The candidates for New Hampshire's First Congressional seat campaigned in opposite sides of the district Thursday night. In Manchester, Democrat Chris Pappas talked about economic opportunity. And in Dover, Republican Eddie Edwards discussed solutions to treating substance misuse and addiction. Pappas made his campaign stop at a carpenter training facility to discuss his proposals for improving opportunity for middle class workers. If elected, he vowed to work to reduce higher education costs, support paid family leave, enhance workforce training programs, and increase the federal minimum wage to $12 per hour. "We’ve got to make sure that we reward hard work here in New Hampshire and across the country," he said. "In our own state, workers are losing...
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Pappas Talks Jobs With Carpenters As Edwards Takes Up Opioid Policy On Seacoast