Valley News reporter John Lippman authored an excellent story about the devastating impact on Springfield Power, one of six independent biomass energy plants in New Hampshire, of Gov. Sununu's vetoes of Senate bills 365 and 446. The story was published in the Saturday, August 4, 2018, edition of the Valley News, and it can be read here

The New Hampshire legislature will meet on Sept. 13 to consider overturning Sununu's misguided vetoes, which, if not overturned, will have a ruinous effect on the state's timber industry as well as on hundreds of jobs, hundreds of millions of dollars of economic contribution to the state's economy, and the health of New Hampshire's forests.

 

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