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Center staff are frequently sought out by state and national media for analysis of New Hampshire public policy issues. We also regularly publish columns on our recent research in the state’s media outlets.

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NH General and Education Funds Revenues Have Leveled Off

Date: October 4th, 2017

After a stronger than expected performance in the last biennium, New Hampshire state revenues are showing signs of hitting their “cruising altitude,” or put differently, producing vir...

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NHBR and NHCPPS "Present Winning Workforce Strategies"

Date: October 2nd, 2017

Thursday, November 9, 7:30 - 10:30 a.m., Manchester Country Club, 180 South River Road, Bedford This forum will focus on real solutions to the workforce development issues New Hampshire employers are...

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Report: Job growth limited to urban New Hampshire counties

Date: August 31st, 2017

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A new analysis of the New Hampshire economy says job growth in the state's most urban counties has been much higher than expected in recent years, while rural counties h...

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Norton to Step Down as Center Executive Director

Date: August 24th, 2017

After 12 years as executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy studies, Steve Norton has decided to step down from his job. He’ll be leaving at the end of the month. Norton w...

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NH Magazine: Cherishing Education, Does New Hampshire make the grade?

Date: July 20th, 2017

By Jeff Woodburn Twenty years ago, the state Supreme Court turned New Hampshire’s tight-fisted frugality and borderline feudalism on its head by declaring that the state’s lack of support...

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