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Media Advisory Contact: AnnMarie Morse
Date: January 3, 2005 (603) 759-3366 (c) / (603)
Law” Mom to Issue Statement Following
AnnMarie Morse will Meet with Press, Take questions
During Legislature’s First Break
Manchester, NH… AnnMarie Morse, the NH
mother who has been fighting for the legislation
known as Michelle’s Law after her late
daughter, will issue a press statement following
tomorrow’s House vote on the legislation.
Morse will be joined by legislative sponsor,
Representative Will Infantine (R - Manchester)
and longtime supporter of the bill Representative
John DeJoie (D - Concord).
Michelle’s Law will be the first legislative
priority for the 2006 year, which begins tomorrow.
The session is expected to begin at 10:00 AM.
The vote will be held in the NH State House,
107 North Main Street in Concord. Morse’s
statement will take place across the street
at the LOB, during the first break.
Where: Morse will issue her statement in the
Legislative Office Building lobby. The LOB is
located across the street from the NH State
House (voting will take place in the State House).
When: FIRST BREAK. Morse will issue the statement
and take questions during the legislature’s
first break. It is expected that the legislature
will handle two to three votes, including Michelle’s
Law, before taking their first break.
For more information, please visit www.MichellesLaw.com
or contact AnnMarie Morse to receive a press
kit. AnnMarie Morse is available, by request,
for individual interviews about the legislation.