BOSTON -- Gov. Stephen Merrill of New Hampshire said last week that $24 million in departmental budget cuts are needed to keep the state's books balanced through the remainder of the fiscal year.

Speaking at the opening hearing on the state's next two-year budget, Merrill said that without the cuts, the state will be in the red at the end of this fiscal year on June 30, 1995.

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