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John Lynch's Public Statements on Issue: Drugs

Full Name: John H. Lynch
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Susan; 3 Children: Jacqueline, Julia, Hayden
Birth Date: 11/25/1952
Birth Place: Waltham, MA
Home City: Hopkinton, NH
Religion: Roman Catholic
Date Title
Oct. 10, 2007 Gov. Lynch, Citizens Health Initiative Discuss State's Progress on Expanding E-Prescribing
Oct. 19, 2006 Governor, Citizens Health Initiative Announce Major Push to Ensure 100 Percent E-Prescribing Capability In New Hampshire by October 2008
June 1, 2006 Governor Signs Laws Toughening Penalties On Manufacturing Crystal Meth, Protecting Children From Meth Production
June 1, 2006 Governor Signs Laws Toughening Penalties On Manufacturing Crystal Meth, Protecting Children From Meth Production
March 23, 2006 Governor Urges Congressional Delegation to Work To Extend Deadline for Seniors To Enroll in Medicare Part D
March 23, 2006 Governor Calls On Pharmaceutical Companies To Continue Free Prescription Drugs Programs
March 3, 2006 Governor Announces New Hampshire Joins Other States in Challenging Medicare "Clawback" Provision
March 1, 2006 Governor Signs Executive Order Extending State ' s Medicare Part D Assistance
Feb. 9, 2006 Governor: New Hampshire Will Seek to Extend Efforts To Help Citizens Facing Problems with Implementation of Federal Prescription Drug Benefit
Jan. 11, 2006 Governor: New Hampshire Must Act Now To Prevent the Spread of Crystal Meth
Jan. 11, 2006 Governor Signs Legislation Funding Efforts To Protect Citizens From Problems with Implementation of Federal Prescription Drug Benefit
Jan. 6, 2006 Governor, Legislative Leaders Say State Will Act To Protect Citizens From Problems with Implementation of Federal Prescription Drug Benefit
Feb. 22, 2005 Governor Testifies in Support of Legislation To Help New Hampshire Citizens Save on Prescription Drug Costs
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