing companies and help close the opportunity gap for New Hampshire’s children and families,” she said in a statement.

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