‘Creating a sustainable health system is part of creating a new economy in the region. It will allow small businesses to spend less for health care so they can then spend more money on jobs for more people,’ says Dr. James Weinstein, CEO of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system.
Working as presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign manager ‘is by far the greatest job in politics,’ says Corey Lewandowski, shown at left with the candidate.
‘The evidence is so compelling that [family-friendly workplace] policies do boost our economy,' says ays Kristin Rowe Finkbeiner, CEO and co-founder of MomsRising.org.
Christine Frost of the North Country Council: ‘I just feel that there’s more of a positive energy in the North Country than there has been in the recent past.’
‘I believe our first responsibility is to grow good jobs in New Hampshire,’ says Glenn Brackett, recently elected as president of the NH AFL-CIO.
‘I don’t have to believe my client is innocent at all,’ says New Hampshire attorney Mark Sisti. ‘I have to believe that the system has integrity and that the jury will follow the direction and instructions of the court.’
What made ‘Deflategate’ so ‘compelling,’ says UNH professor Michael McCann, ‘is the number of areas in the law where the answers are not clear.’
‘We’re the only developed country in the world that doesn’t ensure that when a child leaves a womb, it has a parent home with it, and that parent should not be worried about putting food on the table,’ says Josh Levs, author of “All In: How Our Work First Culture Fails Dads, Families and Businesses — And How We Can Fix It Together.”
‘The state faces challenges based on our aging population and the changing nature of our economy in ensuring there is a vibrant workforce,’ says Dick Ober, president and CEO of the NH Charitable Foundation.
Dan and Renee Plummer turned “a cow pasture with no future” into one of the most successful military base redevelopment projects in the country