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ACTION. ADAM ON FACEBOOK LIVE, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR ANDRU VOLINSKY REITERATED HIS CALL FOR A CONVERSATION ON NEW HAMPSHIRE’S TAX STRUCTURE, SAYING IT’S TIME FOR A MORE FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDING FOR THE STATE’S EDUCATION SYSTEM. >> I THINK WE SPEND, OVERALL, ABOUT THE RIGHT AMOUNT ON SCHOOLS. THE PROBLEM IS WE DO IT COMPLETELY UNEVENLY, AND WE MA THOSE WHO STRUGGLE THE MOST PAY THE MOST. SO IF WE EVEN THE BURDEN, WE DON’T REALLY HAVE TO INCREASE THE OVERALL FUNDING OF SCHOOLS, WHICH IS ABOUT $3.2 BILLION. ADAM: THE DISTRICT 2 EXECUTIVE COUNCILOR, WHO IS IN A HOTLY CONTESTED PRIMARY AGAINST SENATE MAJORITY LEADER DAN FELTES, HAS TRIED TO DRAW DISTINCTIONS IN HIS RACE ON ISSUES LIKE THE GRANITE BRIDGE PROJECT, A RECENTLY ABANDONED PROPOSAL FO A NATURAL GAS PIPELINE, AND CAMPAIGN FINANCE DO YOU BELIEVE THE GRANITE BRIDGE PROJECT, THAT THE SUPPORT FOR THAT WAS INFLUENCED BY CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS? >> I WILL LET PEOPLE SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, BUT HERE IS THE THING — I GOT THE SAME BRIEFING MY OPPONENT DAN FELTES AND GOVERNOR SUNUNU RECEIVED. I LEFT AT BRIEFING THINKING THIS MAKES NO SENSE. IT IS A $400 MILLION BOONDOGGLE BY A COMPANY THAT HAS NEVER BUILT A PIPELINE BEFORE. WHY WOULD WE DO THIS? THEY BOTH LEFT WITH CHECKS. ADAM: VOLINSKY IS ALSO TAKING THE MOST LIBERAL STAND OF ANY CANDIDATE IN THE GOVERNOR’S RACE ON RECREATIONAL MARIJUAN >> LEGALIZE IT FOR ADULT USE, PUT THE BILL ON MY DESK, I’LL SIGN IT WITH THE NORMAL SAFEGUARDS MOREOVER, I WOULD USE IT AS AN INCOME GENERATOR FOR THE STATE. AD

Gubernatorial candidate Volinsky answers questions on taxes, marijuana

Democrat Volinksy answers questions from viewers on Facebook Live

Democratic candidate for governor Andru Volinsky answered questions from voters Monday about taxes, fossil fuels and recreational marijuana.>> Download the FREE WMUR appIn a question-and-answer session on Facebook Live, Volinsky reiterated his call for a conversation on New Hampshire’s tax structure, saying it’s time for a fairer distribution of funding for the state’s education system.>> See the full segment”I think we spend, overall, the right amount on schools,” Volinsky said. “The problem is, we do it completely unevenly, and we make those who struggle the most pay the most. So, if we even the burden, we don’t really have to increase the overall funding of schools, which is about $3.2 billion.”The District 2 executive councilor, who is in a hotly contested primary against Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes, has tried to draw distinctions in his race on issues such as the Granite Bridge…

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