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Two New Hampshire Republicans Resign From Leadership Spots Over War On Unions

By Zaid Jilani on June 2, 2011 at 2:02 pm

"Two New Hampshire Republicans Resign From Leadership Spots Over War On Unions"

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Two senior New Hampshire Republicans in the state house resigned their leadership positions late last night, saying that they couldn’t stay in their spots after their party turned against labor unions. “It is evident now that pro-worker Republican views like mine are not respected under this leadership team,” said House Deputy Majority Leader Matt Quandt, one of the two who resigned.

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