October VIIth, MMXV
Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder
As an aside Dave, it was nice to see you at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Radio studios downtown earlier today. Moving on, I get the feeling that Congressman Frank Guinta of New Hampshire wants to tell students about his concerns that the fishery industry in the state may not survive, what with all the fines & regulations imposed on it by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA), it makes it hard for fishermen to stay employed. What with an industry dying out, that is potentially thousands of future NH fishermen & women who want to work in the industry potentially leaving the state to look for work elsewhere. This of course can only make the New Hampshire economy much weaker & a balance must be struck between agencies & fisher families!
"New Hampshire is home to a centuries-long fishing legacy, & I along with Granite Staters I represent, I would like to see the industry not only survive, but thrive."
Edison, New Jersey,
Source: Congressional Representative Frank Guinta, Republican-New Hampshire, The Ist District.