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Law Warehouses, N.H. Liquor Commission settle contract suit

State to pay Nashua firm $2.5 million over disputed 2013 bid
April 13, 2015

Are low-wage businesses being subsidized in N.H.?

Study finds that 64% of N.H. assistance goes to working families
April 13, 2015

House budget: no business tax hikes, but no cuts either

Business groups take aim at aspects of $11.2 billion plan
April 3, 2015

Two sides face off today on workers’ compensation

N.H. Senate to vote on opposing plans to control rising medical costs
March 26, 2015

Ayotte to provide briefing at BIA luncheon

Senator to give an update on Washington issues
March 23, 2015

N.H. Senate workers’ comp compromise gets mixed reviews

Auto dealers help lead charge against Bradley’s attempt to find middle ground
March 19, 2015

Realtors, bankers at loggerheads over ‘kickback’ bill

Measure would allow referral fees for directing business to lenders
March 19, 2015

Proposed independent contractor definition makes its way to full N.H. House

Vote may mark beginning of the end of years of legal wrangling
March 10, 2015

N.H. House committee votes against minimum wage hike, backs right-to-work

Another panel keeps BPT tax cut alive
March 3, 2015

Five N.H. firms win job training grants

Total of $27,514 in grants will help train 132 workers
March 2, 2015

N.H. minimum wage hike proposals echo national debate

Some Granite State businesses already seek to provide a ‘livable wage’
February 24, 2015

N.H. Senate gets ready to vote on tweaked business tax cuts

But despite passage, four tax credit bills are in limbo pending budget talks
February 23, 2015

Quartet of business tax break proposals get Senate hearing

R&D credit expansion among proposals aimed at boosting job creation
February 10, 2015

N.H.’s Section 179 deduction limit called ‘woefully behind other states’

$25,000 annual cap on capital equipment expenses is $475,000 lower than federal allowance
February 4, 2015

N.H. House panel weighs cutting workers’ comp provider fees

Bill sponsors say state should limit payments
February 3, 2015
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