Federal Funds in New Hampshire
We researched the flow of federal funds into New Hampshire. As part of the project, we compiled a complete database of over 900 federal programs and the spending levels associated with each from 1983 through 1999. The reports in the sections describe the scope of federal funding in NH from 1995-1999. - Reports
- Federal Funds in New Hampshire: What We Get, What We Don?t Get, and Why: 1998 & 1999 (03-01-2001)
This report analyzes federal spending in New Hampshire in federal fiscal years 1998 and 1999 as well as trends since 1983. It identifies the size of the gap in spending in New Hampshire when compared to other states and, more importantly, the reasons for that difference.
- Federal Funds in New Hampshire: What We Get, What We Don?t Get, and Why: 1997 (05-01-1999)
This report updated the analysis contained in two prior annual reports with the data for federal fiscal year 1997.
- Federal Funds in New Hampshire: What We Get, What We Don?t Get, and Why: 1996 (04-01-1998)
This report updates the analysis contained in the 1995 report with the data for federal fiscal year 1996.
- A Hypothetical Case of Devolution and Welfare Reform: How Well Could Our Communities Respond? (05-01-1997)
Taking a hypothetical scenario where welfare for New Hampshire families with children, food, students and Medicaid were cut by 20% as a result of welfare reform initiatives, the Center examined how New Hampshire’s communities could respond. The report showed the great disparity among our communities in this regard.
- Federal Funds in New Hampshire: What We Get, What We Don?t Get, and Why: 1995 (04-01-1997)
This report was the first in the series designed to monitor changes in federal funds available to New Hampshire and to identify policy issues related to those funds. This report identified for the first time those specific federal programs which result in New Hampshire's status as one of the states with the least federal spending per capita.