After Budget Veto, N.H. School Districts Brace for More Cuts
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School districts hoping for a boost in state aid are back to the drawing board after Governor Sununu’s budget veto Friday.
Democrats said the proposed $140 million increase would be paid for, in part, by rolling back business tax cuts. And many districts said new money would allow them to make building improvements and rehire staff.