Morin gave us the details on the costs of maintaining the registry established by SB 213 (for physicians orders for life supporting treatments). Further overreach into our personal medical records?
Morin also discussed the costs involving bills that will increase road tolls for alternative fuel dealers and training for medical professionals to treat sexual assault victims.
Morin offered her commentary on the “increased spending, taxes and overreach” of the NH State Legislature and urged voters to pay attention.
“All of these new government departments and programs will cost money.” Read Kimberly’s articles at Examiner.com