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New Hampshire Senate Debate, Judd Gregg (R) vs. Doris "Granny D" Haddock (D), Oct. 21, 2004

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   Judd Gregg: Risk-takers like Wal-Mart create jobs.
   Doris Haddock: Penalize marijuana use with fines rather than prison time.
   Judd Gregg: Marijuana should not be legalized for medical use.
   Doris Haddock: More federal money is needed for public schools.
   Judd Gregg: No Child Left Behind requires states to set standards.
   Doris Haddock: Our ponds have too much mercury now to eat the fish.
Tax Reform
   Doris Haddock: Tax cuts for the wealthiest American cannot be justified.
   Judd Gregg: Made the right decision to cut taxes for the wealthy.
War & Peace
   Doris Haddock: Iraq war was a mistake that never should have happened.
   Doris Haddock: Oppose the Iraq war but support the $87 billion supplemental.
   Judd Gregg: No timetable for the troops to come home.

The above quotations are from New Hampshire Senate Debate, Judd Gregg (R) vs. Doris "Granny D" Haddock (D), Oct. 21, 2004.

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