New Hampshire Business Review January 4 2008

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Court upholds Westin Hotel ruling

House Ways and Means chair: N.H. will adjust revenue estimates

Critics: Public unaware of effect of shoreland rules

Natural gas, electricity prices steady

Enforcing smoking ban was hazardous to bartender's health

Toumpas becomes HHS head

Vt. lawmakers to board: Go slow on Verizon-Fairpoint deal

House kills immigration bill

House OKs payday loan interest cap

Ebbing market doesn't stop home sales

Product-tracking bill held for more study

Skybus increases flights to Pease

Dodds' attorney files motion for new judge

Housing market 'correction' continues

Millionaire allowed to sue state over move to prison

Charter schools form lobbying group

Franklin firm ordered to close after renovations

House OKs midwife mandate

Pax to launch three new funds

Governor cuts down scope of 10-year highway plan

Bill proposed to ease weight restrictions in Maine

Berlin biomass plant wins planning vote

Portsmouth wastewater deal addresses nitrogen issue

Vermont's FairPoint proposal has ripple effect

Hopkinton community may run apple orchard

Zoning proposal decried in Hanover

Zoning proposal decried in Hanover

Bill would triple overweight truck fines

Cook on Concord: A modest proposal for the legislative process

Not much steam over plant proposal

Gov. Lynch: Budget must be cut

Audit recommends taking power from Fish and Game

Car parts stolen from company vehicles

Portmouth Shaw's to close

Concord tax break aims to boost development

Airport chiefs swap jobs

N.H. bank continues moves into Vermont

Brooks' claim of self-defense needs evidence

Europe may ban imports of some biofuel crops

Horse show could be big economy boost on Seacoast

Penacook tannery remains unstable

Vt. airport numbers take off

Geothermal options get attention in Lakes Region

N.H. bids to make courts current with technology

Spanish utility closer to buying CMP owner

Audit could determine future of Fish and Game Department

Americans cut back sharply on spending

Mass. hospitals a drain on N.H. health care

N.H. looks to Congress for more fuel aid

KeySpan officials explain intentions on coal tar

Maine legislators rush to fix lending law

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