The solid waste plan sets goals including reducing how much waste is generated, while stepping up efforts to divert more materials out of landfills through recycling and reuse programs.
Christian Wade, The Center Square
Lawmakers are expected to return to session briefly to consider a number of veto overrides, including the ivermectin bill.
The state will divert $31.5 million of the settlement funds to help with opioid addiction prevention and treatment, with the remainder of the funds going to court fees in costs.
More than 1,100 applicants in NH have received reimbursement from the FEMA program, which has provided more than $2.7 billion nationwide.
Less than a quarter of NH voters say voter fraud is a serious problem in the state, but nearly half say it is a problem nationally.
In his pitch, the NH Democratic Party chairman argues New Hampshire is one of the most accessible states for presidential candidates who can build robust campaigns for less money.
Under the new law, public school dollars would essentially follow K-12 students if they decided to attend private or charter schools.