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Fri August 23, 2013
Friday N.H. News Roundup - Week Of August 19
The State Senate prepares to elect a new president, after Peter Bragdon said he’d step aside amid controversy over a possible conflict of interest. The first mosquitoes with Triple-E have been confirmed in the Granite State, and the Queen City prepares for 200 new refugees, one year after a proposed moratorium on resettlements. We'll look at the stories that topped the Granite State headlines for the week of August 19th.
- Ben Leubsdorf - Staff reporter at The Concord Monitor, covering New Hampshire politics and state government.
- Garry Rayno - State House reporter for The Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News.
We'll also hear from:
- Dr. Jose Montero - N.H. Public Health Director.
- Emily Corwin - Seacoast reporter for NHPR.