Local ownership opens opportunities for improved services and energy efficiency upgrades
Some 11,564 New Hampshire residents have enrolled in a plan for 2021 through the Health Insurance Marketplace between November 1 and 21, 2020 according to Covering New Hampshire. Many of these were either renewing covering obtained during the 2019 open enrollment, or getting healthcare covering for the first time.
N.H. Preservation Alliance’s Popular Planning Grant Program Extended Through 2021
Preservation Alliance and Strawbery Banke Museum present free program featuring styles and tips from Curator of Historic Landscapes at Strawbery Banke Museum
Eligible projects include: exterior painting, finishes and surface restoration;upgrades to/installation of fire detection; lightning protection and security systems; repairs to/restoration of porches, roofs and windows; structural foundation and sill repair/replacement and chimney and masonry repointing.
The Vegetable Ranch produces a wide variety of vegetables for sale direct to consumers, including this early spring display of lettuce, bok choi, Swiss Chard and tomatoes at the Concord Farmers’ Market.
Release of new unemployment numbers underscores urgent need for new COVID relief package
With cases of COVID-19 increasing across New Hampshire, nearly 571,300 Granite Staters living with pre-existing conditions are in jeopardy of losing critical protections if the ACA is overturned by the Supreme Court
Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in California v. Texas. This case is the culmination of the decade-long Republican war on health care and the Affordable Care Act. If successful, the case would completely dismantle the ACA, ripping coverage from more than 20 million Americans and removing protections for 135 million people with pre-existing conditions — all in the middle of a global pandemic.
This morning, Rep. Chris Pappas joined legal and medical experts for a virtual press conference to discuss how the lawsuit before the Supreme Court to eliminate the Affordable Care Act would devastate Granite Staters and rip health care coverage away from millions of Americans in the middle of a public health emergency made worse by the Trump administration's failure to confront the crisis head-on.