'Only in NH' Best Of: Liquor Laws, House of Pizza, & Income Tax
Which of these subjects is more controversial: New Hampshire liquor laws, regional pizza preferences, or the concept of a broad-based income tax in NH?
In this episode, we look back at some of our favorite (and most hotly debated) stories from our "Only in New Hampshire" series, where you ask the questions and we find the answers. We'll hear about a requirement that bars selling hard alcohol must also serve food. We'll find out why one style of pizza dominates the Granite State, and we'll explore how New Hampshire became known for eschewing the use of broad-based income taxes to increase revenue. Plus, some updates, listener feedback, and behind-the-scenes editorial debates that helped shape these stories.
- You Asked, We Answered: Why Do All New Hampshire Bars have To Sell Food?
- You Asked, We Answered: Why Are There SO Many "Houses of Pizza" In New Hampshire?
- You Asked, We Answered: Why is New Hampshire SO Against Having an Income Tax?