Business Editor’s Notebook: NH’s tax battle with Massachusetts is getting a national stage | Business Notebook

LAST WEEK, a liberal freshman congressman kicked off a webinar for a conservative think tank.

He’s running for reelection, and the think tank welcomes anyone who wants to talk about bad tax policy — like Massachusetts collecting income tax from commuters working remotely during the pandemic.


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