Nashua forum will address NH business issues
On Friday, dozens of elected officials from southern New Hampshire are expected to attend the 2014 Legislative Symposium. Hosted by the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, the fifth annual event will include a panel of business professionals set to address key issues that will be discussed in Concord in the coming year.
“This event gives the chamber and local business leaders an opportunity to discuss — outside of Concord — potentially controversial topics in a neutral environment,” said Chris Williams, president of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce.
The first of three seminars will provide an overview of Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire, and will include speeches from Steve Norton, executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy; Tom Wilhelmsen Jr., CEO of Southern New Hampshire Medical Center; and Charlie Arlinghaus, president of The Josiah Bartlett Center.
The symposium is open to the public, and will be followed by an informal reception. The event was originally designed to be held every other year, but because of such tremendous feedback from legislators and business owners, the chamber decided to host the event annually.
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