Affordable Housing Finds a Home in New Hampshire


What's the first phrase that "New Hampshire" brings to mind? Do you think "town hall meeting," "tax-free liquor" or "outer Boston suburb"? You'd get, at most, partial credit for any of those answers.

But if you say "first state in the union to get real about housing for working people," you'd be in a smart position to talk -- and even to invest. Because, indeed, the Granite State has passed the most intelligent law in the country to help middle-class people live near their jobs.

And it's working.

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