N.H. stimulus info now online

March 2009
New Hampshire Business Review;3/13/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p7
The article reports that an inventory of federal stimulus fund programs was put online by the newly created Office of Economic Stimulus in New Hampshire. According to Governor John Lynch, the inventory reports will be updated as the federal government releases more information on the stimulus fund programs.


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