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N.H. wood industry’s renewable energy efforts tangled up in legislative wrangling June 14 2013

N.H. wood industry’s renewable energy efforts tangled up in legislative wrangling

Attempt to change renewable standards finds itself caught in the tug of war over Obamacare

Connecticut gun manufacturer may be eyeing move to New Hampshire June 14 2013

Connecticut gun manufacturer may be eyeing move to New Hampshire

The Granite State is one of the three finalists for the firearms plant

Proposed U.S. budget cuts could add to SBDC pain in New Hampshire June 14 2013

Proposed U.S. budget cuts could add to SBDC pain in New Hampshire

Sequestration has already cut NHSBDC’s funding by 8%

June 14 2013

Judge backs ex-Insurance Department employee in unfair termination suit

Ruling rejects state’s bid to dismiss a suit filed by the state’s former top health policy analyst

Judge backs scrapyard company in suit over Manchester fees May 31 2013

Judge backs scrapyard company in suit over Manchester fees

The ordinance required the firm to pay 50 cents per transaction to the city – an amount that would increase its annual fee from $420 to $45,000

May 31 2013

N.H. House to vote on jobless benefits for startups

Under the bill, would-be entrepreneurs wouldn’t have to show that they are looking for work, but show that they are available for and participating in 'self-employment assistance activities'

One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights May 31 2013

One-sided N.H. House vote backs Auto Dealer Bill of Rights

The bill would give dealers greater leverage and protections in their dealings with carmakers

State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters May 31 2013

State agency offers grants to food, agricultural product exporters

The federal grant products like cosmetics or similar merchandise that are agriculturally based

N.H. already has slot machines –- and lots of them May 17 2013

N.H. already has slot machines –- and lots of them

As the Legislature debates whether to allow a “high-end” casino, New Hampshire residents have been playing slot machines all along

Ex-N.H. AG Delaney joins McLane law firm May 17 2013

Ex-N.H. AG Delaney joins McLane law firm

He’s taking a job at the firm his successor, Joe Foster, just left

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