N.H. opinions Wake up, New Hampshire business leaders

Van Ostern, Colin
April 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;4/8/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p18
In this article the author discusses aspects of the alleged disregard of New Hampshire legislators to several of the state's economic strengths such as budget reduction to community technical colleges that provides labor force, the disapproval of New Hampshire Governor John Lynch's proposal to boost research and development tax credits, and the lowering of the minimum dropout age of high school students.


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