Americans For Prosperity Request Obama Event Donor’s ID, 11 Vetoes Reconsidered, And Concerns About New Medicaid Management System
New Hampshire’s Business and Economic News In Brief
“Group Fights For ID Of Donor Who’ll Pay For Event Security” – “The state chapter of Americans for Prosperity filed a request with the town administrator Monday, demanding to know the identity of the person who agreed to pay the $20,000-$30,000 cost for security during a campaign stop by President Barack Obama.” SeacoastOnline.com
“Voter ID, Education Tax Credits Among Vetoes To Be Reconsidered Wednesday” – “The New Hampshire Legislature returns for a one-day session Wednesday to take up 11 vetoes from Gov. John Lynch.
Abortion, medical malpractice reform, education tax credits, commercial identity protection and other issues hang in the balance as Republican legislative leaders, with a 3-1 advantage, try to act over the opposition of Lynch, the retiring, four-term Democrat.” Nashua Telegraph
“Study: Defense Industry Boosts New England Economy” – “Federal defense and homeland security contracts added $33.9 billion to the New England economy in 2011 — an 85 percent increase from eight years ago, according to a new study from the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute.” CBS Money Watch
“Questions Remain About Plans For New Medicaid Management System, Critics Say” – “As state officials arrive in the city Thursday to discuss the state’s new Medicaid management system, there will likely be more questions than answers, critics of the program said this week.” Nashua Telegraph