The NHFPI analyzes NH fiscal policy. Their web site offers an exhaustive comparison of the governor's and Finance Committee's proposed budgets as well as analysis of other aspects of the NH economy. Their Conclusion:
“Compared to the Governor’s plan, the budget the full House of Representatives will consider this week would reduce investments in physical infrastructure, higher education, and other areas critical to New Hampshire’s economic future and would imperil services designed to protect the most vulnerable residents of the Granite State – the sick, the elderly, and the homeless.
Moreover, the House’s proposed budget, if enacted into law, would forego more than a quarter of a billion dollars in federal funds, including the loss of over $200 million in FY 2017 due to its failure to extend the New Hampshire Health Protection Program.
Finally, the House’s version of the FY 2016-2017 budget keeps New Hampshire on shaky fiscal ground over both the short- and the long-run; - See more at: http://www.nhfpi.org/research/state-budget/house-finance-committee-proposed-fy-2016-2017-budget.html#sthash.05oeMZJB.dpuf”