Category Archives: Budgets

How Screwed Are Massachusetts Retailers, Let us Count the Ways

Bricks and mortar retailers in the Bay state getting crushed by e-tailing, and without the annual tax holiday, are looking for a way to keep their heads above water. | NH1

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Keno-Garten is officially on the books now in New Hampshire

Keno-Garten is officially on the books now in New Hampshire.  Governor Christopher Sununu signed the bill into law yesterday.  For those who’ve forgotten or are otherwise unaware, the funding mechanism for Full Day K, as it’s called, is the gambling … Continue reading

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Is Jeanne Shaheen doing the usual Dem two-step on Medicaid?

SHOT: Shaheen: Proposed Medicaid cuts would have ‘disproportionate impact’ on elderly CHASER: Fact Check: No, the GOP Healthcare Bill Does Not ‘Slash’ or ‘Cut’ Medicaid. | More… | GraniteGrok

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Turkey Will Only Agree to Paris Climate Deal if There’s Free Money

It’s always been about global socialist redistribution. The U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement means Turkey is less inclined to ratify the deal because the U.S. move jeopardizes compensation promised to developing countries, President Tayyip Erdogan said … Continue reading

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The New State Budget’s in Effect, But Contract for State Workers Remains Unresolved

The new state budget may be in effect, but one issue still unresolved is a contract for state employees. Governor Sununu says he’d welcome a deal but it may not happen. Negotiations between the Sununu administration and the five unions … Continue reading

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Sandown Selectmen will discuss town employees’ salaries

SANDOWN — After a third-party study concluded that Sandown lags behind other communities in town employee salaries, selectmen disagree on whether to increase workers’ pay to match the market. The board will debate at Monday’s 6 p.m. meeting whether Sandown … Continue reading

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Republican Review: The Budget, What they are saying…

Another successful legislative season has concluded for the summer and Republicans have once again passed a responsible conservative budget that helps the state live within its means while taking care of our state’s top priorities. Papers across the state have … Continue reading

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