Clinton talks Health Care in New Hampshire

03firstdraft-hillary-clinton-nh-2-tmagArticleOn Friday, Clinton met with the citizens of Hanover, New Hampshire. She delivered a speech to an estimated crowd of 850 at The Bema. Clinton focused her attacks on Republicans and their reaction to the recent Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. Clinton said the Republican candidates would repeal the act after taking office. Clinton also spoke about the need for new gun control laws and the potential nuclear deal with Iran. She also confronted recent criticism by defending her record as a liberal. She said, “I will fight hard against what I see as the injustice and unfairness in our society. I take a back seat to no one when you look at my record of standing up and fighting for progressive values.”

After giving her speech, Clinton went to Lebanon where she visited with people at Dairy Twirl ice cream parlor. She continues to focus on a grass roots effort in the early stages of the campaign. Follow along by following Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

A video from the event is available below:

News Source: New York Times

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