Constitutionally Speaking: What sets New Hampshire apart
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What makes New Hampshire work, said former U.S. Senator and New Hampshire Gov. Judd Gregg, are the people who are willing to put in the time to make a difference.
“I think it’s people willing to get engaged to try to make it a better place,” Gregg said — the town select boards, the hundreds of citizen-legislators in Concord, and the state’s myriad activists.
Gregg spoke at Constitutionally Speaking’s annual William Treat Lecture, at Saint Anselm College’s Institute of Politics on Thursday. Joseph W. McQuaid, Publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader, spoke with Gregg about the national political climate, and what makes New Hampshire politics unique.