No government or limited government?

Cook, Brad
February 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;2/11/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p18
The article focuses on the significance of laws in the government of New Hampshire. It stresses the need for business community and all citizens to have an interest and understand the meaning of all laws and what the legislature does. It outlines several legislative bills, including the House Bill 133 for eliminating the state minimum wage and House Concurrent Resolution 3 on preservation of local authority in international trade and investment agreements.


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