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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (February 3, 2017)

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'Right to work' is wrong for New Hampshire: it's really a fight for the right to freeload. Fernald, Mark 647
A citizen extraordinaire: remembering Fred Hall, who epitomized good citizenship. Cook, Brad Obituary 764
A real Serb story. Brief article 112
About town. 493
Appropriation sought to boost workforce housing: proposal would add $25m to decades-old loan fund. Feingold, Jeff Statistical data 1446
Audit your life insurance: a policy should be about transferring risk and providing financial security, not about taking on risk. Baldwin, Charles 662
Building block: continued state construction aid for schools, vexes districts, construction companies. Sanders, Bob Cover story 2778
Calendar. Calendar 1007
Celebrating New Hampshire's State Library: 2017 is the 300th anniversary of the nation's first such institution. York, Michael 376
Employment application. Brief article 207
Financial, health security is under threat in NH. Woodburn, Jeff 571
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. Brief article 117
Hiring foreign physicians to ease NH's doctor shortages: federal visa waiver program can help facilities in underserved areas fill positions. Murray, Michael 832
How to advocate for balance: U.S. State Department employees provide a roadmap for promoting family-friendly changes. Brady, Loretta L.C.; Ratinoff, Eric Column 733
How to make NH's business tax rate lowest in the nation. Henle, Paul Brief article 305
Kickoff: Emerson Ecologics is first presenter at 2017 Entrepreneur Forum. 174
Launch pad: new business accelerator opens at Plymouth State. Rajala, Liisa 158
Making the rounds. 115
Moving to 'the next level': TRM Microwave keeps focus on growing its business. Rajala, Liisa 896
New president at BAE Systems in Nashua. Brief article 108
NH to get $7.2 million in Moody's settlement. Sanders, Bob 452
Plan a retirement revelation: what do you envision your life to be life after retiring? Toomey, Cathleen 730
Stalled federal policy hurts NH biomass. French, Jameson 527
The future of manufacturing: there's growing optimism about a revival, but it won't be what you think. Ryan, Bill 626
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan. McCord, Michael Interview 656

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