Lawmakers likely to pass state budget that governor plans to veto
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New Hampshire lawmakers are expected to pass a two-year, $13 billion state budget this week that is likely to be vetoed.
Gov. Chris Sununu is expected to veto the budget that the Democratic-controlled Legislature will pass this week, and bipartisan priorities — from an extra $138 million in education funding to a big boost in state aid for cities and towns — will be put on hold.