Voting Bill Heads to the Supreme Court As Lawmakers Head Home At Week’s End

You could ask how does a state budget go $100 million out of whack in a half-a-dozen months.

Lawmakers will grapple with that question this week in what are expected to be the final sessions of the 2017-18 legislature bar an adverse Supreme Court ruling on voting rights after lawmakers go home at the end of the week.

Week To Watch: Medicaid Expansion, Recovery Workplace, Death Penalty, More

Lots happening for lawmakers and you coming this week including a public hearing on Senate Bill 593, which would end the state’s death penalty replacing it with life without parole, which passed the Senate but Sununu said he will veto it. The hearing is in Room 204 of the Legislative Office Building at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.