Sununu’s budget offers new programs, investments without raising taxes
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It’s been a dual problem for years: New Hampshire’s high student loan debt and its persistent workforce shortage. On Thursday, Gov. Chris Sununu announced a plan he said would address both.
Through the plan, the state “will lead the nation with a new $32 million student loan assistance program available to all students and at no additional cost to the taxpayer,” the governor told a chamber of House and Senate legislators.