Below are the bills on which Stay Work Play is advocating in Concord during the 2019 legislative session. They generally fall within four policy priority areas:
There are also a few other bills the organization supports as they directly affect young people in New Hampshire.
The bills linked to above were approved by the Stay Work Play Board of Directors after being vetted and recommended by Stay Work Play’s Advocacy Committee. The Advocacy Committee meets at 8:30am on the second Friday of each month (with the exception of not meeting in July and August) at the Stay Work Play office at 235 Hanover Street, Suite 1 in Manchester. Advocacy Committee meetings are open to one and all.
To learn more, contact Executive Director Will Stewart at email@example.com.
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