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Raimondo Heads To New Hampshire For A Little R&R

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Governor Gina Raimondo has cleared her schedule for a family vacation. After a busy summer, Raimondo's office says she plans to spend a few days in New...

Governor Gina Raimondo has cleared her schedule for a family vacation. 

After a busy summer, Raimondo's office says she plans to spend a few days in New Hampshire with her husband and two children.

Raimondo's activity over the summer included a task force to reduce the cost of health care, and another task force to tackle the drug overdose crisis.  

In July, she responded to an audit that revealed serious financial mismanagement at the Department of Children Youth and Families.

That came after a mysterious blast injured a tourist at Salty Brine Beach, leading to questions about safety and tourism revenue. And, of course, who could forget the thunderstorms that knocked down trees and power lines from Westerly to Barringon?

So now Raimondo is taking a break. Her office says the first family will spend some time in New Hampshire then return to Rhode Island to enjoy the local beaches.

The governor plans to get back to work sometime next week. 

Raimondo signed several bills over the summer, including a measure aimed at race and police relations.
Raimondo signed several bills over the summer, including a measure aimed at race and police relations.