(Hour 1c) Rich started the segment by talking about Senate Bill 191. He wondered about the tie between Kindergarten funding and Keno funding and wondered if towns should get Kindergarten funding based off of funds generated through Keno in other towns. He then spoke about the “reckless financial advice” that City Finance Officer Bill Sanders gave to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, before sharing about Senate Bill 129, which would cause electric rates to go even higher. Finally, he employed the listeners to call Governor Chris Sununu at 271.2121 and ask him to veto Senate Bill 129. Tune in to hear more!
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