What exactly is the Executive Council for?

July 2004
New Hampshire Business Review;7/9/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p10A
Editorial. Questions the way the governor and Executive Council of New Hampshire acted in deliberating on the resignation of Attorney General Peter Heed. Heed's request to defer the voting until an investigation had been completed on his alleged misconduct at a party; Investigation by Sullivan County Attorney Mark Hathaway of alleged inappropriate touching by Heed; Names of two councilors who noted against accepting the resignation.


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