A new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office shows that Democrats’ historic legislation to lower the costs of prescription drugs would not only save consumers money; it would also save Medicare $345 billion.
Yesterday, Seacoast Online reported that Rep. Chris Pappas spent time over the Congressional recess to talk to health care advocates and local Granite Staters about skyrocketing prescription drug costs, as well as what he is doing in Congress to address the issue.
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Granite Staters joined Rep. Chris Pappas and Protect Our Care New Hampshire and Granite State Progress at a roundtable discussion today, where they discussed the skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs.
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Join the Discovery Center for its pilot event "Late Night at the Discovery Center" on Wednesday, October 30th 2019, from 6:30PM-9:30PM. Explore the Center's exhibits and galleries after hours at this 21+ event for FREE! A cash bar and the Countdown Cafe will be open.
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On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education (“NHICE”) will screen To Kill a Mockingbird as part of a multi-year statewide program designed to foster conversations with the public on law, justice, and civics. The screening will take place from 5:30- 8:30 p.m.. Keene State College Student Centerin Keene, New Hampshire. There will be a break midway through the movie, and a light snack will be provided. The program was made possible with support from New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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Sunrise House will have 14 one-bedroom, one bath and two two-bedroom, two bath apartments on three floors. All will be air conditioned and accessible by an elevator. Each apartment will have a small kitchen and living room. More importantly, all will have oversized, roll-in showers to accommodate wheelchairs, and half the showers will be big enough for a wheelchair and a personal assistant.