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Grass Roots Coalition Pushing for Transparency and Accountability

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May 4, 2009

Concord, NH - While some Granite Staters are having a difficult time wrapping their minds around the large sums of money being spent by the U.S. government, many of the state's unions and non-profit organizations are celebrating the passage of President Obama's federal budget. Rebuild and Renew America Now!, a national effort with support from about a dozen organizations here in the state, has been working tirelessly to make sure the national budget passed. With more money coming into the state, Granite State Progress executive director Zandra Rice Hawkins says the groups' new focus will be on accountability and transparency.

"The state has a lot of money coming in, and we need to make sure, as advocates on the ground, that we see to it that the money goes to the programs it's intended for."

For Stephen Gorin, the executive director of the New Hampshire chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, fixing the broken health care system is of the utmost importance.

"The President's budget goes a long way towards helping us build and rebuild our health and public health infrastructure."

A top priority for New Hampshire groups working with Rebuild and Renew America Now! will be to continue the organization's grassroots efforts in working to ensure not only that green jobs be created in the state, but also jobs that include fair wages and health benefits.

Monique Coppola, Public News Service - NH