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How will lawmakers know if state's R&D tax credits help NH's economy?
Tax cuts adopted last year leave state budget writers with a big problem.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Voters should consider that before voting for proposed changes to the NH Constitution.
Banning an income tax may sound simple, but it's not. This constitutional amendment proposal will cause more problems than it solves.
If you think property taxes are a problem now, think what happens if the state is forced to make further cuts to aid for cities and towns.
State lawmakers are considering legislation that would return the cigarette tax to its previous level after cigarette sales in NH failed to increase enough to make up for the cut.
The state is getting ready to decide on a massive contract to change Medicaid. The governor and the Executive Council would be wise to give themselves, and those affected, time to review the details.
The Senate is considering a proposal to change the New Hampshire constitution that could put the state's bond rating at risk and raise future borrowing costs.
A proposal to give businesses tax credits for donating funds to subsidize tuition at private schools would divert scarce public resources and could drive up local property taxes.
With all the talk about jobs, could cutting state business taxes be a way to boost the economy? New Hampshire lawmakers need to know all the facts or they risk doing more harm than good.
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