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NH State Budget

The process for establishing New Hampshire’s State Budget for the 2018-2019 biennium, which begins July 1, 2017, is currently underway.

This page features NHFPI resources related to New Hampshire’s State Budget. This page will be updated throughout the 2017 Legislative Session as new resources become available.

 

Publications

Issue Brief: Measuring the Size of New Hampshire’s State Budget
September 11, 2017

Issue Brief: The State Budget for Fiscal Years 2018 and 2019
July 13, 2017

Issue Brief: The State Senate’s Proposed Budget
June 13, 2017

Revenue in Review: An Overview of New Hampshire’s Tax System and Major Revenue Sources
May 24, 2017

Issue Brief: Governor Sununu’s Proposed Budget
February 28, 2017

Building the Budget: New Hampshire’s State Budget Process and Recent Funding Trends
February 9, 2017

 

Fact Sheets

The Governor’s Proposed Budget – Summary Fact Sheet
February 13, 2017

 

Common Cents Blog

Legislature Passes Budget, Now Heading to the Governor
June 22, 2017

Committee of Conference Budget Similar to Senate’s Proposal
June 19, 2017

Senate Passes Finance Committee Budget Largely Unchanged
June 1, 2017

Proposed Business Enterprise Tax Changes Would Eliminate General Fund Contribution
May 30, 2017

Senate Finance Committee Approves Amended Budget
May 26, 2017  (Updated May 30)

Senate Ways and Means Committee Increases Revenue Estimates
May 22, 2017

Senate Revenue Estimates 14 Million Below House Numbers
May 17, 2017

Revenues As Strong As Last Year, But Little Growth Overall
May 2, 2017

House Fails to Pass State Budget, Process Moves to Senate
April 6, 2017

House Finance Committee Finalizes Full Budget
March 28, 2017

Federal Funding’s Future in Flux
March 27, 2017

The Budget Trailer Bill Hits The Road
February 22, 2017

At First Glance, A Growing Budget
February 10, 2017

A Good Year for State Revenues
February 1, 2017

Sun Shining on the Rainy Day Fund
December 28, 2016

New Process Will Guide Formation of Next State Budget
November 18, 2016

 

Presentations

Presentation to the Joint House and Senate Finance and Ways and Means Committees
Presented by John Shea – January 9, 2017

Building the Budget: New Hampshire’s State Budget Process, Funding Trends, and Key Issues – Webinar
March 20, 2017

Webinar – Audio recording

Webinar – Slides (PDF)

Building the Budget: Analysis of the Senate Budget Proposal and Committee of Conference Changes – Webinar
June 16, 2017

Webinar – Slides (PDF)

 

 

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Common Cents Blog

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.