CONWAY — Amy Martin had a rough morning last Friday, when she had to leave the Yankee Clipper Inn in North Conway, her home for the past few months. Her stay was paid for with assistance from Tri-County Community Action.

Linda Sullivan, Martin’s mother, said her daughter suffers from bipolar disorder and depression and is disabled.

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It is their issue. The cop isn't wrong. How can you tell me you're getting your entire rent paid for by the taxpayer and then you can't even do the minute amount of effort to keep up with the program because you have too much anxiety to make a phone call or read some paperwork? Grow up and be an adult.

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