This webinar was held on Tuesday, June 8, from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.
The State Senate has finished its work on a State Budget proposal, which will lead to the State Budget going back to the House for concurrence or non-concurrence. A non-concurrence vote would result in a Committee of Conference comprised of members from the House and the Senate, typically the final step before a single version of the State Budget returns to both chambers for a vote.
This presentation reviewed the Senate’s proposed State Budget for State Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023, and discussed key changes from the State’s current operating budget and from the budget proposal passed by the House of Representatives in April.
This presentation also reviewed the recent guidance provided by the federal government with regard to permissible uses of flexible American Rescue Plan Act funds flowing to the State of New Hampshire.
Presenter: Phil Sletten, Senior Policy Analyst, NHFPI
Examining the State Budget: The Senate’s Proposal was held virtually over Zoom on Tuesday, June 8, from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.
The slides and recording from this event are available to download on NHFPI’s Presentations web page; click here to access them directly.
This is the third and final event in the NHFPI State Budget Webinar Series. The first event focused on the Governor’s budget proposal and was held on February 19, 2021. The second event reviewed the House Finance Committee’s budget proposal and was held on April 6, 2021.
For additional and related resources, see NHFPI’s recent Issue Briefs:
- The House of Representatives Budget Proposal for State Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023
- The Governor’s Budget Proposal for State Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023
- Designing a State Budget to Meet New Hampshire’s Needs During and After the COVID-19 Crisis