Sununu, whose father is a former governor and lives in Hampton Falls, said he has known some of the kids who pushed the bill since they were in kindergarten. He said he was giving a speech last week at the Winnacunnet High School graduation when he realized he might have missed the chance to hold a signing ceremony for the LAS students.
“I panicked a little bit,” said Sununu, who added he called his staff about preparing the bill for signing and said, “School is almost over. Go get it.” He said the fact that students and families were willing to gather Friday despite school having ended spoke to the community’s dedication.
“The legacy you’re leaving behind here is just awesome,” Sununu said. “This is a story that will be told for years.”
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