Aging N.H. will have long-term consequences
Newly released census figures, with 42 as the median age in the Granite State, show "the median age is continuing to rise and it's rising faster than any other state in the nation," said Peter Francese of Exeter, demographic analyst for the New England Economic Partnership.
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