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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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Center to Cease Operation

Date: February 23rd, 2018

February 23, 2018 -- The board of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies announces with regret that the Center will cease operation. The board made the decision last week after several mon...

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Union Leader - Tax plan analyzed: 89% of NH would save

Date: December 21st, 2017

By MICHAEL COUSINEAU, NH Union Leader Nearly 9 in 10 Granite State tax filers would receive a tax cut in 2019 under the GOP plan expected to pass Congress this week, according to one group’s an...

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Economic Forecast Sees Slow But Continued Expansion

Date: November 29th, 2017

From WBUR by Michael Norton, State House News Service - While housing and immigration trends loom as obstacles, the Massachusetts economy is poised to experience low unemployment rates in the comi...

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Event puts NH's aging workforce on display

Date: November 10th, 2017

From New Hampshire Business Review, 11/10/17 Panelists agree, employer involvement is essential to attract young talent and retain older professionals By Bob Sanders Most discussions addressing the...

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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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