The Republican-controlled New Hampshire House adjourns without passing a two-year state budget. We look at the ramifications as the Senate begins working next week on their version of the state’s new two-year budget without a House proposal. The U.S. Supreme Court leaves a lower court ruling intact, allowing ballot selfies in the Granite State. And for some politicians it's never too early, with two already announcing their bids for Governor and Congress.
- Dan Barrick - NHPR News Director
- Casey McDermott - digital reporter for NHPR
- Trent Spiner – executive editor for the Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News
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