Short-Term Continuing Resolution on the Table

Following the $11.3 billion budget approved by lawmakers last week, a veto pledge by Governor Hassan has brought legislators back to the table to work on a Continuing Resolution.

Governor Hassan voiced opposition to the inclusion of the business tax-cut package in the final budget. Her office also wants to see funding for Medicaid expansion and the state employee raise included.

Senator Majority Leader Jeb Bradley told the Concord Monitor that he expects the Continuing Resolution (CR) to extend to six months, with hopes that opposing sides resolve issues earlier.

Nonprofits with state contracts are encouraged to check with state agencies about the effects of a CR on grants and contract renewals.

Post date: June 22, 2015
Topics: NH News | NH Legislative Updates

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