A bill that would’ve given Concord that power was recently defeated in the state Senate on a party line vote, 14-10. Republican senators criticized the bill as an unnecessary attempt to raise the cost of living for the capital city’s residents, while Democrats said it was a simple matter of encouraging local control in decision making. |More at NH Watchdog
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