NH Gov Supports Swimmer Banned From Paralympic Games

International Paralympic Committee ruled that Victoria Arlen's disability is non-permanent.
0:45 | 08/14/13

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-- governor is joining a chorus of critics blasting her decision to exclude -- disabled teen swimmer. From a championship competition this weekend in Montreal the International Paralympic Committee Bart Victoria -- from competing because they say. They don't have enough evidence proving her disability. Is permanent. She's been paralyzed from the waist down -- for seven years after an illness. I just am really surprised and stunned by their decision. New Hampshire and the United States and the Olympic. -- are about including everyone home and making sure that everyone can reach their full potential. Despite pressure from a governor and two US senators a committee says it is sticking. Buying its decision.

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