State Budget Impasse Ends As N.H. Legislature Vote For Compromise
New Hampshire finally has a budget for the next two years.
Republican Governor Chris Sununu vetoed the $13.1 billion passed by the Democratically-controlled legislature in June, and the state's temporary spending plan was set to expire next week.
On Wednesday, the House and Senate overwhelmingly approved a compromise announced Tuesday night.
Senate Finance Chairman Lou D'Allesandro told colleagues to see the compromise budget as progress.