Information and schedules for committees of conference can be found on the General Court website using the following link:
Documents relative to the committee of conference on HB1 & HB2 can be found on the website of the Legislative Budget Assistant Office’s website using the following link:
Live and archived video of the HB1 & HB2 committee of conference can be found using the following link:
There will be a presentation by the Legislative Budget Assistant on the Senate Budget to the full House Tuesday, June 9th at 10am in LOB 210-211.
Once the presentation begins, it will be live streamed here.
There will also be a Republican Caucus in LOB rooms 210-211 directly following that presentation.
Linked below are 3 handouts from today’s continuing education on SB221, relative to electric rate reduction financing:
Video of the continuing education will be available in the “Archived Video” section of the below linked General Court streaming media web page:
SB221 was voted Ought to Pass as Amended by the House Science, Technology & Energy Committee by an 18-1 vote on Tuesday.
We’ve put together the attached document to help better explain the detail of the House budget, as passed last week. It contains a thorough run down of changes and/or modifications in the budget, by division and by agency. It was generated with the help and input of members of the House Finance Committee, and uses data from the document distributed at the budget briefing on March 30th. It contains the final House positions, including changes that came as a result of floor amendments approved last week.
In case you missed it, we wanted to pass along the link to the re-broadcast of NHPR’s Exchange program from Monday, which featured House Finance Committee Chairman Neal Kurk (R-Weare), Rep. Mary Jane Wallner (D-Concord) and Steve Norton, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies.
You can access the audio here:
During calls and emails regarding the proposed House budget, many members had questions about the budget process, including whether or not what we vote on tomorrow will be in the final budget. We designed the attached flow chart to illustrate the budget process as it usually plays out from October through June. We hope you find this information helpful. There are several more steps in the process before we vote on the budget that will become law.
The budget is an evolving document over the 8 month process, including during the process in the House.
Budget Flow Chart