Granite State Governor Chris Sununu and the state’s Executive Council appointed Doug Palardy to the state’s seven-member Commission for Human Rights on February 9. The council investigates, mediates and enforces discrimination violations.
One of four cofounders of the state’s first chapter of Log Cabin Republicans in 2017, Palardy owns the Great Island Inn in New Castle with his husband State Senator Dan Innis.
“Doug has been an outspoken advocate for the LGBT community in New Hampshire, and I am certain that his experiences and insights are going to be of great value to the Commission,” Governor Sununu told SeaCoast Online for a February 9 report.
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