New Hampshire Senate Democrats are creating what they call the “Granite Pledge” to advance legislation in this session to help working families struggling with the high cost of living. Manchester. “People move to cities for resources. That’s part of the reason this has become an issue for the state of Deck across the board. On the budget, the Democrats are spending more of the state’s surplus.” We want to give cities and towns money back and offer tax breaks, said Senator Lou Dallesandro (D., Manchester) with a budget of $300-400 million. Senator Jeb Bradley said: Senate Democrats are also working on what they call “Momnibus” legislation that focuses on the interests of mothers and babies. For babies who are really sick and can’t breastfeed.”
New Hampshire Senate Democrats are creating what they call the “Granite Pledge” to advance legislation in this session to help working families struggling with high costs of living.
They also want more funding to deal with the homeless crisis, which is beyond Manchester.
“People move to cities for resources, which is part of why this is a deck state issue across the board,” said Democratic leader Senator Donna Thornsey of New Hampshire. I was. “Everyone needs to participate in finding solutions.”
In the budget, Democrats want to use more of the state’s surplus to give money back to cities and towns and provide tax breaks.
“You know, lower property taxes and give people a chance to live like that in a good economy. I was.
Senate Republicans are questioning commitments to lower taxes.
“I wish you had joined the last budget two years ago, because we sent back $3 million to $400 million in budgets to cities and towns,” said R-Senator. Senator Jeb Bradley said.
Senate Democrats are also working on something called “Momnibus” legislation, which focuses on the interests of mothers and babies.
“So we’re looking at adding doula coverage. We’re looking at breastfeeding services. We’re looking at donor milk for babies who are really sick and can’t breastfeed,” said Senate Becky Whitley. Congressman, D-Hopkinton, said.