New Hampshire's new fiscal picture

Norton, Steve; Barrick, Daniel
July 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;7/15/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 14, p17
The article focuses on the provisions and coverage of the state budget in New Hampshire in 2011. It outlines the massive spending changes in the new state budget in which majority of the government's programs will be affected particularly the retirement system, higher education, as well as medical cost for Medicaid clients. Furthermore, the budget also calls a reduction of 50 million dollar in salaries and benefits for state workers.


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