New Hampshire's lawmakers are being called back to Concord for a special session next week in an effort to begin closing a gap of nearly $100 million that has appeared in the state's $708.9 million budget.

The gap stems from slumping corporate tax revenues last month and rising costs of the state's assistance programs, including welfare and Medicaid.

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