Realities loom for Republican majorities

Sanders, Bob
November 2010
New Hampshire Business Review;11/19/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p1
The article reports on the efforts of Republican lawmakers to change the business climate in 2010 in New Hampshire. The lawmakers cut taxes and fees to make the state more business-friendly. Frank Sapareto proposes a bill to expand the safe harbor for reasonable compensation. The Republicans also intend to audit the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.


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