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State Senator District 20

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    Lou D'Allesandro

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    Carla Gericke

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What should our state do over the long term to ensure healthcare access for all, including treatment for addiction and mental illness?

In building a vibrant economy in our state, would you emphasize reforming tax policies, addressing income inequality, changing the minimum wage, or something else?

What do you see as the state government’s role in creating or incentivizing more housing?

What should state government do to ensure an equitable, quality public education for all children pre-K through grade 12?

What will you do to ensure that the priorities of New Hampshire citizens take precedence over the benefits to your party?

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Continue the work that began with expansion of medicare and the items passed in our last operating budget to address mental health.
Increasing the minimum wage, addressing tax policy as it relates to the BET & BPT.
Providing more funds to the NH Housing Authority.
Continue our investment in public education and provide targeted aid to those districts in need.
I have always looked at the whole picture and in promoting legislation, looked at what is good for the state. My record indicates this.
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Treat mental illness and addiction as mental health issues rather than criminal justice ones. End the war on drugs and stop enforcing victimless crimes.
Reform tax policies!
Reduce regulations associated with zoning and housing.
Allow the money to follow the child and put the decision making power in the hands of the parents.
I stand for the protection of the smallest minority, the individual, YOU.