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Taylor Caswell, Commissioner of the Department of Business and Economic Affairs

Taylor Caswell, Commissioner of the Department of Business and Economic Affairs joins us. The state's economy is looking robust with unemployment the lowest in the region. But there's also a labor shortage, workforce development challenges, and high energy costs for businesses. We get Caswell's take on these issues -- and on what senate Democrats are proposing: freezing business tax cuts.

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  •  Taylor Caswell - Commissioner of the Department of Business and Economic Affairs. 
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In an interview with WMUR, Caswell outlines some of his economic priorities for 2019.

The NH Senate is poised to look at business tax credits in 2019.  NHPR's Todd Bookman examined howNH attracts businesses to the state.

At an annual manufacturing industry gathering late last year, Caswell described howmanufacturing is expanding as part of the state’s economic engine.

Taylor Caswell wrote in the New Hampshire Business Review about the new approach to economic developmentwhen the Deparmtnet of Business and Economic Affairs was created in mid-2018.

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