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After what one county commissioner described as a tough budget year, the three-member Grafton County Commission on Monday proposed a fiscal year 2022 budget that is essentially flat with last year’s budget.

A little over a year ago, New Hampshire began facing a public health crisis that changed the way we lived and the way we worked. That proved challenging to everyone, and the Legislature was no exception. From the onset of the Governor’s Stay at Home and Safer at Home guidelines, to today where those guidelines are being peeled away in a measured attempt to reopen New Hampshire safely, there is much to reflect upon.

(The Center Square) – A new analysis of state budget forecasts from The Pew Charitable Trusts found that while many states expected deep revenue shortfalls, federal stimulus money is reversing their budgets into surpluses. Despite receiving a massive windfall, however, “all states face an uncertain economic future and critical decisions,” the report found.