Not So Welcome To New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald May 24, 2015
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If New Hampshire is to continue relying so heavily on businesses for state revenue, they need to make the business climate more inviting in the state. New Hampshire, because it has neither a sales tax or income tax, relies heavily on business owners to generate revenue for the state. Given that model, you would expect legislators […]

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Bangor Maine Company Moving to New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2013

Bangor Daily News. Maine has a “far less than friendly business environment, and that’s clear, no matter what our friend Mr. LePage puts out there,” he said Wednesday morning. “On several levels, I regret leaving the Bangor area, but from a purely economic point of view it doesn’t make sense to stay here any longer.” -Lee Coyle, […]

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As the people of California destroy their state…

by Tim Condon September 29, 2012

…could there be a place for their escaping businesses in New Hampshire? Read an interesting book review of “Crazifornia: Tales from the Tarnished State — How California is Destroying itself, and Why it Matters.” (As is often the case, the commentary following the article is even more enlightening than the review itself.) (h/t to Instapundit.)

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Lay Off Notice

by Steve MacDonald September 6, 2011

To compensate for these increases,our prices would have to increase by about 10%. But since we cannot increase our prices right now due to the dismal state of the economy, we will have to lay off sixty of our employees instead.

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The Economic Power Of New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2011

I’m a strong supporter of Vermont’s sovereign right to hold the line on taxes, and for them to try because of New Hampshire–well, it doesn’t get much better than that. It is as if we are projecting economic power throughout the region.

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