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State Sen. Cindy Rosenwald, a Democrat who represents six of Nashua’s wards, updates a group of local small business owners on state legislative affairs during a Chamber of Commerce-sponsored roundtable Tuesday.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP State Sen. Kevin Avard, a Republican who represents three Nashua wards and several area towns, discusses legislative issues during a Chamber of Commerce roundtable Tuesday. Listening are Paul Racioppi, co-owner with his wife of Elizabeth Grady salon, Small Business Development Center state director Liz Gray, and State Sen. Cindy Rosenwald, a Democrat who represents six Nashua wards. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

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Adria Bagshaw, vice president of several-generation Nashua specialty meanufactuiring company WH Bagshaw, makes a point while addressing a roundtable of fellow small business owners Tuesday.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP
Liz Gray, state director of the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, addresses a roundtable of local small business owners at Rivier University on Tuesday. Next to her are Paul Racioppi, a Nashua business owner, and State Sen. Kevin Avard, a Republican who represents three Nashua wards and several area towns.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

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