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Economic Tensions Fuel Disagreement Between Car Makers And Dealers

As competition in the auto industry heats up, car makers are tightening their image and branding campaigns. But car dealers — who feel financially vulnerable despite soaring profits — say manufacturers are expecting them to pay too much of the price. In New Hampshire, dealer organizations are behind a bill that would protect them from […]

New Nanobrew Law Brings More Craft Beer To N.H.

A new law that went into effect in August made New Hampshire the first state in the country to recognize “nanobreweries” as a separate category of brewery. Now, nanobreweries can be licensed at a much reduced rate of $240, rather than the microbrewery license of $1200. According to the Union Leader, this has facilitated the opening of […]

New Labor Laws In Effect

The New Hampshire Business Review has an interesting roundup of new state laws that went into effect last weekend.  The main piece of legislation, Senate Bill 86, allows employers to get a warning for violating labor laws before the Department of Labor lays down a fine.  But, there are definitely exceptions, as the NHBR notes: […]

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