With a vote that practically followed party lines, the House has approved an 11-billion-dollar budget. There’s a 10-percent increase in all funds, with a four-percent increase in state general fund spending. It’s very much like the proposed budget by Governor Maggie Hassan, but without 80-million in casino licensing fees, and less money for the University System of New Hampshire, charter schools, hospitals and school building aid. Supporters say the two-year operating budget begins to restore programs cut two years ago, but opponents say it significantly expands government.
yesterday in Music
The "Baby" hitmaker will face the music at a May trial on charges of drunken driving.
The former NBA star gives an emotional interview and says he won't return to North Korea.
Comedian Zach Galifianakis interviews the President and it's hilarious.
yesterday in Entertainment
Jet Li's stunt double Ju Kun is among those onboard a Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing over the weekend.
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