N.H. House Democrats Have Already Passed $300 Million In New Taxes, Fees
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Under the new Democratic majority, the New Hampshire House has given preliminary approval to nearly $310 million in tax and fee increases over the next four years, and more than half a billion dollars in new spending.
“Democrats are trying to unravel all of the positive work Republicans have done over the last two to four years on tax reductions and reforms, and responsible budgets and spending,” House Republican leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) told NHJournal. “Republicans in the House have been united in voting against the absolutely crazy tax and fee increases, and the excessive number of appropriation bills.”