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2019 BOB Awards

The BOBs are your chance to tell us, other readers and the rest of the state which companies in New Hampshire have the best products and services for businesses.

Vote now through January 18.

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Top Stories

House panel weighs changing New Hampshire’s foreclosure process

Bill would require court involvement ‘to level the playing field’ for homeowners

New Hampshire House, Senate bills pave the way for sports betting

Proposals follow U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 decision

Ocean State Job Lot acquires Salem location

Discount chain to open 11th New Hampshire store later this year

Soucy seeks to up New Hampshire minimum wage to $10 an hour

Senate president’s proposal would be a flexible ‘starting wage’

Sununu’s inaugural address sets his own business agenda

Meanwhile, a Democratic Legislature prepares to advance policies introduced last session

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NH Business Review Poll

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Business Advice

When blockchain meets data privacy and security

How the paradigm is shifting as regulations and the technology evolve

Don’t be afraid of being curious

It works to help you establish connections and distinguish yourself from others

Gender identity in the workplace: a guide

What employers should know now that it has been included as a protected class in New Hampshire

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Opinion

New Hampshire legislators can take a big step in support of commuter rail

They should quickly update the 10-year transportation plan to start a study with federal funds

PFAS contamination of our water supplies is real and costly

The evolving story of the Coakley Landfill should serve as a cautionary tale

New Hampshire restaurants serve guests and the community

They help to give back by assisting in a crisis, boosting a community project or starting a charitable program of their own

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People

Q&A with House Speaker Steve Shurtleff

The House speaker should “try to work for the common good for the whole body and work to bring people together,” says Democrat Steve Shurtleff, the newly elected speaker.

Q&A with NH Legal Assistance attorney Elliot Berry

‘I don’t think anything is more fundamental than housing,’ says Elliot Berry, a longtime NH Legal Assistance attorney and director of its Housing Justice Project.

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