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April 2020

Roundtable discussed new report on how Medicaid is protecting health of Granite Staters living in rural communities and supporting rural hospitals Read more →


“This failure to provide adequate testing is what we’ve come to expect from the Trump administration and it’s a direct contrast to what we’re seeing from other countries. Less than two months after their first confirmed coronavirus cases, South Korea had tested ten times as many people as the United States. Now, South Korea is re-opening their economy after only a few hundred deaths while thousands of Americans have lost their lives and millions of US workers are out of a job.” Read more →


Polling shows that the vast majority of Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic. No matter how many times Trump lies about his response, the American people see the truth about his failed response. Now, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents are concerned that Trump is going to keep ignoring the advice of experts and lift restrictions too quickly.  Read more →


Leading Health Care Group Says Medicaid Expansion, Special Enrollment Period, Addressing Racial Disparities, Coverage Affordability, Banning Junk Plans and Funding Testing and PPE Among Priorities Which Must Be Addressed in Next Coronavirus Response Package  Read more →


Every day, the Coronavirus brings new uncertainty for families across the country. More than three million Americanshave already lost their jobs during the pandemic, and families across the country are wrestling with how to retain their health coverage. This reality illustrates just how critical Medicaid is for Granite Staters as we confront the coronavirus crisis. From providing health insurance to children and those with disabilities, to ensuring that seniors and Granite Staters living in rural communities have access to care, Medicaid is a lifeline in NH. Read more →


Efforts to revitalize three historic buildings and their communities in Colebrook, Alstead and Lancaster, New Hampshire will get boost thanks to grants awarded this month by the N.H. Preservation Alliance.  “While our families’ and communities’ health is of paramount importance right now,” said Jennifer Goodman, executive director of the N.H. Preservation Alliance, “we’re pleased to offer this good news of investment in our workforce and in anchors of our communities that will have wonderful short and long-term benefits.”  The grant funds are made possible by an award to the N.H. Preservation Alliance along with the Preservation Trust of Vermont, Maine Preservation and the Preservation League of New York State from the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC). Read more →