NH Fails to Regain Pre-Recession Financial Footing

October 2014
Business NH Magazine;Oct2014, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p20
The article reports on the financial crisis faced by New Hampshire, which has not fully recovered its pre recession financial footing as of 2014. Topics discussed include the decline in cash ratios and in net assets of the state which have resulted in little equity that U.S. legislators could put into the its saving account, the difficulty faced by state in investing in water infrastructure and transportation systems, and the advice for policymakers to look for more cost-effective approaches.


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