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Rudman Center off to a great start May 3 2013

Rudman Center off to a great start

At the opening dinner, keynote speaker John McCain gave a glowing tribute to Rudman’s ability to forge alliances, stand for principle and display humor

Democracy can’t afford to be without newspapers April 19 2013

Democracy can’t afford to be without newspapers

You can agree with it, hate it, wrap fish with it, but a newspaper will let you know what is going on in your state and community

An economic plan for New Hampshire? April 5 2013

An economic plan for New Hampshire?

Participants are needed for the BIA’s newly launched strategic economic plan effort

New Hampshire suffers several late winter losses March 22 2013

New Hampshire suffers several late winter losses

The state is diminished with the recent passing of five historic contributors

Campaign finance, politicians and judges March 8 2013

Campaign finance, politicians and judges

Sooner or later, the issue will have to be addressed

An optimistic start to 2013 February 8 2013

An optimistic start to 2013

The immigration reform proposal is an encouraging sign of bipartisanship in Washington

Shaheen backs bill to boost H-1B visa cap January 25 2013

Shaheen backs bill to boost H-1B visa cap

U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is co-sponsoring new legislation that would nearly double the number of visas and green cards that are set aside annually for highly skilled immigrants who work in science and technology.

January 25 2013

So you want to vote for legislation?

8 questions lawmakers should ask themselves before voting on a bill

January 11 2013

State's second EB-5 investor center awaits OK

Under the little-known EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, foreign nationals who make qualified investments in American projects are eligible to receive expedited green cards

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