Goat-Toting New Hampshire Lawmaker Resigns

EPPING, N.H. (AP) – A selectman in Epping, N.H., who brought his pet goat to Town Hall has resigned.
 
Town officials said that a month ago, now-former Selectman Rene Archambault decided to take his pet goat into Town Hall for a visit. But the goat apparently urinated on a carpet
  
Archambault reportedly cited health reasons in his resignation from the board of selectmen. A year ago, Archambault was censured after he was accused of making rude remarks to a town employee.

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