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NHFPI Budget and Policy Conference logoNHFPI’s annual policy conference provides a forum for education and dialogue around key issues of concern to the Granite State.

 

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NHFPI’s 5th Annual Conference
Friday, February 23, 2018
Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

Join New Hampshire business, nonprofit, and community leaders, policymakers and policy experts, and other concerned citizens as we explore current needs, future goals, and policy solutions to build a strong economy that benefits all Granite Staters.

NHFPI’s 5th annual conference will examine key policy areas of importance to New Hampshire and provide insights on the state’s fiscal status.

Presenters will also address proposed federal funding changes and their potential impacts on our ability to provide a range of public services here in New Hampshire.

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Previous Conferences:

Investing in New Hampshire’s Future: Strategies to Maintain a Strong Workforce and a Vibrant Economy
January 13, 2017

Making Ends Meet: Enhancing Economic Security, Fostering Shared Prosperity
February 19, 2016

Building a Better Budget: Meeting Today’s Needs, Preparing for Tomorrow
January 23, 2015

Government in the Granite State: Past, Present and Future
January 31, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

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Elections Highlight Continuing Questions About Keno Revenue

8 Nov 2017

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While results are still preliminary, Keno gaming appears to have been legalized in seven cities around New Hampshire as a result of Tuesday’s votes. The margin of victory in Rochester for Keno legalization was reportedly only one vote and may still be subject to change or recount, but voters appear to have legalized Keno gaming in Berlin, Claremont, Laconia, Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, and Somersworth. Voters in Concord, Dover, and Keene voted against Keno gaming legalization. Franklin had legalized Keno gaming previously, and the Portsmouth City Council decided to not put Keno on the ballot. Other municipalities, including the City of Lebanon, may make decisions regarding Keno legalization next year. These results have implications for State policy and finances.