Andrew Cline: If businesses survive 2020, the last thing they need is a tax hike
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DEPRIVED of customers, New Hampshire restaurants began going out of business almost immediately after they were ordered closed.
Citing the state order, the Joinery in Newmarket announced its permanent closure on March 16, the day before St. Patrick’s Day. Others soon followed.
Lure and Agave in Portsmouth, Young’s Restaurant in Durham, Audrey’s Cafe in Dublin, Piedra Fina in Marlborough, and Schoodacs Coffee House in Warner are among the businesses that didn’t survive the first two months of the shutdown.