NH landlords up in arms over House panel’s changes to lead remediation bill

New Hampshire landlords have come out strongly against a last-minute proposed change to a lead remediation bill that would substitute $6 million, mainly in grants, for the same amount in dubious and limited loan guarantees – money that would have to be shared with homeowners. |Keep Reading at NHBR

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