After four days of back-to-back negotiations between the New Hampshire House and Senate, lawmakers on the state budget conference committee finally decided Wednesday on an $11.7 billion two-year spending plan. Although it’s widely expected to pass the Senate, there is still a chance that it could fail in the volatile House. More…
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