Officials concerned state budget shifts million in costs to counties
CONCORD — The Finance Committee of the New Hampshire House of Representatives has arguably shunted some $7-million in costs for caring for the elderly to the 10 counties in the next biennium in balancing its version of the 2014-2015 state budget, which will come before the House for a vote next week.
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