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Shame on you. HB-542 had nothing to do with telephone rates

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To The Daily Sun,
An open letter to our N.H. State Senators:
One has to question why an amendment regarding telephone rates and service that has nothing to do with HB-542 was added as an amendment to that bill? Very deceptive if you ask me. Where is the transparency in state government?
I hope you don't have to explain to you constituents on election day why you supported the amendment in question. It deregulate telephone service in New Hampshire and eliminates the PUC from supporting customers who have a problem with service.
Please vote NO on the HB-542 Amendment.
Bill Whalen
Sanbornton