The House voted 198-169 in favor of the $11.7 billion 2-year spending plan for the State of New Hampshire contained in HB144, and 212-161 in favor of HB517, the trailer bill containing policy and tax reforms to accompany the budget. Both bills passed the Senate on a party line vote. 93.2% of House Republicans supported HB144. 96.7% of House Republicans supported HB517.
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