Democrats want lower property taxes, higher business taxes
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Declaring he wants to replace “corporate handouts” with “property tax relief for hardworking Granite Staters,” New Hampshire Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes, D-Concord, on Wednesday discussed the party’s 2019 platform.
As a result of the November general election, Democrats took control of both the New Hampshire Senate and House. In fact, all 27 members of the House representing the city of Nashua are now Democrats.