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Mon March 4, 2013
New Hampshire's Frustration Over Sequestration
More than a year ago, Congress and the President agreed to these spending cuts, said to be so unpleasant they’d force leaders to craft a better deficit reduction plan. Now, with the cuts set to begin, some predict a major hit to our economy but others believe that fear is exaggerated. We’ll get the latest and reaction in the Granite State.
- Charlie Arlinghaus – President of the Josiah Bartlett Center For Public Policy, a free-market think tank based in Concord.
- Dennis Delay – Economist for the NH Center for Public Policy Studies and the New Hampshire Forecast Manager for the New England Economic Partnership.
- Dante Scala - Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire. He's also a fellow at UNH's Carsey Institute. Follow him on Twitter @graniteprof.