New Hampshire’s getting an additional $147 million from the massive coronavirus aid package signed into law by President Donald Trump, the state’s congressional delegation said Tuesday.
Funding will go to schools; public transit; health care workers; law enforcement; child care, heating assistance; elections help; and other areas.
The biggest chunk, nearly $82.5 million, includes money for elementary and secondary schools; higher education; and the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund.
The aid follows the $1.25 billion marked for New Hampshire from the nearly $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief package, providing funds for small businesses, health systems, unemployment insurance, individuals and families.
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