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Tue May 28, 2013
Budgetary Back And Forth
The House has rejected revenues from the Senate’s gambling bill while Senators have said no to higher taxes on gasoline and cigarettes. Meanwhile Governor Hassan says she still wants to fund her priorities but after these votes, finding that money will be difficult and cuts may in store. We’ll examine how it might all play out.
- Charlie Arlinghaus: President of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy a free-market think tank based in concord. He's also the former regional political director with the Republican National Committee
- Jeff McLynch: Executive Director of the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute.
We'll also hear from
- Ken Weyler: Republican State Representative representing Kingston
- Mary Jane Wallner: Democratic Representative from Concord.