New Hampshire’s economy spent March and April of 2020 rapidly contracting. Cell phone data and reported restaurant and retail store revenue show that consumers voluntarily began staying home in the early March. Then on March 27 the governor issued a stay-home order and ordered “non-essential” businesses closed to in-person interactions. That one-two punch put nearly […]
On public policy, New Hampshire should always beat Vermont, as a matter of principle. That goes double for the handling of money. The state that sends a self-proclaimed “socialist” to the U.S. Senate should never get to say it’s more responsible with a dollar. New Hampshire has bragging rights here. The Granite State is 12th […]
https://jbartlett.org/wp-content/uploads/shutterstock_1321681208-scaled.jpg17092560Andrew Clinehttp://jbartlett.org/wp-content/uploads/logo_white_v1_360x70.pngAndrew Cline2020-02-21 15:27:172020-02-21 16:54:13Will legislators add new unfunded liabilities to State Retirement System?
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