Feb 4, 2016 3:06 PM
CONCORD - Gov. Maggie Hassan delivered her final state of the state calling for more cash to fight the opioid epidemic and a permanent expansion of Medicaid.
Hassan's speech to the Republican-led Legislature comes as she sets out to unseat popular Republican US Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
She showed off Gateway to Work, a job training and apprenticeship plan and pressed to raise the minimum wage and restore commuter rail.
"This week as our country's focus toward New Hampshire and our First In The Nation primary, Americans will see the state of our state is strong and getting stronger."
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