Who want to spends where? These charts compares the actual and adjusted spending for the current budget, to the Governor’s proposed budget, the House budget, the Senate budget, and the Committee of Conference budget, broken out by to highlight the larger line items contained within each section, making the budget slightly less cumbersome to understand.

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By Line Items

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General Government

General Government

Justice & Public Protection. Resource Protection & Economic Development, and Transportation

Justice & Public Protection. Resource Protection & Economic Development, and Transportation

Health & Social Services, and Education

Health & Social Services, and Education

Difference between Budgets by Line Items

General Government

General Government

Justice & Public Protection. Resource Protection & Economic Development, and Transportation

Justice & Public Protection. Resource Protection & Economic Development, and Transportation

Health & Social Services, and Education

Health & Social Services, and Education

1 reply
  1. Paul O'Brien
    Paul O'Brien says:

    Great job…

    Could somebody please complete the following sentences

    New Hampshire’s prior Biennium budget was XXXXXXXXX.
    This year’s proposed budget by the governor was XXXXXXXXX.
    This year’s budget passed through conference committee was XXXXXX

    The governor’s budget represented an XX% increase over the prior budget
    The House/Senate budget represented an XX% increase over the prior budget

    Our State’s economy in the past 3 years has grown ?%

    The number of new jobs created in our State in the past 3 years has increased/deceased ? %

    The median income for our state’s population has grown/shrunk ?% in the past 3 years

    The number of people moving in/leaving the state in the past 3 years is?

    And in the past 3 years we have reduced? increased? the size of our state worker pension liability by $$ xx dollars.

    Seems that we need to look at the numbers in context…..

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