RebuildNH co-founder JR Hoell Defends His Children

Imagine: You’ve called Poison Control to find out what to do after your 13-year-old reported taking too much Acetaminophen, and just a few days later police are at your door with state officials ready to kidnap all of your minor children. Sadly, this nightmare is reality for former State Rep. JR Hoell, who is now more than $10,000 deep in legal fees while still fighting to defend his family from an out-of-control state bureaucracy. His family does not yet know how long this legal fight will continue. 

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