NH lawmakers consider restoring millions to augment parental supervision of bad kids

“I know it’s going to be very hard for the (House) Finance Committee to find money . . . but we had it before, and I think we ought to find it again,” said Rep. Laura Pantelakos, a Portsmouth Democrat and prime sponsor of the bill that would restore the money. “When we say a child in need, we mean a child in need, and we need to take care of them. Just one little helping hand can help put them on a straight path.”


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