New Hampshire may become the first state to eliminate its pool inspection program to balance its budget.
According to an Associated Press report on Forbes.com, cutting the
pool inspection program would potentially save $139,000, but some
argue that it would hurt the state’s $4 billion tourism
“Environmental Services Commissioner Thomas Burack says
without the program, people would be at greater risk of lung, skin
and eye infections as well as gastric illnesses,” the AP