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New Hampshire bankruptcy filings edge up in January February 17 2017

New Hampshire bankruptcy filings edge up in January

But for second consecutive month, no businesses file for protection

Paid family leave bill scrutinized at hearing February 17 2017

Paid family leave bill scrutinized at hearing

No opposition surfaces as NH House committee reviews measure

Physician shortage tops concerns of state’s health centers February 17 2017

Physician shortage tops concerns of state’s health centers

Medicaid expansion, ACA repeal add to ‘great uncertainty’

Two business competitions launched by Merrimack Valley Score February 17 2017

Two business competitions launched by Merrimack Valley Score

Part of the chapter’s 50th anniversary celebration

Citing ‘pet peeve,’ NH rep seeks to overturn smoking ban February 3 2017

Citing ‘pet peeve,’ NH rep seeks to overturn smoking ban

Lodging & Restaurant Association opposes bill

NH House bill seeks to give Legislature some of PUC’s authority February 3 2017

NH House bill seeks to give Legislature some of PUC’s authority

Measure would give lawmakers say over systems benefit charge increases

February 3 2017

New Hampshire to get $7.2 million in Moody’s settlement

In deal, company agrees it manipulated mortgage-backed securities ratings

January 20 2017

Sununu: ‘New Hampshire is open for business’

In inaugural speech, governor calls for tax cuts, energy projects

January 20 2017

Proposal calls for state to seed college savings accounts

Concord rep’s plan would provide $200 to New Hampshire children

National Grid proposes NH-Vt. high-power transmission line March 31 2017

National Grid proposes NH-Vt. high-power transmission line

Project would bring Canadian electricity to New England

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