The governor gets it right on residential treatment

Amoth, Craig D.
March 2009
New Hampshire Business Review;3/27/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p17
In this article the author reflects on the budget plan of state Governor John Lynch in New Hampshire. He focuses on how Lynch has made his budget scheme, centering on the proposed solutions to enhance state revenue and cost-cutting measures. Specifically, he highlights the proposal of Lynch to close some residential treatment facilities and prisons. He also considers the governor's decision as a smart move to place the state on the right path, especially in times of recession.


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