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NHDP Statement on the Start of Women's History Month

CONCORD, NH – In response to the beginning of Women’s History Month today, NHDP 1st Vice Chair Senator Martha Fuller Clark has released the following statement: “This Women’s History Month, I want to acknowledge and honor the rich cultural impact of the women of New Hampshire. We are fortunate to have had so many remarkable women leading our state– now and in the past. Women who have broken down barriers and inspired countless other women to get involved in their communities and their state. There aren’t enough days in March to honor all of them, but I’m looking forward to spending this month reflecting on and celebrating their leadership and their impact. Their unwavering dedication to lifting other women up and breaking glass ceilings for future generations has brought about historic accomplishments. I am both proud and thankful for every single one of these women.”


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