On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast we jump straight into the public policy pool. Ulrick Boesen of the Tax Foundation talks about the “Tobacco Tax Equity Act” and how it would be particularly bad for New Hampshire. (It’s not likely to be good for Sen. Maggie Hassan’s 2022 campaign, either.)

Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Foundation also kicks around the tobacco tax hike, but he saves his most scathing comments for President Biden’s illegal eviction moratorium. And he explains why letting renters skip out on their rent is actually bad for low-income families who need housing,

Hosted by Michael Graham.