Keeping our promise on a frugal budget

O'Brien, William; Tucker, Pamela; Bettencourt, D. J.
February 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;2/25/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p14
In this article, the author discusses the effort of the Republican majority elected to the New Hampshire House to deal with the overspending and flagrant borrowing going on in Washington and Concord.


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