Next week on the Exchange, we begin with New Hampshire Health and Human Services Commissioner Nick Toumpas and how he’s handling budget cuts and legal challenges. Then we look at the debates over the state's Voter ID bill and if Granite State adults may need to flash an ID before stepping into the ballot box next election. We'll discuss Governor Lynch’s last “State of the State” address, the themes he raises and what actions may come out of it given Republican legislative majorities and look at how Super Pacs are shaping campaigning. Finally, we talk to the author of a new book “The Accordion Family” that examines the social and economic forces driving more young adults to live with Mom and Dad. Join us all next week for the Exchange each morning at 9 and again at 8 pm, here on NHPR!