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What is New Hampshire? 2018 Gender Matters State Revenues Level Off NH School Finance 2017

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94,000 people - including 20,000 children - live in poverty in the Granite State. Go >

Growth in state revenues leveling off Go >

Groundbreaking research by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies finds that 20 years after the watershed Claremont decision by the New Hampshire Supreme Court there has been little, if any, change in the inequity in public school spending and property tax rates among school districts throughout the state.   Go >

 

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Data Snapshot

NH Economic growth has been limited to hillsborough, Rockingham, Strafford and Merrimac Counties

What is NH?

WHAT IS NH?

2017-12-18

What is New Hampshire? 2018

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2017-11-29

NH Economic Outlook 2018

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2017-11-21

Federal Income and Estate Taxes: A New Hampshire Perspective

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2017-11-09

Greg Bird's presentation: Winning Workforce Strategies

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Education

EDUCATION

2017-09-07

NH Education Finance Presentation to Eastern States Legislative Fiscal Officers

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Health Care

HEALTH CARE

2017-08-31

New Hampshire's Changing Medicaid Program: Enrollment and Expenditures

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VISUAL AIDS

Maps and Other Resources

Visual of a ChartUse our maps, charts, data graphs, and other visual aids to explore some of our policy topics, or use them to present information on your next project.

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