Resolution passed to continue spending if budget is vetoed
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New Hampshire lawmakers are preparing to keep government going for a few months in the event that Republican Gov. Chris Sununu vetoes the next two-year state budget.
Both the House and Senate on Thursday approved a continuing resolution that would maintain current spending for three months starting July 1, the start of the new fiscal year. Both chambers are voting later on a $13 billion, two-year budget that is likely to be vetoed.