A look back at New Hampshire’s legislative session

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Republican lawmakers didn’t give their new governor a warm welcome this session, but he sent them off to their summer recess with a smile.

Less than two months after the session began in January, the House rejected legislation targeting labor unions despite aggressive lobbying from newly-elected Republican Gov. Chris Sununu. The defeat of the so-called right-to-work legislation revealed a rift among Republicans, who also were split two months later when they turned to the state budget. In April, a small group of conservative Republicans joined with Democrats to defeat an $11.9 billion two-year budget in an unprecedented move that further strained relations between House leadership and the governor’s office. | More…

| AP

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