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Topic - Cindy Rosenwald
Officials in the District are taking a new approach to the quest for statehood, handpicking state legislatures that will support their goal through resolutions in their chambers, starting with friendly contacts in New England.
"I think that the [Republican-controlled state] Senate understood that this would be helpful in reducing uncompensated care that our hospitals and other providers deliver," said New Hampshire state Rep. Cindy Rosenwald, a Democrat.
The document has been drafted and will be introduced when the legislature is back in session in January and February, she said.