But this year the New Hampshire Legislature and the governor made significant investments in our state’s children. By doing so, they invested in the future of the Granite State.
Little Antlers Learning Center in Plymouth gets calls daily from parents desperate for a spot, like many child care providers. It’s also hearing from organizations interested in recreating its model.
New Hampshire ranks first in the nation on measures of child well-being, according to a new report.
Gov. Chris Sununu sent the House a budget in February that upped spending significantly over his last one, with a notable increase for Medicaid beneficiaries and other vulnerable populations that advocates say aren’t getting the services they need.
New Hampshire experienced one of the country’s greatest percentage declines in child population over the past decade, according to a new report.
House Speaker Sherman Packard will launch special legislative committees on housing and child care next year, bringing new focus to two persistent issues for the state.