New Hampshire Business Review May 22 2009

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Tax shift rouses business opponents

Money for air field gets OK

Money for air field gets OK

Council approves berm near Merrimack bridge

U.S. retailers report sales declines

State halts blasting on Interstate 93

N.H. securities regulators accuse UBS

$87m in school construction aid in Senate approved budget

Rivals enter bids for the Basement

PSNH to erect solar array

It's law: Gay couples can soon wed in NH

Vt. public access TV contracts with Comcast stalled

House OKs bill requiring notice on plant closings

State Senate adopts $11.6 billion budget

Federal stimulus funds to expand National Passport Center at Pease

Senate passes slots

Slump pushing cost of drugs out of reach

Boston ad agencies may feel GM's pain

Revised BET credit suspension passes

Revised BET credit suspension passes

UNH budget plan cuts 7 jobs, makes 40 others part-time

Vt. state layoffs moving ahead

Building activity sagging, but still lots taking place

Views on govt. role in GM reorganization run the gamut

Taste of Downtown tickets available today

Maine's gross domestic product grows 1.4%

It's official: Gatsas to run for mayor

Parents of I-495 victim seek tougher workplace safety rules

Wal-Mart gets zoning green light in Manchester

Politico: Sen. Gregg would require all adults to buy health coverage

FairPoint may start collecting

House weighs big unemployment-tax hike

Kittery wind turbine turns out to be an underperformer

Energy official is Lynch pick for PUC

Gay marriage legislation back up for vote

Swine flu message sent to SAU 39 families

Elliot: No layoffs, but no raises

Social worker advises parents to talk to kids about economic hardships

Lamontagne meets with NRSC

State labs juggling swine flu cases

Social worker advises parents to talk to kids about economic hardships

Social worker advises parents to talk to kids about economic hardships

N.H. mortgage delinquency down in first quarter

North, South students examine recession in forum

North, South students examine recession in forum

Lynch makes high court pick

Board picks Conrad for superintendent

Board picks Conrad for superintendent

Upper Valley senators back N.H. budget that expands gaming

Dover waterfront land transfer passes key hurdle

N.H. joins national ed standards effort

Derry council faces development hurdles

Woman hurt as car strikes 2 others, then Town Hall

Woman hurt as car strikes 2 others, then Town Hall

FairPoint: Wait to collect cash

GM bankruptcy tremors yet to hit state

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