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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

White Mountains buys stake in insurance startup co-founded by ex-board member

To avoid conflict, director has stepped down from seat

Larry Gammon announces plans to step down at Easterseals

Longtime president and CEO to step down after 47 years with organization

New Hampshire House panel votes down Housing Appeals Board plan

But backers see Senate as ‘best course’ for developer-backed proposal

Scorecard: New Hampshire has more work to do on energy efficiency

State policies lag far behind New England neighbors, say authors

House panel weighs changing New Hampshire’s foreclosure process

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

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Business Advice

Weaponizing work against the poor

Employment requirements for government assistance are not as simple as proponents say

Ride-alongs with your reps

Managers should go ‘in the trenches’ on appointments with their salespeople

The opportunity in Qualified Opportunity Funds

They offer significant tax benefits and are more flexible than you might think

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Opinion

A modest legislative agenda for the new year

All it takes for extreme views to prevail is for reasonable people to do nothing

The best kept secret about clean energy

High-level analyses project renewable energy will play a big role in lowering energy prices

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

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People

Q&A with Secretary of State Bill Gardner

‘We never took it away from the rest of the states. It happened here naturally,’ says Secretary of State Bill Gardner of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. He’s shown here with Gov. Chris Sununu after Gardner won his 22nd term in December, a narrow victory over Colin Van Ostern.

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.

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