Lawmakers are debating SB 14, a high priority to support children with behavioral health needs in New Hampshire. On April 9th, the bill will be heard in the House Children and Family Law Committee. Committee members need to hear from Granite Staters about why they should pass SB 14. Call the committee members today!
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Advocates for elderly services, public education, legal assistance and a variety of other causes made their case for state funding on Monday as the House Finance Committee hosted a public hearing on the state budget for fiscal years 2020-21.
Many came sporting colors for their cause, filling almost every spot in the 400-seat Representatives Hall.