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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.

 

NHFPI’s 4th annual Budget and Policy Conference:

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

January 13, 2017

 

Links to past conferences:

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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House Fails to Pass State Budget, Process Moves to Senate

6 Apr 2017

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The New Hampshire House, for the first time in recent history, has opted to not pass the State Budget bills, introduced as House Bill 1 and House Bill 2. April 6 was the deadline set by legislative leadership to pass those bills out of the House and move them to the Senate, a day often referred to as “crossover.” The Senate phase of the budget begins after April 6, and the Senate has expressed an intent to move forward with a budget in the Senate Finance Committee. However, with no House Bill 1 or House Bill 2 crossing over, the Senate has to forge an alternative path to debate and amend the budget.