Current Affairs

Digital Ad Campaign Running in Eight States Now Targets Senator Steve Daines and Senate Republicans to Remind Americans What’s at Stake in the Upcoming Election Read more →


NHTI - Concord's Community College will sponsor Professor Ann McClellan from Plymouth State University to present Storytelling in the Digital Age through a grant received from the New Hampshire Humanities' Humanities to Go series. Read more →


In today’s uncertain times, it’s increasingly difficult to know what’s true. The growth of social media, smart devices and online sources offer 24/7 connectivity and unprecedented access to a rapidly expanding sea of information. But with that access comes the threat of those who seek to deceive or trick us with misinformation. From false rumors and online hoaxes, to downright lies--what can we believe and who can we trust? Read more →


Last night at the Republican National Convention, Republicans continued to lie about their health care record, this time on protections for pre-existing conditions. In a speech, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany falsely claimed that President Trump “stands by Americans with pre-existing conditions. Read more →


As the Republican National Convention kicks off, Trump and his allies will be hard at work trying to deceive Americans about their persistent war on American health care. Health care is a top priority for voters in the upcoming election and Trump knows voters don’t support his attacks on the Affordable Care Act, including his lawsuit to completely overturn the law that will be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court one week after the election. If successful, this lawsuit will end protections for over 135 million Americans with pre-existing conditions and will cause another 23 million to lose health care coverage during an ever worsening pandemic. During the RNC, Trump and the Republicans will try to spin his disastrous actions to rip health care away from millions of Americans, but voters know his true record: Read more →


Concord, New Hampshire — Yesterday, Rep. Pappas along with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) along and some of their House colleagues introduced a resolution demanding that the Department of Justice defend the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in court and drop the lawsuit to repeal the health care law and protections relied on by millions of Americans as the nation faces the worsening coronavirus pandemic. Protect Our Care New Hampshire State Director Jayme Simoes issued the following statement in response:  Read more →


Office of Health Equity to discuss health disparities  in New Hampshire on Webinar this week Event presented by The Concord Chamber in partnership with Protect Our Care NH and Granite State Progress Read more →