On first glance, New Hampshire’s November revenue numbers look terrible.
For the month, the state is $57 million dollars in the hole.
But NHPR’s Dan Gorenstein reports, there may be room for optimism.
You’d think, given November’s shortfall, Administrative Services Commissioner Linda Hodgdon would be alarmed.
But Hodgdon, the head of what is effectively the state’s finance office, is actually pretty bullish about last month’s report.