Lack of permanent state budget creates challenges
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The lack of a permanent state budget has slowed the time it takes to review cases of abused or neglected children, risked federal takeover of wetland permitting and will soon cause an account for court-ordered advocates for minor children to run dry, agency heads told a legislative panel meeting Tuesday.
The House and Senate finance committees hosted the second of three public hearings for state officials and citizens about the impact of Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of the state budget in June.