One such example is Kari DePhillips, co-owner of The Content Factory, who discusses the impact of the health-care law on small businesses and jobs, and at the end, explains why she's moving to NH with the Free State Project. Video here.
July's newsletter is available here. Read about PorcFest 2012 and an insightful interview with a couple that just moved to NH from CA.
Scoring 298/350 Quality of Life Points and moving up from last year's 2nd place, NH was evaluated as the best state to live in. As they summarize
Quality of life is solid across the board in the Granite State. The population is among the healthiest, in part because of the quality of the environment. Want a little more civilization? Boston is just over the border, offering New Hampshire residents the benefits of the big city without the hassles. Crime in New Hampshire is among the lowest in the country.
According to the Cato Institue, NH's passage of the School Choice Scholarship Act is path-breaking, supporting for the first time in the nation a family’s choice to home school their child and is by far the largest margin of victory ever secured for a new private school choice program.
New Hampshire is home to vibrant pro-liberty media outlets. An extensive listing is available here. Come join us in NH where liberty is on the rise.
According to PoliCom's 2012 Economic Strength Rankings, Concord, NH is the #1 "micropolitan" economy, with Manchester, NH at #40 in the category of Metropolitan areas. Full report here. How's your city compare?
According to the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, for 2011, the New Hampshire US House delegation was the 4th thriftiest delegation out of 56 state and territory delegations in Congress.
Learn how FSP Participants are enganging in pro-liberty activism at our new page: New Hampshire Activism.
Two surveys released by the Institute for Justice and Thumbtack.com give New Hampshire relatively high marks when it comes to its licensing requirements and costs. Read more here.
New Hampshire's unemployment rate is 4.7%; whereas, the national rate is 7.7%. The VT rate is 5% and the MA rate is 5.9%.
And for those in the technology industry, New Hampshire Public Radio recently reported that there are thousands of unfilled tech jobs in the NH/MA area.