The full New Hampshire Senate is scheduled to vote on the Finance Committee’s budget proposal Wednesday.
The state spending plan spends slightly less than both the Governor’s and House Finance Committee’s versions but spends more in areas such as mental health and substance abuse.
To see in detail how the three plans differ check out the graphic below.
The Senate has until June 1st to pass a budget. If it does, the Senate and House will then enter into a Committee of Conference where they will settle on a final version.
A new budget is due June 30th.