A New Hampshire legislative commission last week found that tobacco securitization was one option that could generate $60 million to monetize state assets in the current fiscal year, but it failed to garner enough support from members to be recommended.

The commission, chaired by Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, D-Manchester, also looked at the sale of state-owned property and a lottery.

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