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NHFPI Conference Examines the State Budget and Investments to Sustain a Vibrant Economy

February 22, 2019 News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 22, 2019   NHFPI Conference Examines the State Budget and Investments to Sustain a Vibrant Economy Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute’s Sixth Annual Conference, Investments to Sustain a Vibrant Economy, was held Friday, February 22 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. …

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NHFPI Board of Directors Names AnnMarie French Executive Director

December 13, 2018 News

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) Board of Directors announces that AnnMarie French has been named executive director.

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Employment – Executive Director

September 11, 2018 News

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) seeks an Executive Director with the experience, leadership, and foresight to shape public policy debates in New Hampshire.

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House Finance Committee Budget Boosts Education and Health Funding

5 Apr 2019

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The House Finance Committee passed its version of the State Budget on Wednesday, April 3, recommending the full House adopt a plan to send significantly more money to local governments for education aid and add funding for State health services. The plan would fund these increases by using the current State surplus revenue in the State operating budget and expanding existing revenue sources while retaining added revenues proposed by the Governor. The Committee removed many of the Governor’s recommendations for one-time uses of surplus dollars and deployed most of those funds for budgeted services throughout the biennium. The House is scheduled to vote on the House Finance Committee’s amendment to the budget on April 11.