- New Hampshire Liquor Commission
State of New Hampshire Liquor Commission The global shape represents the world wide products the Commission sells, the triangular shape represents the shape of the State and the "L" shape on the left and lower part of the triangle stands for liquor Agency overview Formed December 1934 Jurisdiction State of New Hampshire Headquarters 50 Storrs Street, Concord, NH 03301 Website www.nh.gov/liquor
The Commission is composed of three Commissioners, one of whom is the Chairman; as of 2006[update], that position is held by Anthony C. Maiola.  The term of commissioners is six years, and no more than two may belong to the same political party . The Liquor Commission has three Bureaus:
- Enforcement and Licensing – which enforces the state's liquor laws;
- Marketing and Sales – which operates the state's liquor stores
- Administrative Services.
- New Hampshire Liquor Commission
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- New Hampshire alcoholic beverage laws
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