Brattleboro Reformer: High taxes in Vt. have retailers choosing NH side of the border
This study states that the "Vermont Sales Tax has dramatically changed the pattern of retailing activity in the counties that border the Connecticut River, leading to a significant loss of the retail market in the Vermont border communities." And he concludes his study stating that "sales taxes along with the bottle bill and Act 250 have contributed to a hollowing out of Vermont retailing along its border with New Hampshire.
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