New Hampshire budget negotiators reach $11.7B, 2-year deal

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire budget negotiators agreed to an $11.7 billion two-year spending plan on Wednesday, though getting it through the House likely will be a challenge.

The committee of conference started last week with an $11.8 billion budget passed by the Senate and an $11.9 billion plan that was backed by House leadership but was defeated by a small group of conservative Republicans and Democrats. | More…

| AP

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