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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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Dave Solomon's State House Dome: Education funding solutions redux

Date: June 26th, 2017

By DAVE SOLOMON STASHED IN A CORNER atop an old file cabinet here in the Donn Tibbetts Press Room at the State House is a 20-year-old bottle of Cordon Negro Brut, left behind by reporter Ralph Jimene...

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Concord Monitor Editorial: The same old education funding story

Date: June 25th, 2017

They may not have been able to show their work – that is, back it up with charts, graphs and statistics – but hundreds if not thousands of school superintendents, principals, teachers, mun...

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