Lynch budget plan shows his priorities

Cook, Brad
March 2007
New Hampshire Business Review;3/2/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p11
The article focuses on the proposed budget of Governor John Lynch which says about his policies, priorities, and vision for New Hampshire. Lynch proposed to raise the tobacco tax to $1.08 a pack which received criticism from merchants on the borders. Also, the governor proposed $95 million in benefit costs for state workers, $38 million in retirement contributions, $19 million for retiree health benefits, and $17 million in state funds for Community Technical College System improvements.


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