New analysis: ACA Repeal Would Put Granite Staters At Risk New Hampshire Uninsured Rate Would Increase By 136%
This week, Thomas M. Armstrong and his family donated the 24-acre Armstrong Forest Preserve to Five Rivers Conservation Trust. Mr. Armstrong entrusted the forestland to Five Rivers with these words, “encourge active public observation, learning and enjoyment…for the study and wonder of nature, forests in particular, outdoor recreation, and the recharging of our minds, bodies and spirits.”
Fifth Circuit Court Decision on ACA Repeal Disastrous for Granite Staters
Appeals Court Sides with GOP Led Plaintiffs in Declaring Law Unconstitutional, Remands Final Decision to Judge who Already Said Entire Law Should Fall Thousands of NH Residents Could Lose Their Health Care Coverage
New downtown housing allows seniors independent lifestyle while accessing amenities
esterday, Protect Our Care New Hampshire and local residents were joined by Rep. Chris Pappas in Manchester to discuss the Democrats’ recently passed bill, the Lower Drug Prices Now Act (H.R. 3), and its benefits for Granite Staters struggling under the weight of increasingly high prescription drug costs.
Rep. Chris Pappas and the House of Representatives passed the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3), historic legislation to drastically reduce Americans’ prescription drug prices by up to 55% and save taxpayers nearly $500 billion over the next 10 years. H.R. 3 includes the most comprehensive drug pricing reform in American history and the largest expansion to Medicare’s vision, dental and hearing benefits in decades.
Open enrollment for federal Affordable Care Act Marketplace ends this Sunday.New Hampshire Residents have just a few days week to enroll or re-enroll for comprehensive affordable healthcare coverage. There is still time to shop around for coverage that best fits one’s needs.
The Center for American Progress released new analysis today examining how H.R. 3, the U.S. House of Representatives’ landmark prescription drug legislation, could lower the prices of specific brand-name drugs.
FIRST-EVER CHEMICAL ANALYSES OF FOREST LAKE WATER SHOW A PRISTINE LAKE