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Unlike elsewhere, New Hampshire refunds COVID business fines

By The Associated Press - | Jul 22, 2021

David Culhane, owner of the White Mountain Tavern, holds up a November 2020 letter from the N.H. Attorney General's office, notifying that his business was in violation, and also fined, after breaking an emergency order, Tuesday, July 13, 2021, in Lincoln, N.H. Culhane was fined $1,000 and later reached a settlement for holding a live music performance in November at which people crowded together, and for employees not wearing masks. A provision in the recently signed New Hampshire state budget will provide refunds to businesses that were fined for violating the governor's pandemic emergency orders. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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