The full New Hampshire House is set to vote on the Finance Committee’s state budget proposal Wednesday. The spending plan has some slightly different priorities than what Gov. Chris Sununu laid out in his version back in February.
A few of the biggest policy and funding changes between the two versions are laid out in the graphic below ranging from public education to local aid for cities and towns.
The House has until Thursday to pass the budget before the Senate then begins crafting its version of the state’s next two year plan.
A final budget is due June 30th.