N.H. Gov. Lynch Stands Up for Public Employees

by Mike Carvalho  |  February 02, 2012

In his final State of the State address this week, New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch drew loud applause when he praised the work of the state’s public service employees and vowed to block any attempts to strip workers of their collective bargaining rights.

“Sadly, it has become too commonplace to attack public employees,” Lynch said. “And that needs to stop.”

Watch highlights from Governor Lynch’s address here:

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