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Country Health Rankings NH School Finance 2017 WINH

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released 2017 country health data. How healthy is the population of your country?
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Groundbreaking research by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies finds that 20 years after the watershed Claremont decision by the New Hampshire Supreme Court there has been little, if any, change in the inequity in public school spending and property tax rates among school districts throughout the state.   Go >

What is NH? 2016: An overview of issues shaping our future. Go >

 

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Data Snapshot

Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Rate, US & NH

Source: NH Dept of Employment Security

Policy Blog

PolicyBlogNH.org

Our blog is where we welcome a free and open exchange of opinions and commentary on the public policy issues facing New Hampshire.  Go >

State Budget

STATE BUDGET

2017-06-21

NH’s General Fund Appropriations: The Committee of Conference

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Education

EDUCATION

2017-06-19

Education Finance in New Hampshire: Headed to a Rural Crisis?

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State Budget

STATE BUDGET

2017-05-01

What is New Hampshire? State Budget

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Infrastructure

INFRASTRUCTURE

2017-04-13

NH Brings Home Transportation Report Card

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Health Care

HEALTH CARE

2017-03-16

What is New Hampshire Healthcare?

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2017-02-02

Greg Bird's Presentation to Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council

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VISUAL AIDS

Maps and Other Resources

Visual of a ChartUse our maps, charts, data graphs, and other visual aids to explore some of our policy topics, or use them to present information on your next project.

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