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State-owned website should be named NH.Gov.Propaganda
It's state's website, not Hassan's
So says Gov. Maggie Hassan, in a release pushing a federal bill.
Actually, we know the answer. The Democrats nationally have made no secret of the fact that they intend to use the so-called Hobby Lobby U.S. Supreme Court decision to gin up political support and campaign dollars. Gov. Hassan wants to help.
The Orwellian-named "Protect Women's Health from Corporate Interference Act" would effectively undo the Hobby Lobby ruling and force employers to pay for all types of contraception, regardless of their religious objections, if co-sponsors like U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen have their way.
Of course, Gov. Hassan is also running for re-election and helping liberal voter turnout helps her, as well. Fine. Let her campaign office, not the state's website, churn out all the political pieces she wants.
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