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Friday, November 13, 2009
The Cost of Downshifting to Granite State Taxpayers
Tom DeRosa asked me to stop by for the NH GOP's weekly podcast. We discussed the
cost of downshifting
, from the Congress to state budgets, and from the state to local taxpayers.
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