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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — All four members of New Hampshire's congressional delegation have signed a pledge focused on improving the lives of young children and their families.
The Pledge to New Hampshire's Children was created by Spark NH, a nonpartisan advisory council appointed by the governor. The group says nearly 700 people, including the governor, the state's U.S. senators and its two representatives in Congress, have signed its pledge, which says effective public and private investments in young children and families can ensure strong foundations for future growth.
Some of those leaders are attending a ceremony Monday at the Concord Family YMCA.
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